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.
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.
Cheap iPhone chargers that aren't the real deal from Apple may seem like the best option, but there are risks involved for you and your iPhone.
If your new EV qualifies for a government tax rebate, you may be eligible for a federal income tax credit of up to $7,500.
If you're worried about accidentally buying a pair of fake Air Forces, buying some from the Nike store (whether online or at a store) is your best bet.
Buying a pair of Samsung Galaxy Buds from somewhere other than Samsung directly may be a cheaper route, but it's not always the better route.
Nike is one of the biggest brands targeted by counterfeiters and scammers—be extra careful with Nike products from non-official retailers as you could end up with a fake.
You may think that that Truist have sent you a text alert about your account. Here's how to check if it is actually a scam.
Venmo users are noticing suspicious emails hitting their inboxes with claims of a large sum of money waiting to be transferred by a PayPal user.
To use a prepaid Visa gift card on Amazon, you'll need to go around the system since the online retailer makes it a bit tricky. But it is possible.