You can fight scammers who order big-ticket items from your Amazon account with a one-time password that stops them from receiving the item.
Reading product descriptions when shopping on eBay is crucial, as scammers often hide important information in them that could make you think twice about buying.
Buying a car on OfferUp may be a cheaper option, but it doesn't come without risks.
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.
When buying on eBay always read the product description carefully. Scammers are using deceptive tactics to trick you into paying for an empty box.
Don't fall victim to eBay Motors scams. Know the red flags, such as not being able to see the car in person first, a pushy seller, or a strange payment method.
Received an Amazon package that you didn't order? Check your account—scammers could be posting fake reviews on your behalf.
This scam starts with a recorded message about an early (or unwanted) Amazon Prime renewal. To 'cancel' you will unknowingly be transferred to a scammer impersonating 'Amazon.'
Scammers are sending convincing emails, posing as shipping companies and online shopping sites, in order to collect your personal information.
If you receive a text message from your cell phone provider containing a link to a "little gift," don't click on it—it's a scam!
The great thing about using PayPal when buying or selling things is that you're (for the most part) protected from fraud and scammers.
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.
Scammers and hackers are everywhere online, but that doesn't mean we need to disconnect. These tips will help you stay safe online.
AirPods are one of the hottest products out there, with everyone clamoring to get their hands on a pair—and scammers know it.
The U.S. saw a massive 45% increase from 2019 to 2020 in reports of fraud, scams, and identity theft and a 1,400% increase in 20 years from 2001.
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.
Sometimes it just safer not to pick up calls from unknown phone numbers.
Nike is taking a stand against counterfeiters and stopping fake products before they hit U.S. soil.