Tax season isn’t just a busy time for people trying to get their returns – it’s also a busy time for scammers.
It’s called spoofing.
Pittsburgh Police are issuing an alert to the public about what they’re calling a sophisticated scam.
The death of Robin Williams stunned a lot of people.
If you shop online, be aware of a phony email that’s circulating.
Most families have a safety plan to follow when severe weather strikes. But when the sky clears and cleanup begins, don’t let your guard down.
Local police and the Better Business Bureau are both warning people about the dangers of being robbed and scammed by people who are claiming to be door-to-door salespeople.
A fabulous loft downtown, a home in the suburbs, a luxury townhouse on the slopes – what do these locations all have in common?
Just in time for tax season, there’s a new scam you need to know about.
You buy a lottery scratch-off ticket and dream of winning. Shaun Heckmann won $1,000 more than a year ago; but then this week, he received a call.
Don’t think you’re too smart to get taken. Some of the newest scams have twists and turns you might never expect.