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Black Friday Scams to Watch Out For

Black Friday is the busiest shopping day of the year. With COVID-19 still in full swing, many people are turning to online shopping for their holiday needs – which means that there is plenty of opportunity for scammers to take advantage. In this week’s #FraudFriday, we present some scams to help you navigate the holiday season – for Black Friday and beyond! Read More…

Real or Scam: Seattle Home for Rent

Rental scams are really common, especially in tight housing markets. Many times we’re so desperate to get a decent home for a good price that we throw caution to the wind in hopes of beating out the next person behind us. In this #FraudFriday edition, we look at a rental ad scam and show what to look for to avoid losing money! Read More…

The Difference Between Work at Home Jobs and Work at Home Opportunities

While you’re surfing online for “work at home” jobs, you’ll see many ads from companies that require fees to get started. Keep in mind that these types of offers aren’t necessarily scams! In this week’s #WorkatHomeWednesday we explore the difference between Work at Home Jobs and Work at Home Opportunities so you know what will work best for you. Read More…

Can I tell my friends that I’m a Mystery Shopper?

While Mystery Shopping does require specific rules around keeping confidentiality, that doesn’t necessarily mean you can’t tell your friends about your new job! On this week’s #MysteryShoppingMonday, we answer the question, “Can I tell my friends I’m a Mystery Shopper?” Read More…

Advice to New Credit Card Users

A friend’s son is ready to get his first credit card, and she asked me to help break down the basics to set him on a good path to credit management and fiscal responsibility. No matter your age, it’s always a good practice to continue financial education – read on for some tips to understand and manage your credit cards better! Read More…

What Can I Do If eBay Isn’t Successful?

eBay is a great way to sell items around your house that you don’t need anymore. But, just because you post something, doesn’t mean it’ll automatically sell. If you’re not having success, you may need to rethink selling on eBay and explore other platforms. This video goes over some other options and gives some quick tips to help boost your success rate! Read More…

Who Mystery Shops Walt Disney World Cruise Lines?

If you’re interested in Mystery Shopping specific businesses, (like Disney Cruises!) but don’t know which Mystery Shopping Companies have those assignments, this episode will answer your question on why it can be really difficult to find out “who shops who”. Read More…

Real or Scam: House Manager Job Ad

It is not unusual for well-to-do families to hire house managers to get daily chores and activities accomplished, but even the most innocent-looking job ads can turn out to be scams! In this week’s #FraudFriday edition, we’ll look at a House Manager job ad to see if it’s legit. Read More…

Election Scams – Protect Your Identity and Your Vote!

Election season brings about a lot of political ads, signs, and sadly, scams. In the weeks leading up to an election, scammers come out in full force trying to steal your identity, take your money, or otherwise disenfranchise your vote. In this week’s #FraudFriday, we explore four types of election scams to look out for. Read More…

Earn Extra Income as A Poll Worker

Many election positions are PAID…not volunteer!  Of course, this varies depending on where you live, but in most areas you can earn some extra money as an election worker. This week I talk about my experience as a temporary election employee for King County, Washington. Read More…

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