Savannah Police said a woman repeatedly ripped-off people in tough financial situations, including homeless veterans, out of thousands of dollars, taking thousands of dollars from non-profits and charities meant to help people in need and moving those people into homes she didn't actually own.
Two-thirds of Americans agree that fraud has reached a crisis level in our nation, according to a new report by the AARP. Consumer Investigator Caresse Jackman spoke with them about the methods criminals are using to steal money and common misconceptions about fraud.
Newly released records show that the 6-year-old child at the center of a death investigation in Hinesville was also involved in a different investigation by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation nearly three years ago.
Earlier this month, WTOC Investigates introduced you to a man who was in a dire financial situation after he says a TitleMax agent misled him... leaving him with a loan, he feared he’d never be able to pay-off.
Earlier this year, WTOC Investigates broke down the millions of dollars in fines a Savannah-based company now faces for their lending and sales practices. We're hearing from a local man who said he was one of the people impacted by those deceptive techniques.