Have you gotten this email? It promises you money for filling out a survey.
Cyber Monday is a big day for online shopping and for online scammers.
There are some legitimate secret shopping companies, but the BBB of Eastern NC is warning about one they say is a scam.
If you're doing any shipping this holiday season, here's a scam to beware of.
They appear to be targeting the elderly in their own homes.
Don't get too excited if you get an email for discounts at Wendy's fast food restaurants.
The puppies were advertised as free, but they could have come with a hefty cost.
A viewer from Greenville had us check out a potential scam for him.
Your identity may be at risk when you evacuate your home because of what's in your mailbox.
A couple of viewers alerted us to this scam.
Hundreds of North Carolina consumers are reporting gas stations have unfairly increased prices as Hurricane Ike barrels toward the Gulf Coast.
Don't let this happen to you.
The Better Business Bureau is warning sports, music, and theater fans who are trying to get their hands on the hottest event tickets that they might get burned when shopping online with TicketsMyWay.com.
The FBI says the hitman email scam is back, but with a couple of changes.
The FDA is warning not to believe claims from several companies that say their products will cure or prevent cancer.
The Better Business Bureau says this scam exhibits one major red flag.
A viewer was savvy enough not to fall for a survey scam and kind enough to share the information with you.
Want to save money on your energy bills?
It will take you a few phone calls or a few online forms, but you could rid yourself of junk mail.
Don't let your interest in voting this November allow you to fall for this scam.
It seems like an easy way to be a good Samaritan, but it's an easy way for a scam artist to take over your phone line.
The Raleigh Police Department says two senior citizens were stolen from when they apparently distracted by fake utility workers.
The Better Business Bureau says if you get award letters and checks from one of these three companies, they're trying to scam you.
High gas prices may allow your better judgment to go out the window on these.
The IRS is warning about a rash of identity theft scams.
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