Companies are boosting their hiring as they prepare for the holiday season and remain optimistic about the economy. But not all job offers are real. See what made one job seeker suspicious about an offer.
Most consumers know about the big three credit bureaus, but did you know there are other, smaller companies that monitor different parts of your life? Some gear their business to employers and landlords, but some also monitor
Con artists use phony checks to steal money from consumers in many kinds of scams, so when a military charity received two unexpected checks made out for unusual amounts, the charity’s treasurer was suspicious. See why check
When Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, the island was wrecked and anyone planning to vacation there had to make changes to their itineraries. One couple was told by United Airlines they’d get a refund for their tickets,
When a flight was cancelled, a married couple had to rent a car to reach their connecting flight. United Airlines initially promised to refund the cost to the customers, they said, but then United reps kept giving
Anyone can fall for a scam, and college students living on their own for the first time are especially vulnerable. See how one student was tricked out of $14,000, and how you can help protect the college
Uber is a popular way to catch a ride, and scammers take advantage. Many hang around airports impersonating Uber drivers, and they charge outrageously high fares. See what happened when one couple was taken for a ride,
When someone owns a second home, they often make deals with their utilities and cable providers for a “seasonal rate” to be applied when a home is vacant for an extended period. But not all “seasonal rates”