I’ve investigated this type of fraud in three different decades. It keeps getting worse. (pic courtesy WMCActionNews5.com, my investigation 2013)
One ring and this scam’s got you if you call back. (photo courtesy Niek Verlaan from Pixabay)
They’re already stalking door-to-door. Here’s how to tell the legitimate workers from the fakes. (Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay)
We’re shopping online more than ever, some for the first time. Many of you are doing it wrong. WAY wrong.
First, it was seniors. Now scam artists are using the pandemic to snag college students seeking financial aid.
You knew it would happen, especially when Washington is considering emergency checks for citizens as part of the stimulus package. Here’s how to spot the fakes.
To commemorate National Consumer Protection Week (March 1-7), the National Consumer League’s Fraud.org breaks down the worst offenders.
Embrace mobile payment apps. They’re wonderful. Just let me help you avoid the scams.