The scam starts with a pitch for a customized letter from Santa. It ends with you losing big time.
President Obama recently told prominent CEOs that he wants to work with them to overcome stagnant wages.
The FBI warns businesses that hackers are using software to launch a destructive cyberattack, following a devastating breach last week at Sony Pictures.
The holy grail for identity thieves is a Social Security number. Here's why and how you need to protect yourself and what to do if your identity is stolen.
The targets of the scam are typically people selling things online that have significant value, like a car or a boat.
Hackers have drained some Hilton HHonors accounts and even used associated credit cards to steal more.
A cyberattack penetrated computer networks for months at USIS, the government's leading security clearance contractor, before it noticed, a probe finds.
In a first for the FTC, it's taken action against an online dating business, JDI Dating, that used fake profiles to entice people into buying memberships.
With Ebola all over the news, the con men are out, and it's vastly more likely you'll be affected by their scams than infected by the actual disease.
Nearly 7 million Dropbox usernames and passwords have been hacked, apparently via third-party services from which hackers were able to strip the login info.
If you send a con man money via a Green Dot MoneyPak, it's just gone. But now, victims seeking help are being fleeced again by fake customer service sites.
The Better Business Bureau says con artists will use the publicity around the latest wave of leaked celebrity nudes to trick you into downloading malware.
A Maryland man romanced seniors he met online and then allegedly bilked them of $1.1 million to help him, his relatives and his business ventures.
Scammers are luring people to fraud sites with fake updates about Robin Williams' death. Their goals? To install malware, steal your data or sell you stuff.
Telemarketing abuse was the fastest-growing category of consumer complaints in 2013, a nationwide survey finds. Health care problems are growing, too.
Perhaps the Walmart cashier should have gotten suspicious as they causally swiped a stack of credit cards, watching one after another get rejected. But no.
Target says it will enable its branded credit and debit card to include the new chip-and-PIN technology, but don't expect other retailers to follow suit.
Microsoft is warning that a newly discovered flaw could allow cyberhackers to have complete access to users' computer files.
When it comes to medical identity theft, more than your money is in danger: This type of fraud could cost you your life. And it hits millions of Americans every year.