Police in Denver are worried about the growing number of cases of people impersonating police officer and other businesses over the phone.
Recently a CBS4 viewer got one of the calls and contacted 4 On Your Side Consumer Investigator Jodi Brooks to check it out.
It starts with a phone call threatening a summons as scammers are using scare tactics to try to get victims to part with their money.
Xcel Energy is warning customers of a phone scam targeting senior citizens in Colorado.
A rattled Denver family has been receiving threatening phone calls warning they owe money and better pay up, but it’s all a scam, and more families are getting those types of phone calls.
A threatening caller demands credit card payments for loans that don’t exist. It’s a scam and the Colorado Bureau of Investigation calls it the No. 1 type of fraud it’s seeing right now.
Scam artists are preying on elderly apartment dwellers in Arvada and police officers said it is impossible to catch them.