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A new email scam is out there--this time involving Amazon and other e-tailers. Clark tips you off...so no one rips you off!
Only 15% of the victims of this cram scam are aware they're being ripped off. Don't be one of them!
Scams related to utility companies usually pop up at peak use times like summer and winter. But this new utility scam doesn't heed the calendar. Know the ruse.
People are now being served with lawsuits…by robocall?! Clark has a warning you've got to hear.
Counterfeit items are plaguing the luxury goods industry. Make sure you're getting the real thing when purchasing high end items online.
Renters, beware tof crooks posing as landlords and renting out vacant properties on the Internet. Here are two things to do to protect yourself if you're looking for a place to live.
Work-at-home scams are continually reinventing themselves. The latest one that's supposedly from Microsoft is a perfect example. The Kansas City Star reports there's an unsolicited job offer making the rounds that invites you "to become part of the official staff of Microsoft" as a work-from-home financial agent. The starting salary ...
If you owe money, your elected officials may be trying to trick you into thinking you'll be prosecuted or maybe even go to jail if you don't pay up. Clark explains.
Summer is here and your electric bill is probably higher than usual. That's left a lot of people open to the idea of a federal program that could help pay a portion of your bill. But is it on the up and up?
Paying for a meal out at a restaurant by credit card? You'll need to take two extra precautions to combat criminal rings that are ramping up credit card scams at restaurants.