Consumer experts for the state of Wisconsin are ramping up a warning about COVID-19 vaccine survey scams. They also want to let you know that if you’re overwhelmed with fake calls from Amazon, you aren’t alone.
Consumer experts are warning to again be wary of porch pirates, and are giving tips on how to protect your packages from being stolen, as well as how to protect yourself from scammers who may try to take advantage of shoppers who missed Black Friday or Cyber Monday deals.
Action 2 News spoke with Eva Velasquez, the President and CEO of the national non-profit Identity Theft Resource Center, who says your child’s personal information, especially their social security number, is just as valuable - maybe even more so than yours.
A Green Bay man shared a letter he received in the mail with Action 2 News, and the letter asked him to help with a secret evaluation of Walmart due to anonymous reports of staff misconduct and over-charging.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says 53 million recalls for vehicles or related equipment were issued last year. The agency just launched a new app to track recalls and make it easier for owners to know when a recall needs to be addressed.
Your social security number is one of your most valuable pieces of information - nearly all of your financial and medical records are connected to it, which is why scammers will try anything to get it.