million identity theft and fraud reports were received by the FTC in 2020.1
of the fraud cases reported money was lost.1
is the median amount lost in the reported cases.1
If you don't receive the item that you ordered, or it shows up significantly different from its description, you may qualify for Purchase Protection. 2More about Buyer Protection
Our Seller Protection Policy will protect your online sales, minimize claims, and chargebacks and help prevent merchant fraud. 3More about Seller Protection
Make sure you never share sensitive personal or financial details via email, text, direct message, or phone.
Never share credit card numbers, CVV codes, and card expiration dates.
Social Security, tax ID, and any government-issued numbers are especially dangerous if they fall into the wrong hands.
Addresses, birthdates, and family info like mother’s maiden name can help fraudsters guess your passwords or pretend to be you.