Robocalls – Don’t Get Spoofed

Robocalls – We all get them. Lately they are more frequent and the scammers behind them are getting better at tricking us into answering them. A recent trend in robocalls is called neighborhood spoofing. This is when you get a call and the caller ID displays the...

Someone may steal your wireless number

Did you recently get a text from your wireless carrier encouraging you to add a pin or passcode to your account? An increase in number port out scams is the reason why. This scam involves a fraudster transferring a victims current mobile phone number to a new service...

Snow removal woes

One Detroit area snow removal contractor is failing to meet customer expectations this winter season. Our Detroit partner, WXYZ 7 Action News, digs into why the service provider is failing to show up. Ads shown are chosen y the content creator and not endorsed by Call...

Deadline extended – file for Western Union scam refund

Western Union has been ordered to pay $586 million following an investigation by the FTC, the Department of Justice and U.S. Postal Inspection Service. If you wired money to scammers through Western Union between Jan. 1, 2004 and January of 2017, you can file a claim...

Solved: Full value for a car sliced by flying sheet metal

Imagine driving down the road and having sheet metal slide off a truck and slice right through your passenger side doors. One Philadelphia area consumer doesn’t have to imagine. Our Partner WPVI, ABC 6 News, shares the story. Initially the trucking company only...

Tax ID Theft – one of the hardest to fix

January 29 was the first day that the IRS would officially accept tax returns this year. With all of the data breaches that occurred in the past year, this may be the year that you will want to file early and to take some extra precautions. Filing early has a number...