The idea reportedly came out of the Target data breach.
By Jim Donovan: PPL Electric Utilities says it’s seeing a spike in scam calls where customers are threatened with getting their power shut off unless they make an immediate payment. PPL sent this note out […]
Anyone who believes they’ve been victimized by a scammer can file a complaint with the Office of Attorney General.
By Jim Donovan: The Pennsylvania Attorney General’s office has filed a lawsuit against three Philadelphia-area car dealerships and their president amid allegations that they sold and leased used cars at inflated prices, used deceptive business […]
Hubbard is already awaiting trial in Hawaii for what was dubbed the Stevie Wonder Blunder. Federal authorities allege The University of Hawaii was duped into paying $200,000 upfront in 2012 to secure Wonder’s commitment, but authorities say Hubbard didn’t represent Stevie Wonder — it was a con.
By Jim Donovan: What I refer to as the Peco “Pay Now” scam seems to be resurfacing. I first reported on this last summer and while our 3 On Your Side consumer unit gets calls […]
New data reveals one in four people feel “scammed” by bank fees, and “megabank” customers are twice as likely to feel that way.
A new twist on an old phone scam finds the caller demanding ransom for a reportedly abducted child.
Police say several shoppers have been approached recently by two men and a woman attempting to sell magazine subscriptions. But, authorities say, it is a scam.
Grandparents will do anything for their grandchildren. Lt. Jeffery Hoch from Maple Shade Police Department says a grandparent’s love makes them vulnerable to scammers.
Attorney General Kathleen Kane is warning Pa. residents about a common telephone scam that often crops up during tax season.
Delaware State Police are warning of scams that are occurring all throughout the state.
A fraud scam which demands payment for overdue Philadelphia parking violations is now circulating by way of email.
Scammers who manipulate how their phone number appears on caller ID could face a $10,000 fine under a measure unanimously approved by the Assembly.
The investigation began back in October when a male victim reportedly contacted police about someone living in his home on Mayapple Lane in Magnolia.