Security Experts Warn Of Elevated Threat Of Medical ID Theft During Coronavirus PandemicWhen it comes to privacy protection, not all providers are created equal.
Texas Ranks Fourth In U.S. Where You're Most Likely To Get Your Identity StolenWith a total of 73,553 identity theft reports last year, Texas ranks fourth in the country for states where you're most likely to have your identity stolen.
Texas Suing To Stop Deceptive Robocallers Touting 'Trump Care Health Plans' During Coronavirus OutbreakThe Texas Attorney General's Office said the calls violate the Texas No Call Act and the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act.
U.S. Attorney’s Office Files Restraining Order Against Chiropractor Promoting 'Sham COVID-19 Treatment'As government officials have widely publicized, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration has not identified any immunizations, treatments, or cures for the novel coronavirus to date.
Federal Court Issues Restraining Order Against Website Offering Fake Coronavirus VaccineInformation published on the website claimed to offer consumers access to World Health Organization (WHO) vaccine kits in exchange for a shipping charge of $4.95.
North Texas Face Mask Maker Victimized By Fake Websites During Coronavirus OutbreakA surge in demand for face masks is also creating a surge in fraud against a North Richland Hills company.
Texas Woman Arrested After Allegedly Stealing Identity Of Houston Rockets Owner Tilman FertittaA woman in Southeast Texas was arrested and charged with fraud after she allegedly stole the identity of Houston Rockets owner Tilman Fertitta and used it to open a credit card.
Texas Organization Offering Rewards Up To $5K For Reporting Fraud At Dallas Magnet SchoolsA Texas-based organization could give tipsters up to $5,000 for reporting admissions fraud at Dallas magnet schools.
U.S. Marshals Arrest Fraud Suspect, Joshua Bell, Accused Of Scamming Vietnam Veteran And Arlington CoupleThe U.S. Marshals North Texas Fugitive Task Force arrested fraud suspect Joshua Bell and took him directly to the Dallas County Jail.
Police: Man Who Bilked Veteran Out Of $17K Also Scammed Arlington Couple Arlington police said a suspect who scammed a couple out of $1,200 is the same man who knocked on a Vietnam Veteran's door in Mesquite offering to repair her roof, and ended up $17,000 richer.
Fraud Suspect Joshua Bell Scams Vietnam Veteran Out Of $17K For Roof 'Repairs'When 36-year-old Joshua Bell knocked on a Vietnam Veteran's door offering to repair her roof, he ended up $17,000 richer and ran off without fixing a thing.