Skimming is now a $1 billion-a-year criminal activity. Don't let it happen to you.
The question remains whether recipients -- who have already been scammed -- will think the refund checks are fraudulent and toss them.
In the US alone, more than 74 million people were victims of some form of cybercrime last year, leading to $32 billion in direct financial losses.
The cards' features make them attractive to those who want to move large sums of money without detection.
If some guy on a street corner tries to sell you a cheap iPad, please think twice.
The suspects were arrested. But the fact is, you don't need to live on the East Coast to become the victim of hurricane scams.
In some situations, using a debit card can expose you to fraud or identity theft.
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