You have one item in your possession that carries all the info a hacker would need to take advantage of you: your cell phone.
Tourists are easy targets for identity thieves because they know you’ll be carrying personal information and probably more cash than the average local.
Imagine opening your credit report and seeing lines of credit opened in your name that you aren’t aware of. This is the first warning sign of identity theft and should be taken very seriously.
Many people are looking forward to taking advantage of this new wave of at-home employment, and scammers have taken notice.
Every year after a hurricane makes landfall, scammers are always close behind.
Social media is meant to be a fun way to keep in touch with friends and family. You can share…
Our lives are intertwined with these mobile devices. This means that much of our personal information is also stored within.
Learning the red flags to look for could be the difference in finding love or finding turmoil.
You may have seen commercials advertising for home title protection, but is it something you should consider?
If you happen to come across a scam that is perfectly targeted toward you, it may be difficult to see through the ruse.