Did you get a bill for a Small Business Administration (SBA) loan, but you didn’t apply for one? It’s likely that an identity thief applied for the loan using your personal or business information. The SBA has new guidance about reporting the fraud, and the FTC has tips to help you clear up any credit … Continue reading What to do if you’re billed for an SBA EIDL loan you don’t owe!
Any TV set made since 2007 has a digital tuner that lets you watch over-the-air (OTA) channels for free, if you get an inexpensive indoor antenna. These channels usually include local broadcast channels, including high-definition or “HDTV” signals. But an OTA antenna won’t get you free “premium” channels, which you can only get from cable, … Continue reading Indoor TV Antenna? Make Sure You Know What You’re Getting
Below is a sample letter than you are free to use for those who are billing you for the wrong amount or who are billing you fraudulently. Make sure that the address you send it to is legit before you mail it. Unfortunately, scammers are not going anywhere! Use this sample to draft your letter … Continue reading Sample Letter for Disputing Billing Errors
We’re getting reports about scammers pretending to be Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agents. They’re trying to get your money and personal information, and using alarming phone calls to do it. The DEA is alerting people to the scam. Their message: It’s not the DEA calling. The scammers use fake names and badge numbers. Sometimes they … Continue reading The Drug Enforcement Administration Isn’t Calling You!
We are posting a warning to homeowners that scammers are sending mailings “offering” to sell them copies of their own property deeds. The deceptive solicitations would have the recipients believe that the government requires they immediately purchase certified copies of the legal documents (which is not true!). Often, the mailings state that homeowners must pay … Continue reading Scammers Demand Money for their Dirty Deeds!
It’s one thing to prepare your family, pets, and property for extreme weather situations. It’s another to protect your personal information and finances from scammers who use weather emergencies to cheat people. This page has information to help you prepare for, deal with, and recover from a weather emergency. Preparing for a Weather Emergency Extreme … Continue reading Dealing With Weather Emergencies & Disasters
The video below is likely to be one of the most horrifying 15 second videos you will ever watch. It shows the INSTANT reaction some people have to the man-made mRNA genetic manipulation which government is CALLING a “vaccine” against COVID-19. If you take this shot, this could be you! Watch by clicking the link … Continue reading A Horrifying Video Alerting You To The Extreme Dangers of Covid Vaccines!
STORY AT-A-GLANCE Testing revealed significant levels of cadmium, arsenic, lead and mercury in popular baby foods on your grocery store shelvesDocuments from Hain Celestial Group, makers of Earth’s Best Organic baby food, showed many of the ingredients had arsenic levels as high as 309 parts per billion (ppb) and at least 24 ingredients in the … Continue reading URGENT WARNING: More Poison Found in Baby Food!
Winter often brings the blues, but when it brings Arctic blasts, burst pipes, power outages, and even icicles indoors, scammers aren’t far behind with weather-related scams. Scammers know severe weather may have shut off your electricity, heat, and water and might pose as your utility company. They might call to say that they’re sorry your … Continue reading Utility Scams
Whether you call them cell phones, smart phones or mobile devices, it seems like everyone has one. According to the wireless telecommunications industry, the U.S. now has an estimated 300 million mobile subscribers, compared to 110 million subscribers a decade ago. The increase in cell phone use has generated concern about possible health risks related … Continue reading Cell Phone Radiation Scams