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Unfortunately, consumer scams are nothing new to the D.C. metro area, but one recent scam is claiming to represent a government agency.
Dominion Power is warning customers that scammers are trying to get their personal information by threatening to turn off their electricity.
Virginia's attorney general is warning residents to be wary of holiday scam artists.
Montgomery County Police are warning people about a telephone scam after responding to five incidents in the Friendship Heights area since October.
The Olympics aren't even over and an email scam has surfaced, posing as a video detailing a scandal on the U.S. gymnastics team.
Dominion Virginia Power is warning its customers about a scam offering payment for your high summer utility bills through a federal program.
Maryland's comptroller is issuing a warning about a scam that targets many involved in the military.
Two Belarussian nationals have been convicted in Virginia of conspiring to enter fraudulent marriages so they could obtain permanent U.S. resident status.
It is a scam that is becoming more and more common.
Consumers are not used to seeing emails from the Internal Revenue Service in their inboxes, so when they do, many click and shouldn't.