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Gift-giving can be fun and personally satisfying or a time of great stress and anxiety. Decisions on gifts, budget concerns, and time crunches can ruin your holiday spirit.
We've heard this piece of advice too many times to count. But it bears repeating. Don't give out personal information. Your trusted financial institutions, government agencies, and credit card companies will not reach out to you to ask for account information or social security numbers.
Identity theft and online scams are becoming more prevalent. As a result, consumers need to remain vigilant of the personal information shared and stored via online accounts.
Identity theft criminals are always crafting new ways to tap into the financial resources of others. That's not going to change, even with a COVID vaccine. Earlier this year, my husband received a letter regarding an unemployment claim filed in his name.
Nine million Americans are victims of identity theft each year, are you one of them? Find out which online activity creates the highest risk for identity theft and what you can do to protect yourself and your data.
The popularity of mobile payment apps is on the rise, and it’s never been easier and more convenient to repay that friend or co-worker you owe money. But with that convenience also comes some risk. If you’re using an app to complete a peer-to-peer transaction, are you sure your personal information is secure and private?
Are you a victim of the Equifax hack? Here’s what happened and what you should do if your information was compromised.
Cyber attacks on the Democratic National Committee and Yahoo have made headlines recently. In both cases, emails were hacked and important personal ...
Without a doubt technology has made all of our lives easier. However, this increased use of technology gives hackers and thieves new ways to steal your personal information—without even breaking into your home!
The 2016 presidential election has been far from boring! One of the most attention-grabbing events involved the 20,000 private emails between members of the Democratic National Committee that were exposed to the public.
Five million! That’s the number of financial fraud cases perpetrated against seniors in the United States each year according to a recent study by Consumers Digest.
Anthem recently announced that the personal information of 80 million insured individuals had been compromised. The cyber thieves have both financial and medical identification data.