Cryptocurrency Scams Like Prodeum Are Just Straight-Up Trolling at This Point

Facebook announced in a blog post Tuesday that it would ban cryptocurrency advertising from the platform entirely. The company said that many ads for cryptocurrency investment opportunities, like initial coin offerings, were “not currently operating in good faith.” Facebook has a point. Take Prodeum for example, a Lithuanian cryptocurrency startup that appeared online Thursday. By Monday, it was gone. Prodeum’s 12-page white paper outlined plans … Continue reading Cryptocurrency Scams Like Prodeum Are Just Straight-Up Trolling at This Point

Nobody will give you a free iPhone X for liking a Facebook page, so stop falling for these scams – BGR

I get it, the iPhone X is incredibly expensive at $999. And that’s just the starting price that gets you a measly 64GB of storage. But most buyers will not have to pay the price outright. There are plenty of financing option to help them deal with the wallet hit, including the iPhone Upgrade Program and various carrier offers. But remember, iPhone fans, there’s no … Continue reading Nobody will give you a free iPhone X for liking a Facebook page, so stop falling for these scams – BGR

Don’t let eclipse-related scams compromise safety

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (CLARKSVILLENOW) – Big events draw crowds – and unscrupulous scammers looking to cash in at others’ expense. The August 21, 2017 total solar eclipse is no exception.EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE ECLIPSE As thousands of consumers make plans to view the eclipse at parties and other gatherings across the Volunteer State, the Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance’s (TDCI) Division of … Continue reading Don’t let eclipse-related scams compromise safety

TDCI: Don’t let eclipse-related scams compromise safety

Department Encourages Consumers to Check Eclipse Glasses for Safety Certification NASHILLE –Big events draw crowds – and unscrupulous scammers looking to cash in at others’ expense. The August 21, 2017 total solar eclipse is no exception. As thousands of consumers make plans to view the eclipse at parties and other gatherings across the Volunteer State, the Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance’s (TDCI) Division of … Continue reading TDCI: Don’t let eclipse-related scams compromise safety

Facebook scams: When your “friends” are actually hackers

Scams cost Americans roughly $50 billion each year, and according to the Better Business Bureau, they affect one in four homes. The most frequently reported scams are delivered by phone. But more than half of victims say they were contacted online through websites, e-mail, social media and more. Experts say more and more people, including millennials, are becoming victims on Facebook. So what happens when … Continue reading Facebook scams: When your “friends” are actually hackers