Steps to Help Detect Data Theft and Ways to Protect Yourself

Are you concerned about the data breach of Marriot’s Starwood properties affecting the hundreds of millions of customers who stayed there between 2014 and 2018? Data breaches are scary—and they’re on the rise! Cyber-criminals are increasingly using sophisticated and cutting-edge technology to steal personal information. If you believe that you may be affected by this

Consumer Alert: Fraudulent Wire and Electronic Fund Transfers

The California Department of Real Estate (DRE) issues a consumer alert about Fraudulent Wire and Electronic Fund Transfers Criminals and scammers are posing as legitimate companies and/or professionals to convince consumers with fraudulent instructions to divert funds electronically (money wires and electronic funds transfers) to the accounts of the criminals, often overseas, resulting in the

CFPB: Servicemembers should secure their identity after the Equifax data breach

  If you were one of the many servicemembers and their families affected by the recent Equifax data breach, it is time for you to secure your identity. Thankfully, active duty servicemembers have special tools at their disposal, like active duty alerts or a security freeze, to reduce the risk of identity theft. Here is a CFPB operation order

FTC Alerts Consumers: If Scammers Had You Pay Them Via Western Union, You Can Now File a Claim to Get Money Back

FTC Alerts Consumers: If Scammers Had You Pay Them Via Western Union, You Can Now File a Claim to Get Money Back Company paid $586 million to settle charges The Federal Trade Commission is alerting consumers who lost money to scammers who told them to pay via Western Union’s money transfer system between January 1,