If it's time to renew your TSA PreCheck membership, visit the TSA website directly versus clicking a link in an email—a new scam is underway targeting PreCheck members.
Scammers are impersonating government departments in an attempt to steal your information in this new COVID-19 scam.
A promise of a large sum of money in return for a fee should raise some red flags—more often than not, it's a scam.
If anyone asks for payment via Amazon gift cards, it's likely a scam, especially if it's someone claiming to be from a government agency.
Whether it's the IRS, Social Security office, or a relative, be careful with anyone asking for payment via an Apple gift card—it's likely a scam.
Beating this scam is simple—don't pay for anything using gift cards and don't give anyone you don't know or trust your gift card information.
As unemployment claims rose higher than ever in 2020, so did cases of unemployment identity theft.
If you receive a letter from the SSA or IRS, be sure to check for red flags of a scam before you send back any information—it could be a phishing attempt.
Not every phone call from a government agency is legit, in fact, the majority of calls that have a "Social Security Administration" caller ID are actually from scammers.
When a government official contacts you, you tend to take it seriously. But beware, imposters are everywhere and trying to steal your information.
With every Facebook Messenger scam, the attacker is trying to steal from you—whether they’re after money, login credentials, or other personal information.
CIA impersonators use a number of methods to trick victims, but with the right knowledge, you can avoid protect yourself from getting scammed.
Scammers pretend to be the IRS, tricking you into giving them your private information or money, but you can beat these scams if you know what to look for.
If you get a call from a DEA agent requesting payment for a fine, hang up—this is a scam. Knowing the red flags and how these scams work can help keep your money safe.
Don't always trust someone with a badge—if something seems a little off, take the proper steps to protect yourself.
Sometimes it just safer not to pick up calls from unknown phone numbers.
After enrolling in a fake university set up by ICE, students who lost millions of dollars are to be disappointed by the U.S. government yet again.
Government authorities warn of a new scam targeting licensed professionals that has left others penniless.
Fake Gucci, Chanel, and Louis Vuitton handbags and clothing were just some of the items found in a large shipment of counterfeit goods coming in from China.
Robinhood's latest data breach of 5 million email addresses means that Robinhood users are about to encounter a wave of phishing attempts.