Online marketplaces may offer you opportunities to find some great deals—but they offer scammers just as much of a chance to score.
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.
You may think you're being invited to an honor society, but you could be the target of a nationwide scam aimed at students.
Facebook Marketplace may seem like the best place to find a deal, but it comes with the risk of being scammed by scammers with fake checks.
Stay cautious when you receive unexpected text messages or emails from FedEx—they could be fake messages being sent from scammers in an attempt to steal your info and money.
Fabulous wealth and life-changing prizes aren't always what's to be expected after receiving a call from PCH—it could just be a scam to steal your information and money.
If you receive a call from Amazon about suspicious activity on your account, it's likely a scam, and you should hang up immediately.
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.
Although it may be difficult to spot fake Levi's at first, there are several things to look for that will clue you in before you buy.