It’s called spoofing.
Pittsburgh Police are issuing an alert to the public about what they’re calling a sophisticated scam.
KDKA has done a lot of reporting on the record number of car break-ins in Westmoreland County, but recently one happened with a twist and it involved credit card fraud.
A Westmoreland County woman accused of ripping off two elderly women to cover the expenses of her dog show hobby is going to trial.
Police in Washington County have issued a warning after a man tried to gain entry to a home, claiming to be an alarm company employee.
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.