The culprit tells the victim that an employee is stealing from their bank account and the bank needs the account owner’s help to stop it.The fraudster will then tell the victim the bank rec
Have one from a woman claiming that you’ve won a free vacation. She explains that you entered a raffle and you were selected as a winner and to call back as soon as possible. Could this be true? You
Be alert to the fact that scams exist. When dealing with uninvited contacts from people or businesses, whether it's over the phone, by mail, email, in person or on a social networking site, always con
If you suspect that you may be a target of fraud, or if you have already sent funds, don't be embarrassed - you're not alone. If you want to report a fraud, or if you need more information, contact Th
1. Most phone service providers have their own security policies in place to help protect your data; examples include a secret question or a personal PIN for your account. It’s always worth checking
The following describes the recent 5 most common mobile fraud. They always have horrible timing too, calling at the most inconvenient moment, like when your family is about to sit down for dinner.
Use caution when asked to use a specific payment method. The IRS would not require a specific payment method such as a MoneyPak card or wire transfer. If you feel threatened, contact your local police