A Wichita Falls resident is trying to get the word out about a scam that she fell for after one phone call.
Phone scammer takes pity on would-be victim after learning she's pregnant.
You know things are bad when even Treasury officials get hit with a tax scam.
Do not get hit by the "Dirty Dozen" tax scams. Each year, IRS releases its list of tax scams and some are new ... while others - like identity theft - are repeats.
Wichita Falls PD's Financial Crimes Unit is investigating cash advance scams that have been emerging in the area.
Police make a third arrest in a forgery case revolving around Craigslist. 32 year old Laura Lovejoy is charged with engaging in organized criminal activity, forgery.
Police say Illinois woman faked cancer in order to collect donations.
Lottery officials say Oklahomans are getting phone calls from an 873 area code phone number and the person on the other end is making false claims.
Looking for tickets to a concert or sporting event? There’s one scam you should know about.
It had all the markings of a scam, the promise of astronomical returns on an investment. Never any losses. But a large group of investors trusted it was all true because the ringleader was family.
How did one con-artist string along his victims and walk away with millions? This scam was one very elaborate scheme.
If you get a call from someone claiming to be with the IRS, be suspicious!
An email offering free credit score reports for seven days is actually out to score your money.
The BBB is warning of the latest scam. In a new twist, scammers are using "jury duty" to commit identity theft or steal your money.
Fort Belknap Electric is warning customers in Archer, Throckmorton, Young and Jack Counties about a scam that could cost plenty.
We're going to tell you about four words to listen for when someone is trying to sell you an investment.
If you pick up your phone and see a missed call from a number you don't recognize, you may want to think twice about calling back.
At the end of every investment scam, there is a lesson learned. Here is the takeaway from one particular scheme… and it just might save you a fortune.
Almost everybody has one, but according to the Federal Trade Commission, email is the most common way scammers attack us. But still, many people take unnecessary risks with their emails. We’ve got three things to avoid.
Florida and Federal authorities have shutdown a "free" medical-device scam that bilked thousands of seniors around the nation out of millions of dollars.