It’s one of the biggest scams targeting older people right now. We’ve told you about Jamaican lottery schemes before.
It’s time for many parents to apply for financial aid to pay for their children’s college tuition, but a state education agency is warning that it’s also a time when many are taken in by scams.
Lottery scams are not uncommon, but they typically involve a scam artist in another country or at least another state. What makes this latest local case unusual is that a person involved in the scam actually showed up at the victim’s house. KDKA is hiding the victim’s identity for her own safety.
The holidays are the time of year scam artists kick things up a notch, and a woman from Churchill looking to get two puppies suspects she was almost scammed three different times.
A majority of Americans see members of the military and are reminded of their bravery and sacrifices for our freedom. Unfortunately, unethical schemers…
With scams and schemes on the rise, senior citizens remain high-target victims for unethical businesses. In some scams, more than 80 percent of the victims are…
Scam artists often target the elderly and they can be very convincing. The victim in this case is in his 80s. David Highfield interviewed him a few years ago, but what has happened since may shock you.
Millions of homeowners are struggling with loans they cannot afford, and that makes them vulnerable targets for scammers looking to profit off their troubles.
Free plane tickets to celebrate Osama bin Laden’s death? A promise of a free sandwich? Or exclusive video of bin Laden’s corpse? They are just some of the scams the Better Business Bureau is warning people about.
Scam artists are at it again. They’ve found new ways to trick you into giving up your hard earned money, and for some of the victims, the results can be devastating.
Warren King, the President of the Better Business Bureau of Western Pennsylvania, joined KDKA’s Mike Pintek to discuss scams that are infiltrating the Pittsburgh region.
Working from home is something that a lot of people would love to do. But while most of those “work from home” offers are nothing more than a scam, some of them are for real and pay well. If you are looking for a work from home job be skeptical, be ready to check and double check the company and read every smidgen of small print.