Since the Affordable Healthcare Act was passed, fraudsters have been taking advantage of unsuspecting victims. Learn how to protect yourself from scams.
Your personal information is easily accessible through our mobile devices, so brush up on these mobile security tips to keep your information safe.
Credit repair scams are more common than you think. Learn how to identify a potential credit repair scam and avoid being taken advantage of.
Fake debt collectors are skilled at using a little information to get more information, and money, from you. Learn how to recognize and handle a fake debt collector.
Protect yourself from tax ID theft by filing your taxes early, shredding old documents, or even filing electronically over a secure connection.
IRS imposter scams involve IRS imposters contacting you and claiming you owe the IRS money. Learn how to avoid these scams and deal with the IRS directly.
ID theft is still common. Here are some easy identity theft protection tips to keep in mind when shopping in stores and online during the holidays.
Low-tech fraud is on the rise, even in the digital era. Don't forget to protect yourself and your loved ones from non-digital identity theft.
If your identity has been stolen, there are resources and agencies available to help you file necessary claims and curb additional damages.