The Better Business Bureau has a warning about a computer scam that’s going around. It’s actually an old scam with a new twist.
We’ve heard the story before, and this one’s just as heart breaking.
If you shop online, be aware of a phony email that’s circulating.
A western Pennsylvania couple face dozens of theft and related charges for allegedly going door-to-door selling pizza kit supposedly to raise money for their young daughter’s ballet lessons, but which police say the couple really used to buy drugs.
Pittsburgh-based health insurer Highmark Inc. is warning people that a fake job recruiter has been contacting people, apparently seeking personal identify information from people over the phone.
A Monroeville woman is $2,000 poorer after she was targeted in a telephone scam.
The butcher shop on Butler Street in Lawrenceville is a place that needs to stay cool. If it doesn’t, their product spoils pretty fast. That’s way a call late Wednesday freaked out owner Mike Rado.
There’s a new scam alert for Pennsylvania Turnpike EZ Pass customers.
In place of tiny columns with cryptic abbreviations of a car’s conditions, the Internet boasts searchable listings with generous detail and expansive photo galleries.
Officials are warning the public, after thieves stole $3,000 worth of cash and jewelry out of a local woman’s home.
Everybody likes to get a package in the mail, but the U.S. Postal Service is warning that scam artists are taking advantage of that.
We love our phones, but the bill, not so much.
Duquesne Light is warning customers about a scam that appears to be targeting local businesses.
The Isabella family living on Maytide Street in Overbrook got a wake-up call from the FBI early Friday morning. The agents had a search and seizure warrant.
Franklin Park Police Chief Donald Dorsch has seen scams hit the area before, but a national one that’s now targeted two local residents is something new.