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Consumer Alert

What to do about robocalls

Lisa Weintraub Schifferle

Not another robocall! We’ve all felt that way. Wondering what to do about robocalls? Check out this new video:

Consumer Alert

That’s not your neighbor calling

Emma Fletcher

When your phone rings and it looks like a local call, you may be more likely to answer. Scammers count on this and can easily fake caller ID numbers.

Consumer Alert

Do Not Call registrations don’t expire

Amy Hebert

Someone pretending to be from the FTC is sending out fake emails telling people that their Do Not Call registration is expiring.

Consumer Alert

Scammers can fake caller ID info

Andrew Johnson

Your phone rings. You recognize the number, but when you pick up, it’s someone else. What’s the deal?

Consumer Alert

“One-ring” cell phone scam can ding your wallet

Colleen Tressler

Who’s calling now? That number doesn’t ring a bell. Hold the phone, says the Federal Trade Commission. You could be a potential victim of the growing "one-ring” cell phone scam.