How "Paid" Kids Are Manipulating Kids Like Yours
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Advertisers try to trick you into believing a one-sided pitch—that's what advertising is—as the whole truth and nothing but the truth. Play this game to arm yourself, now.
Your kids should become healthy skeptics when it comes to spending money, and learn how to save money, to boot! Here’s how you can help get them started...
Make sure your kid starts developing those smart technology habits, right now. Check out Fairplay For Kids' guide for more information.
Your own spending habits teach your kids money habits, too. Show your kids you think before spending.
If you are a senior, it’s a perfect month for you to save a lot of money. But it’s easy to get scammed, too. Begin by watching this video and then dig into the resources below!
Happy older Americans month! In order to keep it a happy month, make sure you avoid senior citizen scams, this month or any other time...
Marketers start targeting kids at age 0! And hundreds of kids apps are selling data to marketers right now. If you care about a kid check out this video.
Deepfakes are mischievous and misleading, most of the time. Have you spotted one yet, or worse, fallen for one?
They're malicious ads in search engine results! Chances are, this is impacting you without you knowing it!
The general consensus: if an app is free, you are the product! Meaning: your data will be sold and your privacy is out the window.
When strapped for cash, people are willing to jump through all kinds of hoops to get additional money. What are your options?
Phones and traffic don't mix. But do safe driving apps help, or do they hurt?
See all those wonderful promises in ads, what's not to like? Just click and buy... That's exactly what marketers want you to do. But whether it is a smart move...
If you are, join the club. But scammers and even some legit companies are desperate to "help" you, too.
Pay cards can be useful and handy, sure. But if you’re forced into using one, or pick the wrong one, they can cost you a pretty dime, too.
In prebunking, you try to figure out whether information is true or not, and where this info is coming from.
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