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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – On Thursday the Stamp Out Mail Scams awareness campaigned was announced at a Lexington post office. The Attorney General Andy Beshear...
Several Facebook users are worried their Facebook accounts are being cloned. According to Facebook, that is not happening.
A warning tonight from a Kentucky fire department.
Kentucky American Water wants to remind customers to be wary of individuals posing as water company employees trying to gain access to customers’ homes.
The Kentucky Office of the Attorney General announced it recently received reports from seniors and veterans who say scammers tried to steal their monthly Social Security or veteran benefit.
Kentucky Utilities say customers are reporting scam activity, usually three or four a week, but they have had 40 scam reports today.
Wilmore Police are warning people about a scam involving Kentucky Utilities.
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - According to the BBB fake check scams are on the rise. They say fake checks are used in a variety of...
The Woodford Sun says multiple sources are reporting a scam in Woodford County.
PARIS, Ky. (WTVQ)- A scam alert was issued on Wednesday for people who live in Paris. Officials say people in the community have been receiving...
According to Attorney General Andy Beshear, renting a luxury log cabin on 10 acres in Fayette County for less than $750 a month is likely too good to be true.
Many of the properties have already been rented or purchased.
The “$250 Kroger Shopping Coupon” giveaway is not in affiliation with the company.
The Burnside Police Department warns people of a possible scam.
A Better Business Bureau report shows sweepstakes and prize scams claimed over $115 million from Americans in 2017, with the majority of losses suffered by senior citizens.
According to the Better Business Bureau, a new phone scam, impersonating government agencies has been reported.
Scammers are targeting Medicare enrollees waiting for their new card, according to the attorney general.
The Georgetown Fire Department says someone is calling people posing as a fund raising organization.
Attorney General Andy Beshear issued a new scam alert Thursday, after two Kentuckians reported losing nearly $900,000 this year to scammers promising access to gold markets and millions in investment returns.
A business in Georgetown has been accused of scamming customers, and now the police are getting involved.