It’s just too easy to be a victim of some of today’s debt scams and credit repair scams.
Many are marketed as valuable services for those who are dealing with serious debt problems, so if you’re in a tough financial situation, these “programs” seem to be the ultimate solution.
But understanding how these scams work and what red flags to look out for can help you make some well-informed decisions and avoid becoming a victim.

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How to Protect Yourself from Juice Jacking

Juice jacking is a term that has gained attention in recent years as a cyber-theft tactic that targets unsuspecting individuals who charge their electronic devices

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How to Protect Your Identity From AI Scams

  As AI technology continues to advance quickly, the risk of identity theft is also rapidly increasing, with AI scams becoming more sophisticated and harder

Coronavirus Scams

COVID-19 and Coronavirus Scams to Avoid – Video

In this video Lynnette warns viewers about numerous coronavirus scams to avoid that are popping up during the COVID-19 pandemic. Transcription Lynnette Khalfani Cox: Listen,

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Victim of Identity Theft? Here’s What to Do

In 2017, 16.7 million people were victims of identity theft, suffering a record $16.8 billion in losses. Today, many of our standard transactions like banking, bill paying,

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Beware of Fake IRS Collection Scam

Have you ever received a phone call from the IRS – or from someone claiming to be from the IRS – about an alleged tax

Equifax Hack

The Equifax Hack: What Equifax Got Right and Wrong Amid Data Breach

Equifax, one the nation’s largest credit reporting agencies, suffered a massive data breach that affected up to 143 million Americans – nearly half the population in the United States. Here’s a look at both sides, in the hopes that Equifax and other organizations will learn some do’s and don’ts when the next inevitable data breach occurs.

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