Home Depot: US Credit Card Firms Slow To Upgrade SecurityCredit card company Visa and Mastercard are using security measures prone to fraud putting retailers and customers at risk, said Home Depot in a federal lawsuit.
Self Checkout Terminals Latest Target For Card SkimmersSelf-checkout terminals in retail stores are the latest target for criminals that use tiny devices called skimmers to steal credit card information.
Key West Wedding Planner Charged With Fraud, TheftA Key West woman who listed herself online as a wedding planner is accused of defrauding two couples who paid her to plan their weddings.
Tampa Police Employee Going To Prison For Identity TheftA former employee of Tampa's police department is going to prison for her role in an identity theft scheme.
Teen Accused Of Posing As Doctor Offered Plea DealA teenager accused of impersonating a doctor was in Palm Beach court Wednesday for a plea hearing.
Miami Doctor Sentenced To Prison For Medicare FraudA Miami doctor has been sentenced to nine years in prison and ordered to pay more than $30 million in restitution for his part in a Medicare fraud scheme.
22 Charged In Miami Drug Money Laundering OperationNearly two dozen people have been charged in an international money laundering case that funneled cash to drug trafficking cartels through Miami-based businesses.
Miami Fugitive On Run For 20 Years Found In NicaraguaAfter being on the run for almost 20 years, a fugitive from Miami is back in federal custody following his arrest in Nicaragua.
Aviation Company Owner Charged With Defrauding Miami Int'l AirportThe former owner of an aviation company is facing charges for a scheme to defraud the Miami International Airport.
Palm Beach Man Sentenced For $80 Million Ponzi SchemeIt's 20 years in prison for a Palm Beach County man who bilked investors out of $80 million in a virtual concierge business.
Former FastTrain Chief To Be Sentenced In MayThe former chief of a for-profit college which defrauded the government in a multimillion dollar scam will be sentenced this May.
Lawmakers Look To Curb Unemployment FraudA House panel on Monday unanimously approved a measure aimed at cracking down on unemployment fraud based on identity theft --- a practice lawmakers say is spiraling out of control.