“I think he’s a worthless piece of crap, that he would steal from me and my children.”
The Los Angeles Police Department is warning the public about a new scam targeting LADWP customers.
People were cheated out of hundreds of dollars for a bogus list of homes and apartments for rent in what detectives have called a phony rental referral operation.
In place of tiny columns with cryptic abbreviations of a car’s conditions, the Internet boasts searchable listings with generous detail and expansive photo galleries.
The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office has announced the arrest of a couple — a convenience store clerk and her fiance — for trying to scam the California Lottery.
An estimated one in five seniors has fallen victim to a financial scam, with only a fraction of such incidents ever reported to authorities, Los Angeles County prosecutors said Monday.
State authorities say the men were arrested Wednesday on an indictment charging them with grand theft, income tax evasion and conspiracy.
The same scam artist ripped off a car dealership for $6,000.
Officials are warning the public Wednesday about a sophisticated phone scam that is trying to extort money out of unsuspecting people.
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s detectives were sought the public’s help Thursday in identifying two women wanted in connection with a fraudulent check cashing scam.
A Los Angeles man was ordered to pay close to $10 million in restitution and serve 18 months in federal prison for a healthcare scam that exploited thousands of homeless people.
A former Southland woman accused of faking a breast cancer diagnosis for money was scheduled to appear in court Thursday.
Three people were arrested last week for allegedly scamming a 67-year-old woman out of $34,000 in cash and jewelry, according to Torrance police.
Klarissa Castro filed the lawsuit against Jennifer Williams in Los Angeles Superior Court Wednesday, alleging fraud and both intentional and negligent infliction of emotional distress, according to City News Service.
The Department of Consumer Affairs has recorded several complaints from consumers who received phony letters in the mail that look like official government documents.