Nevada AG Laxalt Announces Consumer Protection WeekDuring this annual event, government agencies and other national organizations share tips and information that help consumers understand their rights, protect their personal information and avoid fraud and other scams.
Learn How To Prevent Fraud During National Consumer Protection WeekEducation and awareness is the best line of defense against becoming a victim of fraud, so that's why the Nevada Consumer Affairs is hosting a free Consumer Fraud Prevention Fair in Las Vegas on March 9 at the Las Vegas Clark County Library, 1401 E. Flamingo Road.
Laxalt Warns Nevadans of Make-A-Wish ScamA scammer calls and informs the receiver that he or she has won a large reward as part of a sweepstakes sponsored by the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Henderson Police Warn Of Telephone ScammersThe scammer calls the victim, claiming they did not complete their past IRS tax return correctly and now they owe penalties.
Government Suing DeVry University for Misleading ConsumersLawsuit alleges DeVry fluffed up numbers regarding job placement and income levels to attract students to its campuses locally and nationwide.
Nevada AG, Others Protest Random Cellphone ChargesNevada's top prosecutor is joining her counterparts in more than three dozen other states and territories to protest random charges on consumers' cellphone bills.