Better Business Bureau Investigates North Texas Online Retailer For Unfulfilled OrdersHundreds of complaints from customers in dozens of states are all aimed at a business run out of North Texas.
Better Business Bureau: 1 In 4 Online Shoppers Fall Victim To Counterfeit SchemesConsumer and government agencies are cracking down on what they deem a "counterfeit" epidemic.
Fort Worth Man Won't Face Charges In Elite Sneaker TradeA Tarrant County grand jury has declined to indict a Fort Worth man involved in a counterfeit sneaker exchange.
Texas Couple Arrested For Passing Fake $20sA couple from Bryan are jailed on four counts of forgery of government money and other charges after authorities say the pair left sheets of counterfeit $20 bills in a trash can at a College Station motel.
Arlington Man Sentenced To 6 Years For Passing Counterfeit CashA North Texas man who meticulously made and spent more than $400,000 in fake money has been sentenced to nearly six years in prison.
Four Texas Men Sentenced In Counterfeit Guitar Ring A Fort Worth man was sentenced today in connection with selling thousands of dollars in counterfeit guitars to pawn shops in the greater Philadelphia area.
I-Team Exposes A Scam Swinging Through North TexasYou know run the risk of receiving a fake when you buy anything online – and that includes golf clubs.
Fake High School Graduation Tickets For SaleIt’s no surprise to find counterfeit tickets at major sporting events. However, fake tickets for a high school graduation is a whole new ballgame.
Websites Selling Counterfeit Goods Shut DownMore than 100 domain names were seized in an international crackdown on websites that sell counterfeit merchandise, federal authorities said Monday, just in time for the biggest online shopping day of the year.
Police Warn About Counterfeit Texas Rangers TicketsIt seems fans aren’t the only ones who like it when the Texas Rangers get in the playoffs; police say criminals like it too. Now police in Arlington are issuing a warning about buying counterfeit tickets.
U.S. Customs Seizes Millions In Counterfeit Apple Products Millions of dollars in counterfeit Apple products have been seized in North Texas. The shipment originated in China and contained one specific item.
Counterfeit Perfume & Cologne Sting At Traders VillageCity and state investigators took part in a major counterfeit bust at Traders Village in Grand Prairie.
Funny Money Being Printed