Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin are the latest rage, but skeptics warn about bubble
Meet Jeremy Gardner, a crytpocurrency evangelist and one of Silicon Valley's latest stars.
The Better Business Bureau released a study on how fraudsters are feigning a romantic interest in victims they meet online or on dating apps, in order to steal their money.
Those looking for love on dating sites, apps and social media should beware of the "massive number of fraudsters" using so-called romance scams to "gain unsuspecting people's trust to steal their money," a new study published by the Better Business Bureau (BBB) warns. "People all over the world are
Sellers of illicit fentanyl in China prefer to ship through the U.S. Postal Service because delivery is “basically guaranteed,” according to a new Congressional investigation. An explosion of fentanyl and opioid use in the United States in recent years has led to a staggering number of
Former Secret Service agent Evy Poumpouras shares tips on how to keep yourself safe from scam artists who call and falsely say they have kidnapped one of your loved ones.
ABC News' Terry Moran in Moscow asked President Vladimir Putin to explain contact with U.S. officials, an allegation he called "all invented."
Welcome back to our weekend download. This could go off the rails in about five seconds. If your kids are hoping to find a pet turned tree, it's a great idea. You need the to be careful of the puppy scams. Greg, the CEO of puppy spot.com is joining us with guidance. These puppies are not for
Most online listings for puppies are fraudulent ads from scammers who don’t actually own any dogs, according to a report released Tuesday by the Better Business Bureau . The scam has become so widespread – thousands of consumers have been ripped off, with losses estimated in the millions of dollars
Rhee, the CEO of of Ashley Stewart, sat down with Amna Nawaz to explain why he — a Korean-American son of immigrants, working in finance — took the helm of a retail company aimed at plus-size African-American women and decided to save it.
Seventy years together sounds awfully sweet for this couple. Paul Miller serenaded his wife Imogene Miller with a sweet rendition of Bing Crosby ’s “Let Me Call You Sweetheart” at their 70th anniversary celebration on Saturday, while lovingly holding her hand. “I started practicing so it would