A lot of internet users have never heard of Bitcoin, and scammers like it that way.
Those emails from Amazon asking you to verify your account aren’t real.
Text alerts are a great tool for protecting your accounts but are also an open door for scammers.
Scammers trying to sell you an extended warranty on your vehicle.
It can’t be said enough: “You will never be required to pay for anything via prepaid debit card.”
Those purchases you made last Prime Day can trigger a scammer.
You don’t have a secret bank account lying around, and it isn’t stored at the Federal Reserve.