The Better Business Bureau has a warning: Check your credit card statements for $9.84 charges. Gobs of them are popping up, and they usually mean criminals have your number.
Neiman Marcus says that a security breach last year may have affected about 1.1 million cards.
Hackers breached the computer networks of luxury department store chain Neiman Marcus as far back as July, an attack that wasn't fully contained until Sunday, a report says.
Week after week, the broker cold-calls you with a "guaranteed" stock tip. Each time, his prediction comes true. Is he psychic? Using insider info? Nope. It's a...
With the list of hacked companies, websites and apps growing longer, it's time to take a serious look at credit card security and what you can do to stay safe online.
American Express agrees to a $76 million settlement with several banking regulators over charges the company used deceptive marketing and billing practices.
Stocks are at record highs after one last Bernanke inspired rally, and Target was just that -- the target of thieves.
Retailers use big data to maximize revenue -- that is, to take as much of your money as they can. Why shouldn't you have the same power?
The customer-service-savvy criminal gang behind CryptoLocker has created a site for people who need help making the extortion payments to unlock their infected files.
Sen. Tom Harkin warns that many for-profit colleges are using "predatory and deceptive tactics to target service members and veterans" in order to tap their GI...
More than 8 in 10 consumers have been targeted by potential fraud online. That's scary. But what's scarier is that more than 40% of us don't recognize the warning signs.
Cybercrime, which ranges from bank account hacking to phishing, is vast. But there are ways to protect your computer and your money.
Many victims of Superstorm Sandy are finding their flood insurance checks are too small to cover their repairs, and advocates put much of the blame on inexperienced adjusters.
Debtors have rights too, and when a debt collector violates them, the FTC will step in -- eventually. But until it does, here's what you need to know to protect yourself.
Bernard Madoff's longtime secretary and four of the Ponzi king's other employees go to trial Tuesday as the government reveals what it found in its probe of the massive fraud.
A retired Social Security judge in West Virginia schemed with a lawyer to improperly award disability benefits to hundreds of applicants, say congressional investigators.
Venture capitalists show no sign of shying away from investing in startups related to bitcoin even as authorities step up their scrutiny of the virtual currency.
Identity theft is a growing threat for everyone, but seniors tend to be victims of the types that are rising fastest: cases involving tax returns and medical care.
Customers of Jennifer Convertibles are complaining that their expensive leather sofas are falling apart -- and that their warranties are essentially useless.
Darryl Layne Woods, the former CEO of a Missouri bank, admitted in court Monday to using TARP bailout funds to purchase a luxury waterfront condo in Florida.
Craigslist has some great deals, but sometimes the price seems a little too low. Here's how to spot and avoid listings for stolen merchandise.
Medical Marijuana is now legal in 20 states, and there are some legitimate ways to invest in it. But there are also some sketchy investment schemes to watch out for.