Broward Paralegal Settles $2.4 Million Fraud CaseA Broward woman who ran several companies which claimed they would help their customers reduce their student loan debt has settled with the state.
Rehab Center CEO Accused In Kickback SchemeThe CEO of a Delray Beach rehab center is accused of paying more than $325,000 in kickbacks to sober home operators to bring in patients for treatment.
Couple Scams Parkland Pet Store With Phony Credit CardA young couple put on a real 'dog and pony show' at a boutique pet shop in Parkland before taking the store for more than a thousand dollars.
Despite Chip Based Cards, Credit Fraud Is On The RiseThe use of chip-based credit cards in the U.S. was supposed to cut down on fraud and identity theft.
Hollywood Residents Accused Of Bank FraudTwo Hollywood residents who claimed to own millions of dollars in property in New York and Florida are facing a number of fraud charges.
FHP: Driver Uses Remote-Controlled Cover To Hide License Plate At TollsIn an effort to avoid paying the less than $2 tolls along Florida highways, an Apopka man could be facing a rather pricey punishment.
Woman Taken For $10K In Trio's Lotto ScamPolice are looking for two men who assaulted and robbed a woman of thousands of dollars in a lottery scam.
FHP Warns Of Traffic Citation ScamA new scam making the rounds may have popped up in your email concerning a traffic citation.
Dangers Of Debit Card Use During Holiday ShoppingAs you rush to finish your holiday shopping, you may want to avoid using your debit card if you can.
Mommy Blogger Goes After Deceptive Beauty AdsIt’s hard not to notice when a $5 cream promises to make you look 15 years younger.
Overpayment Scam Making A ComebackAn old scam is making a comeback. It's called the 'overpayment scam' in which the criminals promise the victims money but end up ripping them off.
Ex-Concert Promoter Faces Prison In $200 Million FraudA former South Florida concert promoter who staged tours for major acts such as Elton John, the Rolling Stones, and Aerosmith is facing prison for what prosecutors say was a $200 million fraud scheme.