October is Cyber-Security Awareness Month and while you may think you’re smart enough to spot a scam, someone in your family is not. No matter a person’s age, scammers will often succeed in tricking victims into sharing information or clicking a link.
A scam that originated when you may have still owned a flip phone is surging. “Smishing” is a text messaging scam that attempts to trick you into sharing accounts or personal information.
The Better Business Bureau is warning people who want to send money to relief efforts in the Surfside condominium collapse that scammers are trying to intercept their donations.
2020 was not a good year for dating. Once the coronavirus pandemic began and people stayed in their homes 24/7, they began looking for love or companionship online. That made for a perfect storm for scammers using romance as a weapon. There’s no shortage of dating or romance websites, there are hundreds of dating or hook-up apps in the Apple…