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People have been sharing a too-good-to-be-true Lululemon ambassador Instagram post and it’s actually a scam
People on social media circulated a story from an Instagram account called @lulurecruitment this week, which Lululemon said is not a verified account.
If it sounds too good to be true, it almost certainly is.
A Minnesota man allegedly faked his own death by putting his clothes and ID on a dead body to collect $2 million
Igor Vorotinov, 54, allegedly put his clothes and ID on an unidentified corpse in Moldova.
Language like "limited time offer" and "winning guaranteed or your money back" are common signs of scholarship scams.
Many money-related scandals happened this year. From Anna Delvey to Fortnite V-bucks, here are some of the reported and alleged money scams of 2018.
Google Maps isn't as trustworthy as you might think.
Thousands of websites offering free currency in "Fortnite: Battle Royale" are targeting players on social media and YouTube.
Fake SingHealth SMS messages are being sent out – here is how to verify that the one you received is authentic
Fake messages from senders pretending to be SingHealth have been circulating. Here's how to verify that yours is authentic.
Kroger confirmed that a $250 coupon circulating on social media is actually a scam. It warned customers not to click on the site or provide any personal information.
Some Amazon sellers are tricking people into paying thousands of dollars for shipping — here’s how to spot it
Some third-party sellers on Amazon are tricking shoppers into paying too much for shipping. Savvy Amazon customers should be able to spot it before it's too late.