3 Ways to Keep Your Social Security Number Safe
Some businesses will ask for your Social Security number, but they don't really need it. Here is how to identify who you should share your Social Security number with.
How to Secure Your Social Security Information
The Social Security Administration takes steps to protect your information from fraudsters. But there are two steps you can take to provide an extra level of security to your account.
NRTA Webinar: Stay Safe From COVID-19 Scams
Scammers have reaped millions of dollars from unsuspecting victims in ploys related to the global pandemic. Learn how to spot their tricks.
Psychological Tricks Scammers Use
Scammers like to use psychological tricks to gain your trust and get you to give up your money or information. Here are five tricks to look out for.
Sending Money Safely Through Apps
Using apps to send and receive money is gaining popularity. But there are precautions you should take when using this form of payment. Here are five things to keep in mind when using an app to send money.
Ways to Avoid Fake-Check Scams
Scammers like to use paper checks to make you think you are getting paid, when in reality they are after your money. Here are three fake-check scams to look out for.
How to Spot a Pension Poaching Scam
Scammers are after veterans’ pensions using a scheme known as “pension poaching,” and here’s how to stop this scam in its tracks. If you or a loved one has been approached or victimized, file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission.
Protect Yourself From a Funeral Scam
It’s hard to think about death. But in planning and paying for a final farewell, it’s important to think clearly and be wary.
Cryptocurrencies are attractive to scammers looking to make a quick buck with your money. Here are four tips to help you stay safe in the virtual world of cryptocurrency.
Avoid an Online Pet Scam
Scammers like to take advantage of people looking for a new furry companion. Here are five tips on how to avoid an online pet scam.
Credit Card Interest Scams
If a deal sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Here are 4 signs you are being targeted for a credit card interest scam.
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