Tax Preparer Guilty For Filing More Than $2.7 Million In Fake Tax ReturnsAuthorities said the suspect included false items on her clients' tax returns, including bogus charitable contributions, capital losses, and unreimbursed employee expenses--such as meals and transportation expenses.
U.S. Marshals Urge Nevadans To Watch Out For Phone ScamsOfficials are urging people to report the calls not only to their local U.S. Marshals Service office, but also to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
Settlement Reached In Fake Veterans Charity ScamThe settlement resolves allegations that VietNow misrepresented its charitable programs to donors by appointing a receiver to dissolve VietNow. As a result of this multi state settlement, the organization VietNow will be dissolved.
Laxalt Investigates Sham Websites Exploiting Shooting VictimsSince receiving complaints from local consumers, Laxalt's office successfully shut down a sham Facebook page last week with the help of employees at the social media company.
Henderson Police Warning Residents About Workforce ScamPolice said the suspects held fake meetings in Southern Nevada between July 9 and August 5, 2017 for the purpose of gathering ID's and Social Security information.
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.
Missed Jury Scam Back For Another Round Of Rip OffsCommunity advised to be careful of scam intended to steal vulnerable victims money through pre-paid credit cards.
Telemarketing Scam Targets Valley ElderlyA Las Vegas man was sentenced Tuesday to 88 months in prison for targeting the elderly as part of a sophisticated telemarketing scam that resulted in the loss of nearly $1.2 million.
Some Former Nevada College Students Can Get Loans CancelledA.G. Laxalt along with attorneys general from 43 other states and the District of Columbia, announced that former Corinthian College students are eligible for federal student loan cancellation.
AG: Vegas Men Indicted For Alleged eBay ScamNevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt indicted 31-year old John Lubera and 21-year old Joseph Lubera, both from Las Vegas. The two were indicted by the Clark County Grand Jury on nine felony charges for their alleged roles in an eBay scam.
10 Years Prison For Man Who Scammed Senior Out Of $300KA 37-year-old Reno man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for exploitation of an older person after prosecutors say he scammed a retired school teacher out of more $300,000.
Where To Buy A Cheap Car OnlineIn place of tiny columns with cryptic abbreviations of a car's conditions, the Internet boasts searchable listings with generous detail and expansive photo galleries.