When booking your next travel destination via Airbnb, be sure to always pay using the site's online system, or you could be scammed out of your money.
If your Uber driver is a no-show, be sure you follow up and make sure you're not charged a cancellation fee—you could be falling into a scammer's trap.
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.
Before you settle into your Airbnb, take as many photos and videos of it first—it could save you a lot of money and hassle in the future.
You may think you're being invited to an honor society, but you could be the target of a nationwide scam aimed at students.
Scammers are targeting workplaces by impersonating Slack and sending persuasive emails to trick you into giving up your login credentials.
Beware of fake USPS text messages that claim your address doesn’t match your zip code—it’s a scam to steal your Amazon login credentials.
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.
FedEx is warning customers of a fake text alert going around regarding an issue with a delivery. Learn how to avoid this tricky scam.