The caller told the woman he was calling on behalf of a tech support company that was going out of business.
With all that money exchanging hands, you can be sure criminals will be searching for victims.
Experts say customers need to do their part to combat fraud and deceptive advertising, especially when it comes to clicking on ads and links…
Dozens of reports have surfaced here in Hawaii within the last month, and at least one local victim reported falling for the scam.
Kurt Shanaman thought he was stuck with major repair bills, until he got some advice.
A few weeks ago, James Chan responded to a voicemail left on his phone about what he thought was a missed jury duty summons that had turned …
“What they do is they offer to give you premium channels, but they’re asking for payment in a strange form.”
There are a number of things you can do to make sure you stay safe online.
Hawaii’s Better Business Bureau will offer free document shredding at sites across the state in an effort to stop a massive, nationwide prob…
She says while the experience has left her numb, she’s sharing her story to help others.
Here in Hawaii, 966 reports were made, putting us in second place when it comes to the amount of reports made.
You can find out how a charity operates, if it’s accredited, and how the organization uses its money.
Turns out, kids are actually targeted more than adults.
Over the last few months the federal government has been sending checks to 125,000 people around the country.
A Makakilo woman thought she brought all the paperwork she needed, but she was turned away.
You may have seen its logo inside a business or online and wondered what it stands for.
Not paying off a credit card, or being late on your payments, can hurt you more than you may think.
Embedded chips are designed to help safeguard your identity, but that same technology could leave you vulnerable to fraud.
Vacations can often be a great way to escape the stresses of everyday life, but scammers see it as an opportunity to capitalize on your mist…
Scammers are posing as utility employees and threatening residents.