We don’t want you to lose money to scammers this summer, and the best way to protect yourself is to know a common summer scheme involves your air conditioning unit.
Even with student loan payments paused until the end of August, scammers are not giving up.
Best Buy has recalled thousands of air fryers and air fryer ovens due to fire and burn hazards, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.
A voluntary recall was issued for 3- and 10-ounce products of Jergens Ultra Healing Moisturizer.
JEA on Tuesday warned that the utility has seen an increase in reports of scammers targeting its customers.
A consumer alert: The FBI is warning that criminals are stealing people’s cellphone numbers and costing them millions of dollars.
There’s a scam alert warning from the News4JAX I-TEAM.
Children’s nightgowns that were sold on Amazon are being recalled, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.
With tax season beginning Jan. 24, Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation is warning taxpayers to watch out for tax-related fraud.
The Federal Trade Commission is demanding 25 companies stop promising you products that prevent or treat COVID-19.
There’s a consumer alert from several sheriffs’ offices in Northeast Florida.
The Better Business Bureau is warning shoppers to use caution while buying gaming consoles online.
Scammers are ready to pounce now that the holidays are here. You may think you won’t fall prey — but crooks can be sneaky — and if they get to you, it will hit you where it hurts the most: your wallet.
There’s a consumer alert for anyone who still needs to file their taxes.