Instead of a mainland or international number showing up on your caller ID, it appears to be a local one.
Many homes have alarm systems, and that is an opportunity for someone to take advantage of you.
The best advice when you hit the rental counter is to slow down and read the fine print.
Many want to help, and while you may be looking to support victims, others may be looking for their next victim.
Callers are also posing as debt collectors, asking for money via wire transfer or prepaid debit cards.
Con artists are posting flashy ads on social media sites for made-up events, selling tickets, then leaving with the money.
The Better Business Bureau of Hawaii warns, the cheapest one might not always be the best one.
Experts say limiting the amount of information you share on social media will help you protect your passwords and accounts.
“What we’re trying to do is help people understand how to prevent identity theft, and also how to avoid things like ransomware, how to avoid…
The scam has been targeting members of non-profit organizations and community groups, and at least one person here in Hawaii reported fallin…
An Oahu man learned the hard way why it’s so dangerous to give in to such a scam and give away your personal information.
We welcomed Manoj Samara-Nayake, tax managing director for Accuity LLP to answer some questions.
An email or letter is sent to make it seem like it’s from the company’s president or CEO.
Residents say the elevator motor broke down nine days ago and they’re still waiting for the replacement part.
Seniors at Farrington High School were disappointed to learn their graduation ceremony would be held in the school’s gymnasium, as it has be…
The problems only got worse, and more than a year and a half later, the work on the home still isn’t finished.
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.