Avoid 8 Summer Scams Targeting Your Wallet
Watch out for these wide-spread cons and take steps to protect yourself.
When traveling do you use the hotel's Wi-Fi? If so, you should think carefully before you use it on your next trip. Hackers are using security vulnerabilities in hotel Wi-Fi to steal passwords and other personal information.
Many consumers believe that their driving record is one of the primary factors used to determine the premium for their auto insurance. Unfortunately, that is not true for many people.
Do you have a wearable health or fitness tracker? Do you use health or fitness apps? Are you giving someone a fitness tracker or other gadget this holiday season? If you answered yes to any of these questions, read on.
Has this ever happened to you? You reserved a car at a great rate but discovered that the rate didn't include the mandatory charges and fees when you picked the car up.
As if the lack of privacy on social networks isn't bad enough, there is something else that may be worse. You could lose lots of money if you are caught in a "money-flipping" scam.
Life is filled with risks. You might fall off your skateboard and break an arm. Or, maybe you crash your car into a wall and it is no longer drivable. The idea of insurance (and/or insurance policies) is to lower, or take away, the risk of financial loss.
Fundraising appeals that are setup using crowd-funding sites are especially difficult to check out. While most of these have been setup with good intentions, there's no guarantee that the money will be used for the specified cause.
For many people, the arrival of spring means a thorough cleaning of their home. Spring cleaning is also a good way to get your digital home in order too.