Scammers are armed with convincing arguments, such as a family member being stuck in jail or a foreign country, or injured and in the hospit…
One of the newest forms of fraud protection that has proven successful is the use of chips in credit cards.
Scammers are trying to bait callers into simply answering “yes.”
Thieves have found a way to steal the balance on it by getting the PIN number under the silver scratch-off.
The scam starts out with an email that appears to be from a friend.
The family told us about eight to 10 dogs surrounded their 11-year-old daughter, and one of them bit her on the leg.
With sky-high prices and relatively low inventory, the search to find that perfect housing rental can sometimes prove nearly impossible — a…
One customer called Action Line because he was concerned about his warranty.
If topping the list is losing weight, you need to know what you’re getting into if you join a gym or sign up for a membership or subscriptio…
Research shows it has mental and physical health benefits and can even prevent Alzheimer’s disease.
Emails like these will ask for your personal information or tell you they will send you a cashier’s check.
It sounds like a great idea for the kids, but many are actually fake.
One subcontractor told us it has no choice but to park on city streets, because its cars are not being auctioned off by the city at a fast e…
Numerous residents reached out to KHON2’s Action Line saying Kuni’s Tow has a lot so full, it had to move dozens of cars onto the street in …
With the increased online activity comes the increased risk of fraud and identity theft.
Credit card chip readers at store registers add an extra layer of security against identity theft.
The apps often impersonate large retailers.
Elma Pacleb turned herself in at the Pearl City police station at around 10 a.m.
Businesses are inserting non-disparagement clauses, essentially barring a contracted person from leaving a negative review about a business …
The business was a huge enterprise and someone else may move in to take it over.