Scams

The “opportunities” pitched at seminars usually don't live up to the hype. Take your time, ask questions, and listen carefully to the answers before you consider an investment.

When you’re investing, remember the higher the potential profits, the higher your risk.

Scammers based in Jamaica are contacting people in the U.S., claiming they’ve won a sweepstakes or foreign lottery, and urging them to send money to claim their winnings. 

Here’s how to tell whether a job lead may be a scam.

Looking for a job? Job scammers are looking for you. Here are tips to help you recognize job scams.

Federal law limits your liability if your credit, ATM, or debit card is lost or stolen, but your liability may depend on how quickly you report the loss or theft.

Financially strapped homeowners often are targeted to participate in lawsuits against their lenders, but this can put them further behind.

Medical discount plans are different from health insurance, but scam artists often try to blur the lines.

Cure-alls tend to cure nothing, but that doesn’t mean they’re safe.

Here’s what to do if someone uses your checking account.

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