If you’re booking a car online, you’ve got to be very careful or risk becoming a victim.
One of the fastest growing arenas for scams happens to be social media. Almost everyone uses some form of social media and scammers are looking to take advantage in anyway they can.
Other than your Social Security number, your driver’s license number is the last number you’d want to fall into the hands of a thief.
As sad as it is, there are fraudulent “charities” who wish to use the military, veterans and first responders for their own profit.
There are no exceptions to this rule. If you wish to receive the vaccine, you will not have to pay a dime.
Due to the circumstances, the three major credit bureaus (Experian, TransUnion and Equifax) are providing Americans with free weekly credit reports during COVID.
Concerns about health, money, job security and the future have been in the forefront of our minds. Another that stems from the pandemic is a widespread scam involving unemployment benefits.
Identity Theft Awareness Week 2021 is February 1st through 5th. Brought to you be the Federal Trade Commission.
Thieves are taking advantage of those in need by pretending to be a helping hand. In actuality, they are driving the knife in deeper.
As we use social media more and more, so are scammers. Learn how to avoid becoming a victim of a scam.