Fake debt collectors called from India and ripped off millions from consumers nationwide, the FTC said. The perps were fined and shut down.
Doctors and other medical workers are among the first to notice signs of elder abuse and fraud, according to a recent survey. Another reason to listen to the doctor.
The FTC says a business that claimed to expedite loans actually used information provided online to raid thousands of victims' bank accounts, to the tune of $5 million.
Better Business Bureau issues warning about widespread fake subscription renewal scam after the New York Times and Wall Street Journal complain.
No, your debit card is NOT the same thing as your credit card. For one, it doesn't afford the same protections in the case of fraudulent charges.
A year later, scammers are still selling cars that were damaged in Hurricane Sandy, according to the Federal Trade Commission. Here's what to watch out for.
Get a call about missing jury duty? Don't fall for it -- and certainly don't pay out! It's a scam that is making the rounds, experts warn.
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