City officials want residents and businesses to know of a scam targeting Xcel Energy customers. The scammers impersonate Xcel Energy employees and tell victims that they are late on a payment and that they need to make one immediately. And if the victims refuse to do so, the scammers say they’ll shut off their power.
Before you purchase tickets to the Vikings 2013 home opener – the final season at the Metrodome – here’s what the Better Business Bureau wants you to know. Buy tickets from a reputable online ticket broker, such as the official NFL online ticket exchange. Apply common sense — if a deal seems too good to be true, it probably is.
Wisconsin consumer protection specialists are warning about a scam targeted at nannies or babysitters.
A woman has been sentenced for taking $8,600 in FEMA relief after Hurricane Katrina, despite the fact that she was living in subsidized housing in Minnesota at the time.
State officials are warning of a scam by a group posing as the Minnesota Department of Revenue that uses claims of tax refunds as bait to obtain personal data.
The state Department of Health is warning Minnesotans to be wary of scam artists selling water treatment systems.
A Twin Cities man was sentenced Monday to two years of probation, to pay more than $20,000 in restitution and to 200 hours of community service for failing to file taxes, knowing his income was obtained from a scam, the Department of Justice said.
If you live in Brown County and get call from the sheriff’s office asking for donations, don’t give out any money: the call is a scam, according to police.
A Minnesota businessman who solicited investors for an alternative energy company that’s admitted to fraud has pleaded guilty to federal charges.
The Minnesota Department of Commerce said they caught a man who allegedly took advantage of senior citizens and swindled them out of $71,500.
Police arrested a juvenile Thursday accused of selling fraudulent entertainment tickets in the Twin Cities.
A crime alert issued Thursday aims to warn residents about a man with a long history of construction scams against the elderly.
Authorities in Edina are warning homeowners of an alleged makeover scam, where people have been reportedly going door-to-door asking residents to inspect their homes.
A United States District Court judge sentenced a Red Wing, Minn., woman Monday to 15 months in prison for using counterfeit money to buy items at retailers like Target only to return them for real cash, court documents showed.
There’s a new scam in town and the crooks aren’t using the Internet to get to their victims.