Fraud Watch Network

Fraud Watch Network ID Theft: How to Protect Your Identity Sponsored: ID Theft: How to Protect Your Identity (Video)
Identity theft is a crime where someone steals your personal information and uses it without permission, usually to get money. A thief can use your identity to get a credit card, buy a gun or even get a home loan. Every three seconds, there’s a new victim of identity theft.
Fraud Watch Network Stand Guard Against Veterans Scams Sponsored: Stand Guard Against Veterans Scams
As we honor our former military personnel, Veteran’s Day is also a good time to recognize the year-round attempts to defraud them – and take advantage of those who appreciate their sacrifice and service.

In some scams, veterans are specifically targeted.
Fraud Watch Network Debt Relief Scams Sponsored: Debt Relief Scams
How’d you like to lower your monthly credit card and loan payments — guaranteed? An appealing offer to anyone struggling to pay their bills, but beware: a growing number of scammers are targeting consumers with significant credit card debt.
Fraud Watch Network Beware: Signs of a Job Scam Sponsored: Beware: Signs of a Job Scam
You’re looking for a job; scammers are looking for their next victim. Fake job scams can take many forms – watch out for these three signs:
* The job is guaranteed - if you pay a fee for certification, training materials, or expenses to place you with their company.
Fraud Watch Network Signs Your Valentine is a Scammer Sponsored: Signs Your Valentine is a Scammer
Romance cons are big business, costing an average loss of more than $10,000 per victim in the U.S. Scammers know how to make a connection, tailoring their sweet talk to their victim’s responses.

How does it work?

You think you’ve found your perfect partner online.
Fraud Watch Network Spotting Weight Loss Scams Sponsored: Spotting Weight Loss Scams
You’ve seen the ads all over the Internet and on television. “Lose the love handles,” “shed weight fast,” “Drop 10 pounds in a week.” But many of these offers are aimed at shrinking your bank account, not your waistline.