Credit card fraud is a massive problem. And with all the recent data breaches it's getting worse.
I think we all assume the companies that issue credit cards will do everything possible to prevent and detect the fraudulent use of that card.
You feel lousy. Maybe it's a bad cold; maybe it’s the flu. If you go to the doctor, you expect to get something to make you feel better, like a prescription for antibiotics.
When your cell phone rings and you miss the call, there's a good chance you'll call back to see who it was. Con artists hope to use this curiosity to cram unauthorized charges onto your bill.
You just assume that your dog misses you when you leave the house. And you probably assume your cat could care less.
Well get this – some cats do get separation anxiety.
Can a $13 light solve the problem of dark closets or dim stairways at your house?
A new product called "Light Angel" claims to light up the way.
With personal information tied to virtually every wireless move we make- our privacy faces increased risk to hackers, thieves, careless employees, and lax data protection.
As we get older we tend to become more vulnerable to fraud. Con artist know this, which is why they often target seniors.
"A lot of these folks are isolated and lonely and this is the only person calling." said Doug Shadel with AARP Washington.
Tax season has started and you need someone to do your return. Take the time to make the right choice. You want to make sure that company or individual is qualified to do your taxes.
The one-size-fits-all mannequin is getting a much-needed makeover. Stores are using more realistic versions of the usually tall, svelte, faceless mannequins in windows and aisles. It's part of retailers' efforts to make them look more like the women who wear their clothes.
American shoppers say they are very concerned about the safety of their personal information following a massive security breach at Target, but many aren't taking steps to ensure their data is more secure, says a new Associated Press--GfK Poll.
A super bowl win will really spike the value of many of the players. And when a player's value goes up, so can the value of many items connected to that player's name. But when you start talking about sports collectibles, be careful. Sports memorabilia as an investment is tricky business- regardless of the sport.
Do you know the warning signs of identity theft? You really should, because if you spot a problem early it's often easier to solve.
Neiman Marcus says that a security breach last year may have affected about 1.1 million cards.
The promoters spend a lot of time marveling about how well Roto Punch adds holes "instantly" to items such as belts, purse straps and pet collars. They make it look like a snap. But when I tried it, punching a new hole in a thick leather belt was no where near as "instant" as in the commercial.
Heads-up cell phone users. Scammers have cooked up yet another phone scam to try to rip you off. It's not a robocall. It's not a sales pitch. In fact, with this scam when the phone rings, there's no one on the line.