The scenarios have become all too frequent, and we know the names and the places:
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is warning consumers to be cautious of mailings that claim consumers owe money for an “Annual Minutes” or “Annual Corporate Minutes” requirement for their businesses.
As we approach the Memorial Day weekend, children are excited about the end of school and thoughts of not having to get up early, dealing with teachers or homework.
Pinal County Treasurer Dodie Doolittle said her office has received calls regarding a tax scam targeting some local residents.
Burglary is a relatively common crime, often easier to perpetrate than you might think.
Getting ready to do an outdoor project that involves digging? Before starting that project, before putting a shovel to dirt, learn about and practice safe digging. YOU MUST CALL 811 BEFORE EVERY DIGGING PROJECT! It’s free and it’s the law!
Flashing orange lights. Bright orange traffic cones. Striped barrels and barricades.
You’re entering a work zone.
SRP wants to alert you to a growing wave of utility scams so you can be prepared if a scammer contacts you. The latest scam involves a phone call in which the scam artist plays a recording that impersonates our phone messaging system.
Criminals, masquerading as APS employees, are calling residential and small business customers and threatening to disconnect their electric service unless an outstanding balance is paid.
Attorney General Mark Brnovich issued a consumer alert to help football fans avoid ticket scams before the Arizona Cardinals NFL Playoff Game on Saturday, January 16, 2016. With such a high demand for tickets, this high profile football game is a prime target for scammers trying to sell counterfeit tickets.
Anyone who uses a credit card can fall victim to a “Skimmer” if they are not careful. While the Department is increasing its steps to combat skimmers on gas pumps; please recognize that skimmers can be installed on ANY device that is used for credit or debit card transactions.
The state’s two largest fire fighter organizations – the Professional Fire Fighters of Arizona and the United Phoenix Fire Fighters Association – today are issuing a warning to Arizona residents: Beware of scammer telephone solicitors who claim they’re affiliated with fire fighters groups and claim to be raising money to help burn victims.