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Tired of calls from strangers? Take back control of your telephone!
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Phishing scams are targeting the workplace!
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Special Press Release from Attorney General Kamala D. Harris
scammers get your information, you could face identity theft and benefit theft.
So here are a few things you can do to help protect yourself.
Your phone rings. You recognize the number, but when you pick up, it’s someone else. What’s the deal?
The market may have recovered, but scammers are still on the prowl!
Callers are trying to scam you into paying a non-existent tax!
Identity theft can happen via your mobile phone! Protect yourself!
Summer is a popular time for traveling, vacations, and moves to new houses and apartments. Beware of scammers!
Remodeling, repairing, or getting home maintenance done? Read this first!
The FTC is concerned about false claims!
Felony charges have been announced against the former attorney alleging Brooks stole over $100,000 from 14 clients.
New scam targets people with the Affordable Care Act.
Tips on staying safe this Holiday season!
Take care of your health... and your wallet!
If it's too good to be true, it probably is
Anyone can set up an online shop. Read this article before you check out!
Never give out solicited information to an unknown party.
No crime is beyond the reach of scammers
Here's a hint: Don't Say "Yes"
Are you a victim? You may be eligible for the Western Union Wire Fraud Refund.
No. Just, no.