Hang Up If A Stranger Asks, 'Can You Hear Me?'Someone may be trying to record your voice to steal money. 2 Investigator Dave Savini reports.
Elkhart Man Discovers Home Was Rented Without His KnowledgeMichael Wiebe owns the home, but moved away after he put it on sale last June. The tenants thought they rented the house legitimately.
Lake In The Hills Man Charged With Mortgage Refinancing ScamA northwest suburban man has been charged with luring a couple he met at church into a mortgage refinancing scam.
2 Investigators: Sham Marriage Drains Elderly Man's SavingsNinety-two-year-old Aloysius Mack, who has dementia, was a victim of a form of elder abuse. CBS 2's Pam Zekman reports.
Evanston Police Warn Unauthorized Flier Could Be ScamThe flier, titled Operation Safe Home, says it is for an organization that will paint a home’s address on the curb in exchange for a $20 donation.
Feds Announce Charges In IRS Phone ScamAuthorities say victims in the U.S. have lost a combined $300 million in this type of scam. CBS 2's Pam Zekman reports.
Father, Son, Who Scammed Schools Out Of Millions, Plead GuiltyA suburban father and son accused in 2014 of scamming public school district out of millions — only to post diamonds and rubies to get out of jail — pleaded guilty Tuesday to mail fraud.
Hackers Scam $2.6 Million From City Retirement AccountsFederal authorities are investigating $2.6 million taken from retirement accounts of 58 city employees in the form of fraudulent loans.
Woman Charged With Posing As Federal Official In Housing ScamCynthia Wallace, 45, is charged with one count of falsely assuming and pretending to be an officer of the United States.
IRS Scam Targeting Orland Park Residents: PoliceSomeone claiming to be from the IRS, in many cases with a foreign accent, calls the victim and tells them they need to send money for a “delinquent tax bill” using pre-paid GreenDot debit cards, MoneyGram or other forms of payment, according to a statement from Orland Park police.
Police: Delivery Scam Targeting Palos ParkAuthorities are warning residents in southwest suburban Palos Park against scammers staging a fake delivery, then stealing the victims’ debit card information.
Travel Agent Gets 9 1/2 Years For Scamming People Trying To Get To MeccaThey thought Rashid Minhas could help them make a once-in-a-lifetime pilgrimage to Mecca. But now, one of the travel agent’s former customers knows “a lot of people who would like to see him in a dark alley.”

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