Do You Know These 8 Coronavirus Scams and Myths?
Crisis and disaster headlines typically generate misinformation and scammers try to take advantage of the situation. The novel coronavirus is no different.
It's great to have so many choices, but how much is it costing you? Could you save money by choosing different options? Review your options using these tips.
A VPN creates a secure connection between you and the internet. If you install a VPN client, and connect to the internet, all your internet traffic will be sent through an encrypted virtual tunnel.
There are several downsides to online purchases, even when it's Amazon—and these apply doubly to those tempting pop-up shops you've never heard of that show up in your Facebook and Instagram feed.
Advertising statements such as "free" and "no credit card needed" imply that the product won't cost you dollars, but you will be paying with your data and personal information.
Are you unknowingly bombarding friends with random tweets with dark links? Sharing pictures and clickbait links on Instagram without your knowledge? Is your Facebook spontaneously liking pages?
Are you on a messenger platform or program? Like WhatsApp, Viber, WeChat and the like? Are you aware of how many scams are happening on these platforms? Learn more...
For many Americans, the suggestion of having three to six months of savings in an emergency fund is daunting. As a new saver, you're probably wondering where should you start.
The new Medicare cards have a unique ID consisting of random numbers instead of Social Security Numbers. As a result, there has been a rise in scams as scammers try to steal these new numbers.