Who couldn’t use a little extra money in their pockets nowadays? The pandemic has caused financial problems across the globe, and people are hurting.
Have you thought about selling some of your old stuff? Now is the perfect time to declutter your life and create a comfort zone of cash. You probably have bits of electronics lying around, such as printers, smartphones, monitors, tablets and more. Tap or click here for tips on selling your old tech.
Smart investments can help secure your future, and the economic impact of COVID-19 has more people looking for ways to put some money back in their pockets. Though it’s a good idea to put your money to work, you must take precautions against scammers. Thieves have created fake investment apps to rip you off.
If it’s too good to be true…
Crooks have been promising easy money since before the internet existed. The digital age has increased their reach, as they can target countless people with each plot. Tap or click here to read about a recent scam that threatens victims with utility cutoffs.
Scammers are all too aware of the investment boom and are coming on strong. Following a tip, researchers at security firm Sophos discovered hundreds of malicious iOS and Android apps stealing money. These apps spoof popular cryptocurrency trading, stock trading and banking apps, complete with logos.