Scam Tracker Puts Scammers On The MapThe Better Business Bureau has a new tool designed to protect consumers. It's called the Scam Tracker.
Drivers On Northwest Parkway Sent To Collections Before Receiving BillCollectors are contacting drivers accused of not paying tolls on the Northwest Parkway but those drivers claim they never received a bill in the first place.
Scammers Try To Cash In On Vandalized Fallen Officers MemorialDenver police are warning of a new scam that strikes close to home for the department because it tries to cash in on the recent vandalism to the memorial for fallen officers.
BBB Releases Top Complaints, Coloradans Prove To Be ProactiveIt is National Consumer Protection Week, and the Colorado Attorney General's Office took the chance to unveil its annual list of the top ten consumer complaints.
Gov. Hickenlooper Wants A New 'Colorado Gives Day' Record On TuesdayGov. John Hickenlooper on Monday challenged Coloradans to set a new record for generosity in the annual Colorado Gives Day.
Woman Gets $232 Collection Notice From Tollway She Never Drove OnA Littleton woman claimed she received a $232 collection notice for unpaid tolls without ever driving on the Northwest Parkway.
Roofing Scam Targets Hail-Damaged HomesThe Denver chapter of the Better Business Bureau is sending out a warning about a roofing company in Aurora that scammed at least a dozen families in the Denver metro area.
Cellphone Scam: Don't Call That Mysterious Number BackA new scam on cellphones is sweeping the country and its easy to fall victim.
Target Breach Impacting More Customers Than Initially ThoughtTarget announced today the data breach that occurred at its stores during the holiday shopping season is more widespread than initially thought.
Flood Victim Trusts Company With Furniture, Then It Goes MissingA woman whose family was a victim of Colorado's floods has hired a private detective in hopes of getting treasured furniture back from an apparent scam artist.
Don't Fall For Boston Bombing Donation ScamsIt seems to happen after disasters or a tragic event- scammers prey on people looking to do a good thing by donating to a particular cause.
Coloradans Becoming Popular Targets For Magazine ScamsMany Coloradoans have been billed hundreds of dollars for publications they never signed up for. 4 On Your Side Money Saver Suzanne McCarroll talked to victims who say the endless harassment from bill collectors can get hostile.