BBB: Cell Phone Users Targeted For Money, Personal InformationThere is a new identity theft scam making the rounds that involves hackers are using phone numbers to drain bank accounts.
Equifax Breach: What You Need To Do NowEquifax's security lapse could be the largest theft involving Social Security numbers, among the most common methods to confirm identity.
Wayzata Police Warning Residents Of Mail TheftsThe Wayzata Police Department is advising residents to be careful with their outgoing mail after several reports of thefts overnight.
Credit Card Skimmers Lead To Identity Theft At The Gas PumpCredit card skimmers that are installed into the gas pump allow thieves to steal your information when you fill up your vehicle.
Former HCMC Employee Pleads Guilty To Identity TheftA 35-year-old Fridley woman has pleaded guilty to fraudulently using patients' credit cards while she worked at the Hennepin County Medical Center, the county attorney's office announced Tuesday.
Man Accused Of 22 Identity Thefts Around Metro Area, Washington Co.A 26-year-old man has been charged with stealing the identities of 22 people in Minnesota, according to the Washington County Attorney's Office.
2 Former Finance Professionals Charged With Exploiting SeniorsState commerce officials are advising senior citizens and their families to be vigilant over their bank accounts after two former finance professionals were charged with exploiting senior clients.
Wisconsin Sees Increase Of Identity Theft ComplaintsWisconsin consumer protection officials compiling a list of top complaints in 2015 say identity theft is on the rise.
4 Things To Know For Dec. 25, 2015 Here's a look at the four things you need to know for Dec. 25, 2015.
5 Charged In Dakota County Identity Theft RingFive people have been charged in Dakota County in a suspected identity theft ring that authorities believe impacted more than 150 victims.
Commerce Dept.: Criminals Posing As Police In ID Theft CallsMinnesotans beware: criminals are aiming to steal your money by posing as members of law enforcement over the phone. The Minnesota Commerce Department says phone scammers are calling people and claiming they are investigating an identity fraud case that involves the victim.
St. Paul Day Care Owner Accused Of Swindling State Assistance Program A former St. Paul day care owner is accused of swindling more than $11,000 from a state program designed to help low-income families pay for child care.