Colorado Springs police say someone who received a phone call demanding ransom for a kidnapped relative was the target of a scam.
State officials have issued a warning about a phone scam they’re seeing more and more of.
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.