The FTC has again cracked down on car dealers and businesses associated with financing or leasing a car, resulting in six new cases.
Medicare cards with Social Security numbers on them encourage fraud. It’s time for Congress to fix that.
Protect yourself by ignoring suspicious links, keeping unique passwords across accounts and monitoring bank statements regularly.
A California woman is charged with insurance fraud over her claim that she suffered burns from McDonald’s coffee.
The next debit card you get will probably have a little golden chip in it, and that’s a good thing.
Chase admitted yesterday that data from 76 million households and 7 million businesses were compromised by hackers.
As more consumers ditch checking accounts in favor of prepaid cards, some fraudsters are targeting cardholders in online scams. A recent New York Times story by Matthew Goldstein highlights that one particular financial product seems to have become the focus of regulators. It’s called MoneyPak, and it’s known as a “cash top-up card.” Rather than working
The FTC is raising awareness that those serving our country need to also be wary in guarding their finances.
The agency will no longer send printed benefit letters through postal mail.
Being a good Samaritan can be difficult, as Bankrate’s Jessica Patel found out recently. After finding a lost debit card on the subway, editor Patel called the number on the back to report it as lost. But rather than a quick phone call, she found herself facing Chase Bank’s automated phone system, which did not