With the pandemic restrictions being dialed back, both ComEd and the Better Business Bureau (BBB) are warning all of us to be on the lookout for utility-company imposters approaching homes and businesses to steal information and valuables.
So, you're kicking out $119 a year on an Amazon Prime membership, and you'd like to save a bunch of money on different things as Amazon wheels and deals over the next couple of days with their annual Prime Day, going on today and tomorrow.
There's no sugar-coating how tough things have been for most people over the last year, especially when we're talking about finding a job. With record-high unemployment comes desperation, and desperation brings out the scam artists.
For many people, the idea of having someone else doing your taxes is very appealing, assuming that you've hired them to handle that task. It stops having any appeal when you find out that someone did your taxes without your knowledge.
Scam artists tend to go where the money is. Considering how many of us have leaned heavily on Netflix and/or other streaming services to get us through pandemic lockdowns, scammers are finding ways to trick you out of your subscription fees.