A woman says she thought she was speaking to a manager at her bank who was helping her with alleged fraud – but she was really being scammed out of $40,000.
A grandmother says she had heard about the "grandparent scam," but when she received a phone call from a hysterical person claiming to be her grandson, she fell for it and gave the scammer thousands of dollars.
Grammy Award-Winner David Foster and his wife, singer and songwriter Katharine McPhee, join Dr. Phil and Robin to share holiday cheer. Hear about their new album, their favorite Christmas traditions, and Katharine’s new jewelry line, KMF Jewelry.
A woman says when she and her husband signed what they thought was a lease on a home that she “loved,” they knew something was “off.” See how she says they learned they were victims of a “baiting” scam.
A new college graduate says she thought she found her dream job working as a social media manager for a large company in California but quickly learned it was all a scam.
A Rabbi and a Reverend discuss the disturbing uptick in antisemitism across America, including violent attacks and the recent remarks made by rapper Ye (Kanye West) on social media.
Dr. Ingrid Haynes-Traylor, Director of the National Literacy Institute, joins Dr. Phil on his “Phil in the Blanks” podcast to talk about what needs to be done to fix America’s broken education system.
: A man says that ever since rapper and entrepreneur Ye (Kanye West) made antisemitic comments on social media, antisemitic flyers have shown up on his doorstep. The daughter of a Holocaust survivor also weighs in.
a Jewish writer and comedian says he and a friend were openly targeted while sitting in a coffee shop right after Ye (Kanye West) made antisemitic remarks on social media. A journalist weighs in.
A family who survived one of the deadliest tornadoes in Oklahoma history says they are still struggling with the aftermath. Dr. Phil offers them advice for moving forward.