Beware of buyers on Craigslist who only want to pay for your item with a cashier's check, then overpay you for your items—they're trying to steal money from you.
If you receive a check in the mail from Publishers Clearing House from winning a sweepstake, don't celebrate just yet.
When selling items online, accepting a cashier's check for payment can be a risky business as scammers use fake cashier's checks to steal from you.
Facebook Marketplace may seem like the best place to find a deal, but it comes with the risk of being scammed by fraudsters with fake checks.
Scammers are sending fake Venmo emails to Facebook Marketplace sellers in an attempt to steal login information and money.
If you've received a locked debit card text message from Citibank, it's likely a scam. Don't click on the link and delete the text message.
If you receive a text message from Chase Bank, don't click on any links or call the phone number listed—it could be a scam designed to steal your information and money.
If you receive a text message from American Express, don't click on any links or call the phone number listed—it could be a scam designed to steal your information and money.
If you received an Amazon OTP text message out of the blue, it could be a sign that someone else is trying to log into your account.