Blog

Bogus Credit Card Offers

by National Consumers League

DR1

It’s more convenient to use credit cards than cash or checks, especially for large purchases. But companies that offer to help you get a credit card may intend to steal your money instead. … Continue Reading

FTC Identity Theft Awareness Week

by Federal Trade Commission

FTC Tax IDT Week

Consumers have the chance to gain access to tools and educational sessions that can help protect themselves and their family from the threat of tax identity theft. Taxpayer-related identity theft is a fast growing risk with nearly one million victims reporting to the IRS in 2013. … Continue Reading

Top scams of 2014 reveals phantom debt scams on the rise

by National Consumers League

Scam

Worry about consumers’ vulnerability to fraud attacks has never been so great, with new headlines about the growing millions of Americans whose personal information has been stolen appearing every day. With fraud vulnerability on the minds of many, the experts at the National Consumers League are releasing a report about scam trends from 2014—some good, some bad, and with new warnings for avoiding fraud. … Continue Reading

Post Holiday Online Shopping Security

by Robert Siciliano

usingCC online

When it comes to online security, don’t let your guard down just because the holiday shopping frenzy has passed. In fact, this may be the very time to put your guard up even higher. … Continue Reading

Five Resolutions for a Scam-Free New Year

by Council of the Better Business Bureau

2013

This New Year, you may resolve to eat healthier, get organized or find a new job. But add to your list of resolutions a promise to be savvier about scams. This year, follow our five resolutions and stay scam free in 2015. … Continue Reading

← Older Posts

More from our blog

Scam
Top scams of 2014 reveals phantom debt scams on the rise

Worry about consumers’ vulnerability to fraud attacks has never been so great, with new headlines about the growing millions of Americans whose personal information has been stolen appearing every day. With fraud vulnerability on the minds of many, the experts at the National Consumers League are releasing a report about scam trends from 2014—some good, some bad, and with new warnings for avoiding fraud. … Continue Reading

Malware-Virus 2
Beware of scary WiFi Virus

It’s called Chameleon—a computer virus—but maybe it should be called FrankenVirus. You wouldn’t believe what it can do: literally move through the air, as in airborne—like a biological pathogen. … Continue Reading

Tax Return
Don’t let tax scammers get away with it

Tax season is getting close — and for some people, so is an experience with tax identity theft or IRS imposters. Tax identity theft happens when someone uses your Social Security number to get a tax refund or a job. You usually find out something’s wrong after you file your tax return. … Continue Reading

Privacy Policy

FraudAvengers.org appreciates your readership and values your personal privacy.

We respect all personal information you provide on our site and acknowledge the importance of protecting this information.

Continue Reading

Sign-Up For Our eNewsletter

Support FraudAvengers by Shopping at AmazonSmile

When you shop at AmazonSmile, you’ll find Amazon's same prices and selection and a portion of your purchase price will be donated to FraudAvengers – at no additional cost to you.

 

Visit AmazonSmile.com and choose “Foundation for Payments Fraud Abatement & Activism” as your preferred charity. 

In partnership with:

stc logo