This story begins in the 1900’s when oil was discovered on Spindletop Hill in Texas the first major gusher of the Texas oil boom.
The BBB and Western Union want to stop scammers this holiday season.
Con-artists claim they can offer you a low-interest mortgage refinance, but in the end they sign you up for a rate much higher than the market.
The Wichita Falls Police Department Financial Crimes Unit is currently investigating a scam that occurred this month.
It’s a scam that has been around for a long time, but it still works.
Here's an example of what can go wrong when one person has too much power in an organization and there's little or no oversight.
Scam artists are targeting the elderly. Click here for details on what to watch out for.
Scammers, crooks and spreaders of computer malware have wasted little time in trying to play off the public's sympathy for the victims of the Boston Marathon tragedy.
The Wichita Falls Police Department is warning residents of a scam in the city.
The Better Business Bureau is warning of a new scam involving a company called Corporate Records Services.
Wichita Falls Police are warning about a new scam invading Texoma.
While flu season may be leveling off, the FDA is advising consumers not to buy unapproved flu medications sold online.
For the second time this month, Dallas-based Southwest Airlines is warning people about a scheme claiming to offer two free tickets.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), law enforcement agencies from Belgium, Denmark, France, Romania and the United Kingdom, and the European Police Office (Europol) seized 132 domain names today that were illegally selling counterfeit merchandise online to unsuspecting consumers.
A bogus e-mail attempts to scam USPS customers.
Thieves targeted vendors of a weekend holiday bazaar that raises money for charity. But thankfully, no one fell victim to the scam.
The North Central Texas Better Business Bureau says scammers are targeting voters with election scams.
The Drug Enforcement Administration has a warning for all of you who might be purchasing prescription drugs online.
If you received an email saying that someone had complained to the better business bureau about your company, the message would probably grab your eye.