Consumer Fraud

  1. 13.1 million people experienced identity fraud in 2013, according to Javelin Strategy and Research’s 2014 Identity Fraud Study.

    Are You A Target For Identity Thieves?

    The Americans at highest risk for identity theft and identity fraud aren't the ones ...
  2. Identity thieves have many ways to steal and abuse your personal and financial data.

    Avoid Becoming An Identity Thief's Next Victim

    Use these 7 techniques to keep yourself under the radar and out of the way of identity ...
  3. Consumer Protection Laws You Need To Know

    Knowing these which consumer protection law can help you in particular situations ...
  4. Credit Scams To Watch Out For

    More than 30 million people were victims of fraud in 2007. Will you be next?
  5. What You Need To Know About Insurance Fraud

    Insurance fraud is as old as commerce. Discover the types of life insurance fraud ...
  6. Identity Theft: How To Avoid It

    Don't be a victim of this disturbing crime. Get insight into how perpetrators commit ...
  1. What is the difference between an in-store and an online payday loan?

    Learn important differences between online and in-store payday loan companies. Explore different charges made by companies ...
  2. What are the most common scams regarding Social Security benefits?

    Learn about some of the most common Social Security scams that occur by phone, email and direct mail, and how to recognize ...
  3. Am I responsible for fraudulent charges on my credit card?

    In the event that your credit card is stolen in the United States, federal law limits the liability of card holders to $5 ...
  4. What is a "phishing scam" and how can they be avoided?

    The term phishing (as in fishing for confidential information) refers to a scam that fraudulently obtains and uses an individual's ...
  1. 6 Red Flags Of A Financial Scam

    If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Don't miss these signs of a money ...
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