With the newest smartphones being capable of the most advanced tasks, it is easier than ever to hack into someone else’s information.
A North Texas man has been sentenced to five years in prison and must repay nearly $13 million over investment fraud.
A businessman on the run for months since his Dallas conviction in an investment scam has been caught in Florida.
Prosecutors say a second North Texas man has pleaded guilty in a $17 million real estate scam that featured promotions on radio stations.
A Dallas man faces up to five years in prison in a $17 million real estate fraud case that featured promotions on North Texas radio stations.
Monday is day 24 of temperatures above 100-degrees in North Texas. Increased usage also increases the likelihood of breakdowns, but the BBB warns that it’s ‘buyer beware’ when it comes to finding a repair company.
The Texas DPS wants violators to pay their traffic citations, but the agency is not making phone calls about alleged overdue red light tickets.
Police in Denton are issuing a warning for residents after some received phone calls from people claiming to be police officers, but aren’t.
Federal officials have a warning for immigrants considering too-good-to-true legal aid — the wrong help can hurt.
As the price of gas goes up, North Texans are seeing more ads claiming to boost your cars gas mileage. Officials with the BBB say all of the ads have been tested and all of them are scams.
Congress has moved to stop scammers who use fake caller IDs to trick people into revealing Social Security and credit card numbers and other vital information.
The new rules force debt relief firms to be more honest. Geri Detweiler with the debt education website, Credit.com, explains how these companies now have to disclose information to you before you hire them.