Florida AG Shuts Down Telemarketing And Credit Reduction Scam The Federal Trade Commission and the Florida Attorney General recently announced that they had received a temporary order shuttering an Orlando based credit card interest rate reduction telemarketing scam and freezing assets. The FTC and the Florida Attorney General are pursuing both a permanent closure [...]
Top 6 Ways to Avoid Coronavirus Scammers from Ruining Your Credit COVID-19 has caused global uncertainty and disruption, with an unprecedented effect on daily living. As people are dealing with the fear of health and income concerns, they are turning to federal and state governments for the support and aid that is needed in these [...]
In order to protect themselves, here are a few important things that fraud victims in California should know about reload scams and sucker lists.
How Illinois Consumers Can Avoid Online Dating Scams that Lead to Identity Theft this Valentine’s Day
This Valentine’s Day, a lot of Illinois consumers will look for romance online. In fact, for a lot of singles – of all ages – in Illinois, online dating apps are the preferred means for meeting new people. Unfortunately, though, along with that special someone, scammers are out there and waiting to pounce. Knowing that [...]
Minnesota consumers should protect their finances and credit scores this holiday season by taking measures against these popular holiday scams.
Why California Consumers Should be On the Lookout for Credit Card Scammers Disguised as Delivery Personnel this Holiday Season
This holiday season, California consumers should be on the lookout for credit card scammers disguised as delivery personnel. Don’t get scammed.
There are a lot of issues that have emerged from the Equifax data breach, including scammers capitalizing on consumer fear in Minnesota.