PD Reminders For Bank Customers After Spike in 'Jugging' CasesPolice in are on the hunt for suspects after what they're calling a spike in the crime known as ‘jugging’. Jugging is when thieves sit in parking lots near banks or ATMs and target people who they believe have withdrawn cash.
Bank At Wells Fargo? Here Are 4 Things You Should Do SoonAttention, Wells Fargo customers: It's time to sit down and make sure no funny business went on with your accounts.
'Jugging' Crime Trend On The Rise In CarrolltonThey watch people leave banks, follow them to their next stop and then pounce.
Political Carnage As U.K. Grapples With "Bre-Grets"Last week, the word was Brexit, but on Monday morning it seemed for many to be turning to "Bre-gret." The reality of Britain being charged by its residents with extricating itself from the 28-nation European Union has sunk in.
Police & Dallas FBI Searching For "Black Hoodie Bandit"Authorities are asking for assistance identifying the woman they believe is responsible for robbing nine different banks across North Texas.
Banks Declining Purchases For Protection But Frustrate CustomerCustomers say banks too often decline cards first and field questions later.
Composite Of "Mesh Mask" Bank Robber On BillboardsAuthorities now have a better idea of what the elusive, armed criminal dubbed the Mesh Mask Bandit looks like. The man is believed to have robbed at least 17 North Texas banks, since December 31, 2012.
City "Error" Leaves North Texas Employees Without Paychecks Thousands of Fort Worth city employees were supposed to be paid Thursday night, but they weren't. City officials are now scrambling to fix what they are calling an “administrative error.”
Consumer-Finance Watchdog Looks Into Overdraft FeesThe Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said Wednesday that it will ask banks for information about how overdraft fees affect consumers, how overdraft protection is marketed and what information consumers receive.
Financial Expert Offers 'Bank Anger' AdviceFeeling upset by the way your bank is treating you as a customer? You're not alone. Financial expert Jim Lacamp offers advice on how to cope.