While some door-to-door visits are legitimate, there are some things you should look out for.
The Better Business Bureau says, first, do your research.
Kyle Kaiser thought he had stumbled upon a bargain when two men recently approached him and offered to repair his 2005 Honda Accord.
Thieves are using software which can input your stolen information into password-protected apps, and they’re counting on you using the same …
For the thousands of soon-to-be graduates, the search for that elusive job can be anything but exciting.
Concerned Maili residents are upset at several NOAA volunteers who they say are harassing a pregnant monk seal.
Retailers are using technology to enhance a shopper’s experience, but at what point does it become too personal?
Scam Tracker lets people share and find information about the latest schemes, all in one place.
Schemers are filing false tax returns in a person’s name, submitting their own address for where that check goes, and then cashing it.
Dozens of Hawaii residents have recently reported getting mysterious phone calls from schemers posing as Microsoft employees.
Because of increasing fraudulent claims nationwide, all tax returns with refund requests will be examined more carefully.
Thieves provide your credit card number and expiration date, but what they’re really after is the Card Verification Value, or CVV number.
Students and parents at Island Pacific Academy are learning an expensive lesson on doing business. They paid a $1,400 deposit for a party at…
The Better Business Bureau says Hawaii businesses and non-profits are getting either faxed invoices or notices in the mail telling them that…
If you have any questions about your taxes, Action Line is here to help.
Now that it’s tax season, many scammers are pretending to be a federal agent to steal your money.
Lawmakers are considering a bill that aims to reduce deceptive and false advertising by making it easier for people to know exactly what the…