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Lottery scam targets people in Michiana


Warning: Beware the 'one ring' phone scam


Scammers threatening to shut off utilities if customers don't pay artificial balance


Berrien Co. fraudsters claiming to be sheriff's deputies in latest scam


Senior's weakness for scams may be warning sign of dementia


Scammers calling Michigan residents posing as health dept. officials


ISP warns against series of phone scams


I&M Power says reported imposter was actually a contractor


Is it love? Maybe not, as romance scams proliferate


Social Security scammers appear to be calling from real SSA


Police warn of increase in fraudulent emails with malicious links, attachments.


Cabbie credited with saving 87-year-old woman from scammer


Scammers try to swipe your SSN and some cash


Police warn about Netflix phishing scam


Beware of 'free trial' scams on the internet


Feds: Impostors claim to be grandkids on phone, scam thousands in cash from victims


Scammers sending infected emails while posing as IRS, Dept. of Revenue


Federal officials warn public of a nationwide jury duty scam


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