They are known as "spoof" calls - where a caller deliberately falsifies information to your caller ID display to disguise their identity. We take a look at what can be done to stop them in this week's 'Don't be a Victim' report.
If you have received a call from someone claiming to be from the IRS, you are not alone. Tax scam calls have soared by over 1,200 percent this year, but that's not the only method these scammers are using.
Police believe the discovery of skimmer at a pump at a Citgo gas station on Habersham Street this month is an isolated incident, but it's not the first time that these devices have been used to rip people off in our area at gas stations and ATM's.
It's being called the worst hack of personal data in U.S. History. In this week's "Don't be a Victim" report, we look at what you need to do now to protect your credit in the wake of the Equifax breach.
Sexual assault is a crime that can have long-lasting consequences—both physical and mental. This past weekend, several women took part in a free self-defense seminar hosted by the Rape Crisis Center and Fit to Fight Georgia to learn skills to fend off an attacker.
Don't be a Victim while away on Vacation School will be back in session soon—and many of us will be trying to sneak in some vacation time before that happens. But don't be a victim while you are away from home. In this week's segment, we talked to SCMPD Crime Prevention Officer Marvi