Those who serve the nation are finding themselves at a much greater risk of being the victims of cybercrime and identity theft, according to a
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During the coronavirus pandemic, Americans have turned to accessing critical health care and financial services online and on their mobile devices. VA’s Office of Information
For scammers, confusion and desperation can make even the most careful people vulnerable to their schemes. And when it comes to the government’s stimulus payments,
Tricare is warning customers that scammers are preying on coronavirus fears to steal personal information by offering Covid-19 test kits. As the number of confirmed
The White House is warning the public to ignore rumors of a national quarantine for the novel coronavirus, which were circulated by erroneous text messages.
The Social Security Administration’s (SSA) Inspector General (IG), Gail S. Ennis, is warning the public that telephone scammers may send faked documents by email to
NEW YORK (REUTERS) – The U.S. Army is not drafting young Americans – and definitely not doing so by text message – military officials said following
California Man Pleads Guilty to Role in Largest-Ever Identity Theft Ring Targeting Veterans, Servicemembers
A California man has pleaded guilty for his role in what has been described as the largest-ever identity theft scheme targeting thousands of veterans, servicemembers
As the year draws to an end, holiday goodwill is in abundant supply. Giving Tuesday kicks off the charitable season by channeling charitable efforts around
Investment fraud comes in many shapes and sizes and unfortunately these fraudsters sometimes target Veterans. The director of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) Office
People lost hundreds of millions of dollars. But something is happening that might finally stop it.
Foreign agitators continue to target American veterans through a complex network of fraudulent social media pages mimicking well-known service groups and brands, officials from Vietnam Veterans of