There are a few new scams to look out for this tax filing season, beware and don’t be a victim.
Even the tech-savvy are being duped by this scam that baits people into clicking on an attachment.
Your phone number is tied to everything else that is in your name, and sometimes that’s all a scammer needs to take advantage of you.
It’s been a good year for scammers since people keep falling for these top four scams in our area.
Beware anyone knocking on your door offering “professional” services.
Scammers get your information from resume sites and then pose as an employer offering you a job.
You may be led into a false sense of security when it comes to chip-enabled credit cards, at least for now.
Now that Carnival is back in our backyard, scammers will use that as a tactic to get your personal information.
37-year-old Dino John Marks and 37-year-old Marlena McMillen were arrested Friday night at the Surfside Condominium after hotel staff member…
A cashier at a local fast food restaurant recently tried to steal a coworker’s debit card at the drive-thru. Experts say it’s better to use …
After receiving a haircut the couple scammed the salon out of $1,300 worth of products.
The store was scammed out of four thousand dollars by a couple running a pre-paid credit card scam along the Gulf Coast.
The Department of Justice announced the arrest of 22 scammers in a network of call centers located in the U.S. and India.
There is a method to the madness–why scammers call you at all hours of the night.
Scammers are texting people, making it look like an urgent message from your bank.
A scammer is impersonating Jimmie Gardner on Facebook. Gardner is a candidate for mayor of Prichard and Prichard’s former police chief.
Tree experts will be checking out one of the famous Toomer’s Oaks at Auburn University after someone set it on fire Saturday night. Auburn…
Experts warn people to look for scientific proof, and not rave reviews of products claiming to protect against mosquitoes.
Experts say the call block apps for your cell phone aren’t a good idea for a couple of reasons.
Officials say scammers find their targets by scanning the obituaries.