A friend of mine posted a photo from grocery shopping with two items at the same price. I was surprised by the responses.
A grocery delivery service allows you to select a number of meals and then sends you a weekly batch of groceries and recipes.
Ask someone which age group gets scammed most often and they’d surely answer that it’s our senior population since there are so many scams targeting them.
I guess I’m out of touch with today’s young people, but for the life of me, I don’t see the appeal of paying $425 for muddy jeans.
The sheer volume of junk mail I get on a weekly basis is nothing short of a nightmare, especially when it’s time to clean.
Even though it’s more than a year away, they’re already talking about my 30th high school reunion…and why we didn’t have a 25th.
Ever heard of the Area Code Scam? It actually has various names, but it involves a trick to make you call an expensive long distance number.
If you’re looking for a way to be alerted to possible scams or just block telemarketers, there are multiple apps that can help.
You might want to brace yourself for Tuesday if you’re expecting a gift from your significant other: Valentine’s spending is expected to be less this year.
It’s one thing not to accept checks, but now there’s a cashless coffee shop that no longer accepts paper money. Think it’s a good idea?
There’s a new scam, apparently, being perpetrated by telemarketers and robocalls that begin with a simple question: ‘Can You Hear Me?’
A Walmart employee became suspicious and asked the right questions to defeat a so-called ‘grandparents scam’ in progress.