The Colony Police And Corinth Electricity Provider Warn Of Holiday Weekend Phone ScamsThe Colony Police Department's non-emergency phone number appears on the victim's caller ID. Police want people to know they aren't calling them for personal information.
North Texas Business Sets Up Own Sting Operation To Recover Stolen Goods"We were taken advantage of big time," said Rachel Wiebe, the president of the Dallas Flooring Warehouse.
Plano Police Department Compiles List Of Social Media Apps Exposing Children To PredatorsPredators, scammers and cyber bullies could all be hiding in children's phone, according to a new warning from Plano police.
Scammers Targeting Oncor Customers In Dallas NeighborhoodScammers are targeting Oncor customers in a Dallas neighborhood, asking for personal information.
Fake License Plates Mean Free Rides For Hundreds Of North TexansScammers take the toll roads for free while others get the bills. When it happened to Montgomery Moore, he called for Consumer Justice.
Possible Solution To Unwanted Calls From Solicitors, ScammersThe device was patented by a Carrollton businessman because he was having a problem with telemarketers targeting his elderly mother.
Storm Aftermath: Avoiding Insurance ScammersAs people start rebuilding from the devastating storms, they need to be careful of scammers who are out there ready to take advantage.
Top 5 Holiday Scams & How To Avoid ThemDon't get taken by scammers during the Holiday season.
Scammers Praying On Relatives of MigrantsScammers have been preying on the relatives of unaccompanied young migrants being held at two U.S. military bases by conning them into paying nonexistent fees to be reunited with their loved ones, officials said.
Watch Credit Cards For $9.84 ChargeA charge that adds up to less than ten bucks could be the tell tale sign that scammers have their hands on your credit card number.
I-Team: Beware Of After Storm ScamsImages of people who have lost their loved-ones, or their homes, break most of our hearts. But, unfortunately, all too often, thieves see them as picture-perfect opportunities.