What Is Formjacking? How Cyber Criminals Hit Online Shopping Sites
Fraudsters have figured out ways to hijack forms consumers fill out online — information such as name, address and credit card — when you sign up or pay for things online.
What Is Caller ID Spoofing? How Fraudsters, Marketers Fake Call Locale
When you get an unknown number from a familiar area code, you may be more likely to pick up. But new technology has made it simple for fraudsters and marketers to fake call location.
What Are Facebook Scams: How to Protect Yourself From Fraud
A leader in social media, Facebook has become a common hunting ground for fraudsters. Beware of fraudulent friend requests and marketplace and messenger scams.
Hello, You Are Being Sued: Fake Lawsuit Phone Calls
Maybe it's a call supposedly from the U.S. Marshals saying you skipped jury duty, or the IRS giving you final notice of a civil action. Beware of these fake lawsuit phone scams.
How to Find Out If Someone Is in Jail
Looking for a friend or relative, and think they may be incarcerated? Here's how you can find out.
Victim of Porch Pirates? What to Do When Packages Are Stolen
Porch pirates are busy year-round but especially during the holidays, as more gifts arrive at your door. What to do when your package is stolen from your porch.
Biggest Data Breach Settlements: Equifax, Experian, Anthem, Target
The Equifax data breach settlement was the biggest in history, but it wasn't the first (nor expect it to be the last). Here are the top data breach settlements.