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.
While many worry about identity thieves and fraudsters getting their personal info, others freely -- and unknowingly -- share it with the world via their mobile devices, a study says.
Your dishwasher or pacemaker may seem innocent, but both could be used gather information about you and your daily life.
Group asks for federal investigation into 'educational' baby apps.
When back-to-school season starts setting in, scammers and identity thieves know the young are easy targets. Here are tips to protect your kids.
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Yet again, auto complaints head the Consumer Federation of America's list of top consumer grievances.
If you owe the IRS money, ads claiming that you can get the debt forgiven can be tempting. But be careful: Many make it seem as if you're dealing with the government when you're not.
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