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Deputies warn of kidnapping scams

Families report receiving phone calls claiming their children have been kidnapped. Find out how the scam works, so you don't fall for it.

DFI tells consumers to value and protect your personal information

The Department of Financial Institutions (DFI) reminds consumers on Data Privacy Day, Jan. 28, to value and protect personal information by being #PrivacyAware.

State reminds KY taxpayers to guard personal information

As part of Tax Identity Theft Awareness Week the Department of Revenue (DOR) is joining other state and federal officials to remind Kentucky taxpayers to safeguard their social security numbers and other personal information.

LemonAID website hacked

No financial information was at risk, authorities say, though some personal information may have been revealed to the hacker.

LemonAID website hacked

No financial information was at risk, authorities say, though some personal information may have been revealed to the hacker.

LemonAID website hacked

No financial information was at risk, authorities say, though some personal information may have been revealed to the hacker.

Beshear, Conway Urge Kentuckians To Avoid Scams

Gov. Steve Beshear and Attorney General Jack Conway are warning consumers to beware of scam artists who might try to dupe them into divulging personal information on websites that mimic those where people can sign up for insurance policies.

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