New Rules Aim To Help Students Clear Loans In Cases Of FraudThe Obama administration is issuing new rules meant to help students get their federal loans erased in cases where there's been fraud and misconduct by their schools.
Feds Arrest Several Involved In Call Center Scam Based In IndiaIt can be a frightening call to get. Callers posing as tax and immigration agents are threatening arrest, deportation or other punishment unless money is sent to help clear up what they say is a deportation warrant or to cover unpaid income taxes.
Voter Error Blamed For Problems With MachinesA now viral Facebook post with nearly 200,000 shares claims an Arlington woman attempted to vote straight Republican ticket, then realized the machine showed she was voting for Hillary Clinton.
Wells Fargo Pushing Ad Campaign Addressing Sales ScandalWells Fargo has launched a new advertising campaign to address the company's ongoing sales practices scandal and what it is doing to make things right for its customers.
More Finger Pointing As Paxton's Trial Expected To Cost $2MMore questions and finger pointing over hundreds of thousands of dollars Collin County taxpayers are plunking down for the prosecution of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton.
Texas Attorney General's Appeal Rejected, Trial LikelyAttorney General Ken Paxton's hopes of avoiding trial on criminal securities fraud charges all but vanished Wednesday when a court rejected his third attempt at dismissing indictments.
Man Pleads Guilty To Stealing $1.8M From QVC Shopping NetworkA man who spent several years as the lighting manager for online and TV shopping network QVC has pleaded guilty to stealing about $1.8 million from the company.
North Texan Gets Nearly 6 Years For Disabled Veteran ScamA Collin County businessman must serve nearly six years in prison for stealing a disabled veteran's identity and using the information to seek $2.7 million in government contracts.
Texas Attorney General Tries Again To End His Criminal CaseTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton is trying one last time to have his criminal indictment on securities fraud charges dismissed before trial.
SEC Says Oswalt Among Athletes Defrauded In SchemeSeveral professional athletes, including retired Rangers pitcher Roy Oswalt, were cheated out of more than $30 million by an investment adviser in a Ponzi-like scheme, federal investigators said Tuesday.
Home Depot: Credit Card Firms Slow To Upgrade SecurityThe Home Depot Inc. says in a new federal lawsuit that Visa and MasterCard are using security measures prone to fraud, putting it and other retailers at risk of hacking attacks by cyber thieves.
Roofer Red Flag: Investigators Worry About Scammers After StormOnly CBS11's Consumer Justice was there as they met with law enforcement, drove through neighborhoods and talked to homeowners.

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