Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley wants people to be aware of potential charity scams related to the Boston Marathon bombings.
A 22-year-old Reading man is under house arrest, after allegedly scamming Woburn residents out of at least $225,000 dollars.
Hingham Police Chief Michael Peraino received two checks in the mail for over $5,000.
Massachusetts AG Martha Coakley claims in a civil action filed this week that a wedding videography company scammed dozens of newlywed couples.
NStar issued a warning Wednesday about a growing scam that’s targeting its electricity customers.
The Massachusetts attorney general says it was the biggest fare evasion scheme in the agency’s history.
The website posts personal information about the men. Then they are contacted by a supposed attorney who says they can pay $4,000 to get their names taken off.
A second New Hampshire woman has come forward saying she was bilked out of $25,000 in an online dating scam.
A New Hampshire woman who thought she’d found Mr. Right has been scammed out of $25,000.
A woman reported that a man came to her door to say he would be cutting some of her neighbor’s trees before she was robbed.
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