The Federal Trade Commission is warning consumers about a new scam called card-cracking, which involves turning over your bank account information, PIN number or online banking credentials to crooks.
A U.S. district court today prohibited Jason Abraham and his company, Brooklyn-based Instant Response Systems, from calling elderly consumers and bullying or tricking them into paying for unordered medical alert devices.
While being on the FTC’s National Do Not Call Registry may not stop telemarketers from calling you, it’s still worthwhile to put your cell, VOIP and land lines on the list.
The FTC has taken action against two car dealership chains for deceptively advertising the costs of buying and leasing cars.
The search engine company has agreed to refund at least $19 million for in-app purchases on Android phones and tablets that kids made without their parents’ permission.
The Federal Trade Commission has taken one step closer to changing its rules for used car sales to further protect consumers.
The agencies allege two groups used phony payday loans to access consumer bank accounts.
The FTC is raising awareness that those serving our country need to also be wary in guarding their finances.
More than one-third of all identity theft happens to people older than 50. Here are simple but effective ways to avoid it.
Homeowners who fell for a mortgage relief scam could get a share of a $3.6 million settlement.