Headlines have been swirling around about federal student loans, the Supreme Court’s decision and repayments starting back up in October. Scammers tend to take advantage of big news like this, so keep these tips in mind if you see offers for repayment “help”:
It’s a big world of tech out there. What would we do without our phones, laptops and tablets? Unfortunately, scammers love what we have on there as much as we do – and try to steal it through malware (short for malicious software).
Searching for a new job is a rigorous process full of excitement, nerves and other emotions. Scammers love to target eager job hunters – especially college students – posting ads online just like real, legitimate companies would.
They say imitation is the best form of flattery, but not when it comes to identity theft! Here’s how to keep scammers from getting ahold of all those details that make you, YOU.
While online scams seem to be the thing these days, many fraudsters still like the old-fashioned way – through the mail. Read on to find out how to keep your checks (and your identity) out of the wrong hands.
The more you know, the more you say “No” to scammers. So we’re clearing up some common myths about fraud as part of our ongoing efforts to help you keep your money safe.