Just days away from tax day a woman in Lakewood received a notice from the IRS saying she owes $43 million.
Denver 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.
A Highlands Ranch woman was scammed out of tens of thousands of dollars by a man she met through an online dating site.
Investigators in Douglas County are warning of a scam involving Green Dot MoneyPaks.
There’s an increase in phone scams across the Front Range, and deputies in Larimer County say one particular scam hits close to home because the scammers claim to be calling from the sheriff’s office.
The first clue it was a scam was the caller’s sense of humor. “We know government has no sense of humor,” Tom Logan said.
Authorities in Boulder are sending a warning to residents about scammers pretending to be police.
Jefferson County deputies have a warning about a scam targeting drivers.
In place of tiny columns with cryptic abbreviations of a car’s conditions, the Internet boasts searchable listings with generous detail and expansive photo galleries.
The tax filing deadline has passed but tax scammers are still trying to get their hands on people’s money.