Seniors aren’t fooled by fraudsters as often as you might expect, but when they are, they lose big. Here’s what you need to know.
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Imposter scams have surged past identity theft to become the most common form of fraud.
Scams are on the rise by third-party sellers on Amazon. Here’s how to spot them.
More than half of security breaches of patient information are caused by internal negligence at healthcare providers.
Your own car or a rental car may be storing information about you that can be stolen and used against you.
Robocallers are out of control, but here’s how you can defeat them
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Two new rules are meant to help your broker identify and block fraud and scams that can drain your assets.
Tax scams involving fraudulent tax refunds aren't new. But this devious new twist can outwit IRS safeguards.
Not too far from our Bottom Line offices, a woman in her late 70s walked into a local bank branch.…
Thieves impersonating real-estate title companies are scamming home buyers out of their entire down payments.
Hackers are hijacking smartphone numbers as a way to gain control of financial and social media accounts.
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