More consumers are using virtual currency, which could spell trouble for the banking industry.
For $20 per year, a new prepaid card will help protect seniors from scams.
Amid its recent troubles, the Internal Revenue Service has had some successes, including its efforts to combat tax-related identity theft.
An attempted fraudulent charity bid underscores how hard it is to make large purchases on stolen cards.
When it comes to identity thieves vs. the Internal Revenue Service, the crooks have the edge. For now. But the IRS says it’s prevention efforts are making a difference.
Consumers want more from their banks, even if it comes at the cost of sharing information as personal as their fingerprints.
Equifax is educating consumers about identity theft through a newly launched website.
Retailers in Massachusetts no longer can ask for your ZIP code to complete a credit card purchase. But when is it OK?
Eighteen people were charged with conjuring up identities to get credit cards and stealing $200 million from card issuers.
Taxpayers are sending in their 1040s. So are identity thieves, who steal taxpayer info and then submit fake returns before the real taxpayers send in their 1040s.