Planning to travel? Better keep some of those details to yourself.
This particular phishing scam dangles a free gift in front of anyone who clicks the link in the spam text message. Don’t fall for it.
‘Phishing’ has become a catch-all term for basically any internet scam. When it was coined in the ’90s, that wasn’t the case.
A growing number of people are getting requests to complete a post-vaccination 'survey,' which is really just an excuse to gather personal information.
The Better Business Bureau is warning of a new Netflix phishing scam promising recipients a free one-year subscription over text message.
According to the Federal Trade Commission, these mysterious masks could be part of a “brushing” scam.
Government stimulus checks are on the way, but the IRS and Treasury Department won't be texting or calling you about them. Only scammers will.
Some phishing emails look like they’re being sent from the WHO, the CDC, or even your own HR department.
The text message is duping smartphone users into thinking they have a package notification. The only thing being delivered is a scam.
Some of the most infamous scams in history have been Ponzi schemes. But before Bernie Madoff, there was Charles Ponzi himself.
If you've gotten into the habit of abbreviating dates when signing legal documents, consider changing it in 2020.
Gas pump card readers are less secure, and now criminals are using a new phishing scheme to hack the devices and commit fraud.
“While we love our fans and our members,” Costco said in a post, “this offer is a SCAM, and in no way affiliated with Costco.”
If you get a call from someone claiming to be your bank, you should always be cautious. Here are some tactics one new phone scam uses to trick people.
Scam calls have gotten more creative, and it can be hard to keep track of what's out there. The FCC's scam glossary compiles all the terms and tactics you need to know.