A victim of identity theft turned amateur sleuth in Ontario and helped catch the suspect who was using her debit card information to pay for his gas, according to authorities.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power warned customers Wednesday of criminals posing as employees trying to collect money on supposed overdue bills.
A Santa Monica woman sued the city for $1.7 billion because she believes newly-installed parking meters are making her sick.
ProtectMyID’s Ken Chaplin shares his top tips to protect yourself from identity theft.
The former police chief of Costa Mesa is coming forward to confirm that the reason he was suspended in 2010 – and that he ultimately resigned – was because he abused a city credit card, a newspaper reported.
City Controller Wendy Greuel believes the violation could just be the “tip of the iceberg” when it comes to the Coliseum Commission.
Adam Levin of Identity Theft 911 & Credit.com visited the KCAL 9 studios Thursday to talk about the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
As the U.S. economic recovery begins to show signs of slowing, more Americans are facing mounting debt totals while their pocketbooks continue to shrink — and minorities may be the hardest hit.
It’s estimated the policy shift will boost the school’s dwindling coffers by over $6.5 million a year.
A judge has thrown out a $75 million lawsuit filed against the Kardashian sisters after they yanked their endorsement of a prepaid debit card that was criticized for its high fees.
A Fullerton woman suspected of stealing identification and credit cards across Southern California is facing several possible felonies.
Consumers borrowed more in January to purchase new cars but were once again frugal with credit card purchases, offering a mixed sign of their confidence in the economy.
The next time you’re getting rung up at your favorite store, you won’t have to hand over your personal info along with your card.
Google is working on a new computer chip and software upgrade that the company believes will eventually enable mobile phones to replace credit cards.
An investigation found that the superintendent of the Compton Unified School District had made about $14,000 in personal charges on the district card, some of which she has yet to pay back.
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