Everyday in East Texas, there are numerous scamming attempts. Just a daily look at area police reports will bear that out. There always seems to be someone reporting that their financial information was compromised or that someone tried to get secure information through a phone call.
Police don't know how they got them all, but two women from Texas are in big trouble for having hundreds of retail and gift cards that had been stolen from other customers. The good news is, in a month or two it's going to be a lot harder for thieves to get use stolen card info.
The IRS has issued its annual warning about the "Dirty Dozen" schemes out there—ways that certain disreputable folks will try to steal your money or methods people use to hide financial information from the tax agency.
Smuggling drugs can be pretty lucrative, but it’s also really dangerous. So a trio of women allegedly turned to contraband of the less obvious variety: counterfeit coupons. Lots and lots and lots of counterfeit coupons.
Greece’s version of Jim Bob Duggar has been exposed as a fraud due to a tiny slip up. The man, whose identity is protected by Greek law, created 19 non-existent children in order to live off of government benefits. Unfortunately, police caught on to the scheme when the man&CloseCurly…