Robocallers are a frustrating annoyance in which computer-generated callers can attempt to steal your personal information and money. Learn how apps, smartphone subscriptions, and due diligence can help prevent robocalls in 2019.
The whaling email scam, which targets high-level executives, is an attempt to steal money from businesses by scammers pretending to be the company’s top brass. Here’s how to protect your company from whaling attacks.
Before heading back to school for the year, be sure to learn about some of the most common scams and how you can keep yourself and your family safe.
Storms, tornadoes, floods, wildfires and other natural disasters are enabling scammers to rob innocent victims. Learn about the inner workings of natural disaster scams and ways to avoid them.
In this article, we’ll help you understand which data Facebook gathers about you, what they do with it (and why), and how you can limit the flood of information.
Whatever the reason, there are times when you might want to kill one or more of your social media accounts. But it turns out that it isn’t always easy to do. In this guide, we’ll show how to permanently delete your Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Google+ accounts.
TurboTax, TaxAct, Tax Slayer and H&R Block are four of the most popular online tax software companies. We break down their prices, features and more in our guide.
The text message scams involve an unwanted or unexpected text sent by cyber criminals attempting to steal your personal information. Learn the inner workings of this SMS phishing attack to avoid falling victim.
Scammers sending e-cards this holiday season could compromise your personal computer by enticing you to open a link. Learn more about the e-card scam to avoid falling victim.
The holiday season is a time when scammers target victims looking to make a little extra money. Avoid holiday job scams by knowing the warning signs.
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