Credit Card Fraud
Every day crooks are coming up with new ways to steal people’s identity and credit card information. On Tuesday detectives from across Colorado were learning new ways to stop them.
Denver police would like the public’s help locating two suspects who they say stole a woman’s wallet and attempted to commit credit card fraud.
Investigators say a movie theater in Loveland was apparently targeted by thieves who were stealing credit card numbers.
Weld County seems to be the latest county in Colorado to be targeted by debit/credit card scammers.
Someone is going on a spending spree with other people’s credit card accounts in Larimer County. There are more than 300 victims in the town of Loveland alone.
The Teller County sheriff and three of his deputies are among at least 100 people victimized by a credit card scam.
Investigators are trying to figure out who is stealing credit card information from victims along Interstate 70. At least 140 people in Adams and Arapahoe Counties have been ripped off in recent weeks.
Suspects have already stolen credit card numbers from hundreds of people in Longmont and others in at least eight states. Now the Secret Service is trying to catch them. Credit card fraud is a multi-billion dollar business.