Restrictions related to the Feb. 5th ice storm will extend for 30 days after the expiration of the disaster declaration.
If you’re looking to take advantage of the Affordable Care Act, be warned that there are people out there who may want to take advantage of you.
October 1 is the launch date for the Affordable Health Care Act’s Insurance Marketplace and scammers are ready to pounce. Here’s what you need to know.
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds that scam artists claiming to be associated with these legitimate products are trying to take advantage of the elderly.
Six people are facing charges for a mortgage fraud conspiracy involving millions of dollars in loans based on false information.
Second chance scams occur when the bidder on, let’s say eBay, who didn’t win the auction is contacted by a thief posing as the seller who says the sale fell through and the item is once again for sale.
As the clean-up from Hurricane Sandy is underway, many homeowners will have to hire help to get the job done. If you’re among them, 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has important information that you need to know.
If you get an offer for a free or low cost energy audit, you may want to hold off. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan explains what you need to know before letting that auditor into your home.
We’re used to seeing internet scams in our e-mail, but did you know that internet scams can also start with a phone call? 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has a warning tonight.
Planning a trip this summer? Besides making your reservations and figuring out what to pack, how much thought are you giving to protecting your money?
If you have received correspondence from the New Jersey attorney general’s office saying that you’re eligible to take part in a mega financial settlement, don’t believe it.
Adriano Sotomayor had been on the lam for more than three months before being nabbed in Las Vegas. He is charged with bilking one elderly nun out of a quarter of a million dollars.
The scam may take the form of telling you that you’ve hit the lottery, or it may be the promise of a new job. But often, it’s really just a scheme, and the people behind it are out to steal your money by using phony checks.
The scammer tells the customers they are deliquent on their account and need to pay the balance in order to avoid a service shutoff.
Organizers say seniors need to know that a scammer could be lurking on the other end of the phone, or online, or even sorting through their trash.