New Jersey law enforcement is banding together to go after people who would defraud victims of Hurricane Sandy.
A consumer advocacy attorney from Ambler, Pa. has some advice for local college students who may have had their personal information breached in a recent incident.
The arrival of Thanksgiving means, of course, the arrival of holiday shopping. And, the DA warns, that means scam artists will be out in full force, both in person and online.
Have you been told the president wants to help pay some of your bills? Don’t believe it, warn consumer experts.
Steven Wiley, 50, is headed to trial on charges he ripped off a couple that purchased a water filtration system but never received it.
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