The popularity of social networking continues to grow among kids. Social networking sites can provide a secure way for kids to connect with each other, but they can also be exploited for any number of nefarious purposes.
Better Business Bureau warns that a new scam is fraudulently using the organization’s name in order to steal tens of thousands of dollars from victims who are led to believe they have won a lottery.
Credit card holders can circle February 22 on their calendar as the day when new consumer protections laid out in the Credit Card Accountability Responsibility and Disclosure Act of 2009 kick in.
Online banking has made it easier and more convenient to manage business finances, but it also provides an opportunity for hackers to gain access to business accounts with the goal of making unauthorized money transfers.
Protecting your identity is important and with Wi-Fi networks popping up nearly everywhere, many consumers don't realize the dangers that come with using a Wi-Fi connection that is not their own.
Consumers who owe money or are behind on their bills may be legitimately contacted by debt collectors to pay off debts.
The Better Business Bureau is warning consumers to be wary of free trial offers for e-cigarettes.
The Better Business Bureau today released a list of the top 10 scams and rip-offs of 2010.
Losing weight is one of the most common New Year’s resolutions after the gluttony of the holiday season. If you’re pledging to lose some pounds this year by joining a gym, the Better Business Bureau recommends asking ten questions before signing on the dotted line.
Enrollment at for-profit schools—including trade schools and online universities—has skyrocketed in recent years.