A group of South Florida college kids learned a lesson the hard way. They allegedly are part of a $1.9 million identity theft tax fraud ring.
President Obama has signed an executive order directing the federal government to take some incremental steps to fight card fraud and identity theft.
Some sophisticated crime rings are using identity theft to get their hands on new cars.
Banking customers in New York have fallen victim to identity theft from an unlikely criminal gang: a group of bank tellers.
Louisiana residents who got tax refunds via the state’s My Refund Visa debit card might have been hacked.
The FTC is raising awareness that those serving our country need to also be wary in guarding their finances.
Wearable electronics, such as “smart watches,” fitness bracelets and, of course, Google Glass, are all the rage right now. But as usual, the technology may be moving faster than users’ ability to understand and deal with the potential risks.
Credit bureau TransUnion is beefing up its credit monitoring for members who pay for the service.
EMV chips protect against fraud, but they won’t necessarily preclude you from a data breach.
More than one-third of all identity theft happens to people older than 50. Here are simple but effective ways to avoid it.