Scammers across the country are targeting businesses with a simple letter in the mail. In some cases, people are falling for it.
Answer your phone, open your e-mails and the scams find you!
Here are some ways to spot a malicious email just in case your spam filter doesn’t catch it.
Attorney General Healey’s office has joined the battle to protect against fraud and will be holding informational meetings around the state all week.
If you think you’ve found a good deal but you aren’t familiar with the company, check it out online using search words like “review,” “complaint,” or “scam.”
This is the beginning of National Consumers Protection Week, a national campaign to help consumers make better-informed decisions and avoid being scammed.
The anti-virus software company McAfee released its list of 12 holiday scams.
Scammers will call or send messages pretending to be a grandchild begging the grandparent to wire money immediately.
According to the latest AARP Bulletin there are many scams that occur between October 15th and December 7th which is the Medicare Open Enrollment period.
We get smartphones and scammers somehow figure out how to outsmart us and our smartphones.