U.S. Attorney Stephen McAllister on Friday issued a reminder for Kansans to be vigilant against scam artists using the COVID-19 pandemic to exploit consumers and organizations and to cheat disaster relief programs.
Denise Groene with the Better Business Bureau joined Eyewitness News Tuesday, Sept. 15 to warn about a scam ramping up during the COVID-19 pandemic. The scam concerns notices that you’ve missed a package delivery.
The Kansas Department of Labor issues a warning that scammers are creating fake pages or profiles on Facebook, disguising themselves as KDOL employees and commenting on KDOL posts, claiming to be able to assist with unemployment insurance (UI) claims.
While many look forward to a financial boost with economic stimulus payments going out, starting next week, advisors warn of a significant increase in scammers trying to steal your money during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Each day, Amazon receives millions of orders. They receive so many, in fact, that when you click the "place order" button, the most you're going to get from the company is an email confirming your order.
With this week's FactFinder Minute, we follow up on a widespread data breach and help to make sure you don't fall for a scam if you're planning to buy tickets to Sunday's AFC Championship game in Kansas City.
It's not a new scam, but it's possibly one you've never heard of before. FactFinder 12 spoke with one quick-thinking woman who avoided falling for it and now, she wants to make sure others do the same.
Next year's census survey will ask for information related to your household, including some demographic information like age and race, as well as a question about your income and how many people live in your household. The census survey will not ask you to hand over sensitive information like your social security number.