• Top Consumer Phone Scams to Watch Out for in 2017

    A picture of a padlock among credit cards, laptops, and phones
    Feb 21, 2017
    Have you ever found yourself unnerved by a fraudulent phone call from an official-sounding person claiming to be from the IRS who demands that you settle an outstanding tax debt right away or be subject to swift legal action? Scare-based phone scams like these were common last year, and they will continue in 2017 as criminals update their approach with slightly different tactics. Be aware of these top consumer scams on the rise this year.