Ahead of a plethora of new releases, San Diego noise lord Justin Pearson revisits the bizarre TV hoax that put The Locust on the map.
A new scam is targeting people, particularly Instagram models, by cloning their profiles and using them to create fake OnlyFans or JustForFans accounts.
Twitter “philanthropists” like Bill Pulte and Megan Thee Stallion have been offering their followers financial aid during the pandemic. But it hurts more people than it helps.
Seems to work way better than the old two-kids-in-a-trenchcoat trick.
The pandemic has provided a huge new opportunity for hackers, scammers, and criminals to target frightened and vulnerable people.
Nearly 1,000 people flooded our inbox with their stories. We found some patterns.
Falsifying support from famous people to hype a product is easier than ever. If you see an ad for Sandra Bullock's skincare line… RUN.
"Please don't kill me. You know, we're all human. We all make mistakes."
While searching for the person who grifted me in Chicago, I discovered just how easily users of the short-term rental platform can get exploited.
Livia raised $1.7 million via crowdfunding and offered generous money-back guarantees, only to ignore customers and delete their comments when they complained.
Loom circles and fractal mandalas are just different names for a scam that's rinsing millennials of their money.
"We didn't really need to cheat, because we already had 3.9 GPAs."