It may be hard to believe, but there just might be a feeling worse than that of being the victim of a scam: sitting on the sidelines while someone you care about is victimized.
Unfortunately, with Memorial Day fast approaching, scammers are out in full force to commit fraud surrounding veterans and military service.
The government is making some much-needed changes to Medicare over the course of the next couple years, and it’s important that stakeholders get the word out now in order to prevent scams and fraud.
With the power of social media and internet retailing, it’s easier than ever to find the right gift for anyone on your list.
For years, hackers have relied on emailed attachments, Word docs, and hyperlinks to coerce their victims into installing malicious software. Now, a new threat is circulating widely online, one that relies on a common tool to encourage you to click: Google Docs.
When it comes to scams and fraud, there is no single demographic of victims that criminals consider “off limits.”
Warmer weather and longer days can easily turn your thoughts to vacation and travel, but you’re not the only one thinking in that direction. For every would-be traveler sitting down to make some plans, there are scammers making plans of their own, plans to get your money, your personal data, or both.