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Buyer beware: Vehicles that look fine, but are actually at the end of the road from water damage, show up on used car lots across the country after floods.
Learn about the “swoop and squat” and other scams that cost innocent drivers millions of dollars each year — and what to do if you suspect an auto insurance scam.
A wave of mysterious Walmart “password reset” notifications have been hitting inboxes, including those of people who don’t have accounts with the retailer.
They are valuable, easy to steal, hard to trace and disappearing by the truckload, creating a huge headache for law enforcement and growers.
Did you get a great bargain last week? If it fell into one of these 10 categories, you may have been hoodwinked.
I’ve been offering money advice for more than 30 years. Here are the 10 most important things I’ve learned about making more money and being happier while you do it.