Generative AI is a blessing for a wide range of professionals, from artists to scientists. Yet, as with any other technology, it can be used with ill intentions.
'Most Expensive Can of Tuna Ever': A Woman Is Going Viral After Receiving a Can of Albacore Instead of Her Luxury Online Order
There's been an increase in online fraud in the retail industry "particularly related to returns," according to a rep from Saks Fifth Avenue.
A 'Trusted' Employee Stole $90,000 From a Company Now on The Brink of Collapse. Here's 1 Simple Thing You Can Do to Avoid a Similar Fate.
An Oregon newspaper learns the hard way why it's so important to require time off for employees.
'They Are Broke or Homeless': 3-Year Cruise Passengers Yet to Receive Refunds Are Pursuing Fraud Charges
Would-be Life at Sea cruise passengers saw their dreams capsize before the ship even set sail.
Andy Cohen Lost 'A Lot of Money' to a Highly Sophisticated Scam — Here's How to Avoid Becoming a Victim Yourself
Consumers reported losing $8.8 billion to fraud in 2022.
In a tabloid story that shook the nation, Robert Ray Hamilton was blackmailed into marrying a New York City sex worker.
Founder of Tesla Rival Nikola Sentenced to Prison for Defrauding Investors: 'If You Mislead Your Investors, You Will Pay a Stiff Price'
Trevor Milton must also pay a $1 million fine and turn over his property in Utah.
Barbara Furlow-Smiles used Meta money for personal expenses, including a $18,000 preschool tuition.
From fake stickers to spoofed sites, here are all the ways criminals use QR codes to steal your information (and money).
The end-of-the-year holiday season, a.k.a. the shopping season, is the time when online retailers suffer the most from fraud attempts. Being aware of the different types of fraud online retailers are exposed to is the first step in protecting against them.
Here are some helpful tips to protect your device from getting hacked at airports.
Amazon is warning customers to look out for two kinds of scams as holiday shopping begins.
Former PR Exec Accused of Involving Celebrities in 'Fictitious' Campaigns Pleads Guilty to Defrauding Victims Out of $3.8 Million
Andrew Garson pled guilty to one count of wire fraud and agreed to pay $3,754,068 in restitution to the victims of his crime. His sentencing is scheduled for February 28, 2024.
The EU recently issued a comprehensive report on the "serious risks" across decentralized finance.