Software Scam Is Hard Lesson For VictimsThieves pose as the IRS, the Federal Reserve Bank and even Microsoft, and at a weak moment it’s easy to get taken in by the scam.
Douglas County Ranks In Top 10 Highest Median Incomes Douglas County ranks in the top 10 of highest median incomes among counties in the U.S. falling just below the $100,000 line.
Denver Police Want Help Identifying Purse Snatching SuspectPolice in Denver would like the public's help identifying a suspect in a purse snatching.
Scammers Set Elaborate Ruse Using PayPal EmailsA Northglenn man thought he was selling his boat, but instead he was getting scammed and it was tough to tell because of the emails he was getting.
Western Union Working To Stop ScammersWire transfers send billions of dollars around the world every day. Western Union is one of the well-known names in the wire transfer industry, but now they’re keeping some transfers from going through.
Denver-Area Leaders Head To DC To Talk JobsCity and business leaders from the Denver area are heading to Washington on Friday to discuss jobs and economic development with members of President Barack Obama's administration.
Grandmother Warns Others About Scam Phone CallsIt's an all-too-familiar scam -- someone calls a senior citizen claiming to be a grandchild in trouble and asks to have money wired -- but it's once again making the rounds.
Denver Man Fights 5 Months For Good Customer ServicePoor customer service can be very frustrating, but being pro-active may make a difference when you have a complaint.
Secret Shopper Scam Targets Those In Need Of A JobThe offer is to become a secret shopper, the scam is a void check that you cash and then become responsible for covering when it bounces. It’s a scam that could come addressed to you.
Valentine's Day A Good Time To Warn About 'Sweetheart Scams'Many people say online dating helped them find love, but there also scams, and the Better Business Bureau says the problem is not going away.
Most Work-At-Home Jobs Are Scams, But Some Are LegitEveryone has seen them -- enticing work-at-home job postings that promise people can make a lot of money. They might be tempting during these uncertain economic times, but most of those postings are scams.