The Federal Trade Commission is warning North Texans about mysterious, and sometimes scary, phone calls.
A Texas man has been sentenced to more than two years in prison and must repay nearly $500,000 for defrauding a St. Louis-area investor in a vending machine scam.
Residents in west Fort Worth notified the United States Postal Service Thursday of what appeared to be a phishing scam set up at a neighborhood mailbox.
More and more often, scammers and even legitimate advertisers are bombarding consumers with unsolicited text messages on their cell phones.
Many area residents will be requiring assistance from contractors after Tuesday’s storms. But consumers should watch out for potential scammers.
Texas tycoon R. Allen Stanford spent more than 20 years charming investors, who handed him billions of dollars they had spent their lives accumulating.
Dr. Jacques Roy will be in court on Monday, asking to be released from jail. Roy is said to be the ringleader of the nation’s largest Medicare fraud.
Both the FBI and the Better Business Bureau say timeshare resale fraud is on the rise in North Texas and nationwide.
A Dallas businessman has been sentenced to a maximum 20 years in prison over a $7 million investment scam.
A congressional report found that tanning salons aren’t just downplaying the risks of tanning, they’re promoting benefits that don’t exist.
A fraudulent credit card arrest and conviction points to huge and blossoming problem in North Texas and this one could be hitting your pocketbook without you knowing it.
With the newest smartphones being capable of the most advanced tasks, it is easier than ever to hack into someone else’s information.