Advertising statements such as "free" and "no credit card needed" imply that the product won't cost you dollars, but you will be paying with your data and personal information.
Are you unknowingly bombarding friends with random tweets with dark links? Sharing pictures and clickbait links on Instagram without your knowledge? Is your Facebook spontaneously liking pages?
Some seniors are good targets because they are trusting, uncomfortable with technology, and usually answer the phone rather than let a call go to voicemail.
For many Americans, the suggestion of having three to six months of savings in an emergency fund is daunting. As a new saver, you're probably wondering where should you start.
Almost two years ago Equifax announced a data breach that exposed the personal information of 147 million people. Now a recent settlement includes help for consumers impacted by the breach.
The new Medicare cards have a unique ID consisting of random numbers instead of Social Security Numbers. As a result, there has been a rise in scams as scammers try to steal these new numbers.
A loss of income can result from a job loss, pay cut, injury or illness. It's not something that many people want to think about. Here are some tips to help you prepare.
Scammers have found a new, sneaky way to use your personal details to steal your identity and your money. It’s called "SIM swapping", or perhaps better known as "porting."
Coronavirus is impacting all facets of life. There are some good charities out there helping. There are also scam charities popping up all the time.
Financial challenges can disrupting to your budget, especially if it’s tight. But what if your tight budget actually had more flexibility to accommodate these challenges?
Capital One does not believe that the information stolen has been used in fraud or was widely disseminated although they will continue to investigate.