An old scam is back, but with a summer twist.
Utility companies are banding together to raise awareness and offer tips to protect their customers after scam artists ripped off an elderly couple in Beechview, stealing money and jewelry.
A couple in the city’s Beechview neighborhood was targeted by scam artists who were pretending to be utility workers on Monday morning.
A Turtle Creek woman is accused of swindling another woman from her church out of nearly $300,000 in gifts, like designer purses and diamond jewelry, by saying it was God’s will.
State Police have issued a warning to Pennsylvania residents about a possible new phishing scam popping up in inbox claiming you ran a red light.
Who can resist buying Girl Scout cookies, not many of us, even if we don’t eat them.
The FBI in Pittsburgh says a Maryland man scammed a South Korean steel company out of $375,000 by pretending to work for a Japanese talent agency on behalf of musician Pharrell Williams.
Two former Georgia state prison inmates are jailed in that state on charges that they phoned Pittsburgh-area residents and scammed six into wiring $990 each, supposedly to pay fines for missing jury duty.
Officials have issued a warning about a scam that tries to trick you into revealing your credit card information.
Westmoreland County is putting out a warning about a new phone scam.
There’s another scam alert.
Elaine Palahunik has never cheated on her taxes, so she was floored to get a call on her answering machine recently telling her to call back or else.
A tax time scam is targeting people all across the nation, including right here in Pittsburgh
State Rep. Brian Ellis says someone pretending to be an IRS agent called his home last week and said he and his wife would be arrested if they didn’t pay nearly $4,000 to settle a supposed debt.
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