Southern California Edison (SCE) is advising customers to be aware of a new telephone scam that is demanding immediate payment for allegedly past due electricity bills.
Every business that accepts credit cards can become a target for counterfeiters. By elevating your attention to certain details, you might prevent your shop, restaurant or service establishment from being victimized by this crime.
In Brea we are fortunate to live in a low crime city, where crime prevention is a key weapon in the police department's arsenal. While crime occurs even in the safest cities, many of those crimes are preventable, and you can help. Read on for easy tips and guidelines.
The Brea Police Department urges every Brea resident to use caution when offered a deal. Whether an approach is made in person, via email, or even on a street sign, financial scams can flourish in a recessionary economy. As shameless as it is, many con artists ramp up activity when people are vulnerable.
Identity theft involves acquiring key pieces of someone’s identifying information, such as name, address, date of birth, social security number, and mother’s maiden name, in order to impersonate them.
Find out what you can to help prevent yourself from becoming a holiday shopper victim.
Scammers are targeting people having trouble paying their mortgages. The Federal Trade Commission, the nation's consumer protection agency, and the Brea Police Department want you to know how to avoid scams that could make your housing situation go from bad to worse.
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