The new domain name was created as a way to add a new level of security, and helps minimize the potential for users to be redirected to fake…
The ransomware disables the computer and lets the con artist hold its data hostage.
The federal government is forgiving loans for now-defunct Corinthian Colleges students, but that also opens the door for scammers.
Wiring money has become common practice for scammers since it’s quick and easy.
A recent nationwide survey made an alarming discovery.
The Better Business Bureau of Hawaii has a warning for users before they even start to play.
The Honolulu Police Department says it’s looking into about a dozen felony theft cases.
The letter the victims receive is on what looks like official business letterhead, and the victims are receiving these letters at home, not …
Be wary of con artists posing as someone claiming they can help victims recover money that they’ve lost.
The seller must also provide a cancellation form at the time of the sale and customers must receive a receipt or copy of the sales contract.
Elma Pacleb’s attorney, Michael Green, says he is working with her to “make things right.”
Leaving your personal data open is not just annoying, it opens you up to strangers and advertisers harvesting your information to possibly d…
The owner’s attorney spoke with us as Honolulu police now investigate the case as a criminal matter.
Customers tell us the travel agency always encouraged them to pay in cash because it’s cheaper if they pay the whole thing up front.
In some cases, customers told us they showed up at the airport thinking they had tickets, only to find out they weren’t booked.
Once they have remote access, they can find ways to hack into your other accounts.
Area residents have never been so happy to see something destroyed.
Business owners say the flooding started a few years ago, after the city installed duck valves to keep the high tide at bay.
A person claiming to be an IRS agent says the student owes money on a federal student tax.
In many cases, people have found that they make zero sales whatsoever.
The money was being sent to a mailbox right here on Oahu.
Hawaii residents have been receiving their fair share of these phone calls.
Recent cases of people being swindled highlight the growing threat of scammers in our island communities.
It basically crashes the website, and that’s exactly what happened to the Better Business Bureau, which came under attack a few weeks ago.
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