Attorney General Mark Brnovich today issued a scam alert reminding college basketball fans to watch out for fake ticket scams ahead of the NCAA Final Four Games. High profile sporting events are prime targets for scammers.
A Glendale couple lost $4000 in a sophisticated scam with a new twist aimed at loving grandparents.
You've likely heard about the Grandparent Scam, but most seniors aren't thinking about getting ripped off, so many still don't know about it. The scheme is run by clever, informed actors who know exactly how to get seniors to do what they want.
The scammers are back and this time they have a much more sophisticated method of stealing your money. It’s called the “one ring scam” and it’s designed to rack up major charges to your bill.
The Pinal County Sheriff's Office is warning residents about a scam that is back. Residents are again receiving phone calls asking for donations, from individuals claiming to be a part of the Sheriff's Posse.
Nowadays it seems anything can be easily hacked, from your computer, phone and even your car.
Hackers always find new ways to get to at your personal data especially through your phone.
When a highway closes or you’re just looking for possible routes, it’s natural to consult a navigation app or GPS unit. But drivers need to apply common sense to a computer’s suggestions, starting with not taking buses and other vehicles that aren’t up to the task down unpaved roads.
Don't fall victim to the latest scam circulating around the country. If you receive a call from someone asking, "Can you hear me?" police are warning you to hang up immediately.
The 2017 tax has started with the Internal Revenue Service starting to accept 2016. As more workers want their W-2s, there's an old scam that has returned.
Snow in Arizona’s high country is a magnet for desert dwellers looking to ski, sled, make snowmen and have snowball fights.
‘Tis the season... to get scammed on Facebook.
Two scams called the “Secret Sister Gift Exchange” and the “Secret Wine Bottle Exchange” are spreading across Facebook like wildfire, and unfortunately, users are falling for it.
As the Valley’s largest electric provider SRP is encouraging customers to stay safe this holiday season as they bring decorative lights, surge protectors and extension cords out of storage to celebrate the holidays.
Travel Arizona’s highways this week and you’ll see this message on overhead signs: