Scammers are impersonating FTC Chair Lina M. Khan in a new phishing scheme.
Have you gotten an alarming text message about your unemployment insurance benefits from what seems to be your state workforce agency? You’re not alone.
Let’s say you get an email about a charge to your credit card for something you aren’t expecting or don’t want.
Scammers are calling people and using the names of two companies everyone knows, Apple and Amazon, to rip people off. Here’s what you need to know about these calls.
Phishing scams can be hard to spot.
Have you seen a message on WhatsApp or Facebook offering you free help during the pandemic?
Scammers love to use the same old tricks in new ways. One of their favorites is to pose as a business or government official to pressure you into sending them money or personal information.
Hey college students: even though you’re likely far from campus, scammers are still trying to find you.
The FTC uses the information it gets from people who report scams to keep close watch on trends, so we can alert you to changes.