Federal prosecutors have charged 14 South Florida with a scheme which proves you don’t need a gun and a mask to rob a bank. They claim the people arrested in this scheme used computers, personal information, and bank transfers to suck money from victims to criminals at the speed of electrons.
On the same night the Miami Dade Gang Task Force was out chasing gang members for the types of crimes what you would normally expect — dealing drugs, stealing cars, and carrying guns. Another operation was taking place, this one involving something you would not expect.
If you have received a text message claiming you have won a $1000 Walmart gift card, it’s not a store promo—it’s part of the latest identity scam
Identity theft has become so prevalent in South Florida that local Internal Revenue Service offices have been forced to limit how many customers can enter their offices earlier this week.
A prominent Holocaust survivor told CBS4 that he is horrified that a 23-year-old Northwest Miami-Dade woman is accused by federal authorities of trying to sell the identity information of 32 holocaust survivors.
A Miami woman has been charged with stealing personal identification information from people at the Jewish Community Services who were seeking help from the Holocaust Survivors Assistance Program.
Police in North Miami Beach say they’ve arrested the leader of a large identity theft ring.
The Federal Trade Commission has some helpful tips on what you should do if you suspect you’ve become the victim of ID Theft. These tips can help you avoid further headaches: Close the accounts that […]