Each man is charged with second-degree conspiracy and second-degree attempted theft by deception.
According to the DMV, there have been numerous reports of residents being called by an automated message that claims the resident can save significant money off their auto insurance rates.
In early 2012, the three men were making an attractive offer: the opportunity to purchase Facebook stock just as the company was expected to go public.
Police say an elderly man was targeted by a scammer who identified himself as “Ron Davis” from the IRS.
It almost worked on one Gloucester County resident who took his concerns to law enforcement.
As 3 On Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan explains, “pre-paid” is now the payment method of choice for some scammers.
A suburban Philadelphia ambulance company and its top two officials have pleaded guilty to federal charges in a scheme that prosecutors said cost the Medicare and Medicaid programs more than $2.5 million in improper payments.
It’s been just over 20 years since the first text message was sent and now Americans send billions of those messages a month. Scam artists are sending them out too.
Court papers in Dauphin County show the charges against Zayd Issah were filed March 10. The charges include two counts of forgery, two counts of conspiracy and four counts of theft by deception.
A 98-year-old woman who was scammed and robbed is talking only to Eyewitness News.
Police in New Jersey are warning people about a scam where people claim to have kidnapped a family member for ransom.
Officials say two men have been charged in New Jersey in connection to a scam in which worthless paper dyed black was portrayed as real money and sold to people if they paid to have the dye removed.
By Jim Donovan: I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again. There are NO free rides in life. You’ll want to remember that if you get a letter in the mail claiming you’ve “qualified […]
As 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds, a consumer’s best intentions can end up being pretty costly.
A federal judge decided the fates of four men who previously pleaded guilty in connection with a multi-million dollar mortgage fraud scheme.