Scammers are impersonating government departments in an attempt to steal your information in this new COVID-19 scam.
Scammers impersonate well-known banks, such as Citibank and Chase, to trick you into giving up your sensitive information—learn how to beat these scams.
The Tinder safe dating scam tricks users into giving up their credit card info to verify their profiles and leads to auto-enrollment in monthly subscription-based porn sites.
A call from your bank isn't always legitimate—imposters pretend to represent your bank to steal your information and money.
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.
Arm yourself with information on how this scam works and the red flags to watch out for to protect your bank account from these thieves.
Scammers use fear tactics and impersonate law enforcement to trick you into sending them money but armed with the right knowledge, you can beat them.
Scammers have turned their phishing attempts to members or credit unions by sending out fake emails hoping to get their hands on valuable personal data.
Don't trust anyone who asks for payment via eBay gift cards, even if they claim they are from a legitimate company or government agency.
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.
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.
The ultimate goal of scams is to steal your money, so it's common for thieves to impersonate your bank or credit union. So, how do you tell who's really contacting you?
With more than 2 million fake websites online, it's important to report any you come across to help the authorities shut them down and protect others from falling for scams.
It's estimated that $13 billion is lost each year to identity thieves. Knowing how to recover is important to minimize your losses and get your life back on track.
Sometimes it just safer not to pick up calls from unknown phone numbers.
This case shows just why you need to be aware of SIM swapping and how to protect your cell phone number from criminals like this.
After a 3-year long scam, Angela Mirabella and six others have been indicted on several charges, including grand theft.
Taking a chance on a fake COVID-19 vaccination card seems like an easy way to get around requirements, but think again before you land yourself in prison.
Nike is taking a stand against counterfeiters and stopping fake products before they hit U.S. soil.