Bravo’s _Dirty John _just premiered on November 25, and it’s already got people buzzing. The show, adapted from the popular true crime podcast of the same name, is a fictionalized version of the very real story of Debra Newell, a wealthy divorcee who fell for a seemingly perfect man with a troubling past.
The holiday season is known by many to be the most wonderful time of the year. Unfortunately, this is especially true for scammers. Emotions are high, generosity is flourishing, and criminals are relentless.
As the holiday season approaches this year, you might be feeling a bit wary of using your credit or debit card at certain retailers who have had data breaches in the past.
Most people have heard of the dark web, but many don’t fully understand what it is, how information gets there, or how to access it.
Summer is a time for sunshine, relaxation, and fun family getaways. Unfortunately, it’s also the prime season for vacation scammers. Fraudsters are always looking to take advantage of unsuspecting vacationers eager to get a “good deal” on their travel plans, especially during the summer months.
We’ve all been there: One person is romantically interested in another, and the object of their desire wants nothing to do with them. Being on the “rejected” side of this equation can sting, but it’s not always better to be the one who’s pursued.
It’s the new year and your online dating profile is looking good. You’re already having some interesting conversations with potential love interests online. At some point, there’s going to be the first date.
Serial killers. They’ve all been someone’s friend, teacher or neighbor. Even realtor. Yes, in a current ongoing investigation, a South Carolina real estate agent is believed by officials to have killed at least seven people.