Social Security Numbers
Concerns about fraud have led to what the Colorado Department of Revenue called a major undertaking to change the way it issues some tax refunds this year.
Almost every senior carries a Medicare care and scammers are using that information to try to get personal information.
Social Security numbers appear on Medicare cards. Federal legislation proposed last year would have changed that, but it failed.
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.
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.
A seventh member of the Aurora City Council has fallen victim to identity theft.
Police are warning of threatening phone calls and the people on the other end of the line are conning victims into giving them their personal information.
It’s always good advice — but it’s advice that’s even more appropriate now in the wake of the most recent security breach.
An audit of Colorado’s state computers shows they’re at “high risk” of an online attack.