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The Good, The Bad and The Social

Because of the ease of being able to communicate instantaneously, social media has become a significant portion of our everyday lives and like everything, social media has its good and bad side that every user of social media should be aware of.


Identity Theft: More Than a Movie

Now we can do things faster, better and with the touch of a finger. Even though the Internet has given us the ability to do things faster and more efficiently, there are many risks of giving out your personal information online that could make you vulnerable for identity theft. 

Getting Around on the Cheap

Many young people have a desire to buy their first new car because it gives them independence and mobility. But, along with that new car will come many large expenses. For young people who have only recently started working, these costs can make owning a new car impossible in the short-term or at the very least, unattractive. Luckily, there are a number of other options for getting around, commonly referred to as alternative-transportation.

Welcome to the Real World

Living on your own for the first time can be both exciting and intimidating. Here is a guide to utility bills to make your transition to the real world of paying bills easier. 

Online Work-at-home Company Receives 160 Complaints

Better Business Bureau Serving Southern Arizona is alerting job-seekers to NovEighteen, LLC, a company that consumers say is operating websites that promise quick paychecks for writing jobs. NovEighteen has 160 complaints with BBB.

This business has a pattern of complaints concerning a failure to honor their money back guarantee. 148 of the complaints forwarded to the business for a response have been unanswered. As a result, the company carries an F rating with BBB.

BBB - “Most Dangerous Celebrities” are Click Bait

The security company McAfee released the list of the top ten “Most Dangerous Celebrities" whose names and photos are most often used by scammers as click bait.

Many consumers are unaware of the risks that exist when searching for celebrity and entertainment news. Often, the click bait leads to a sketchy website or a link that downloads malware on the user’s computer or smart phone.

Find out who the top ten are!