Officials with police departments along the coast want you to be aware of this scam that can sound very convincing.
Steve Gibson says after paying over $600 for what he thought was malware protection, “Microsoft technicians” came back and demanded another …
Scam artists know that if they can fool you into giving them money one time, you’re likely to give them money again.
Vivint is a legitimate company, but folks say their salesmen are acting like scam artists.
Experts say scammers have gotten good at faking a check to the point that not even a bank teller can tell the difference.
Experts warn against taking calls from self-proclaimed “computer technicians” wanting to take control of your computer or laptop.
Be careful who you friend on Facebook—even if it looks like someone you know.
Many websites offer positive reviews for payment—but Amazon is looking to shut them down.
She decided to take matters into her own hands and has found a solution, without having to change her phone number.
Agencies like LifeLock can help protect your identity, but officials say you still have to work at making sure your identity isn’t stolen.
Authorities say beware of people sending you a check for more than the asking price for the item. Oftentimes the check is a fraud.
What started out as a prank app has now been taken over by scammers as one more way to fool you into giving up your personal information.
Scammers will turn old scams upside down to confuse you enough to give them your personal information.
Experts say there is no way to magically fix bad credit other than trying to get a lower interest rate on credit cards and paying off your b…
Most folks don’t know how quickly your credit score can plummet if a scammer gets control of your personal information.
She still doesn’t know how it happened, but she did know what to do next.
Most everyone has been a victim of a scam, but how do you go about reporting one?
Nine people from Mobile were recently arrested and charged for receiving thousands of dollars in unemployment benefits even after they found…
No power company, debt collector or government agency will ever demand that you pay them over the phone with a Green Dot card.
A local woman was conned out of thousands of dollars because she thought she knew the person she was talking to on Facebook.