A new study reveals that spam now makes up 80% of all email.
The Better Business Bureau says scam artists are still stealing identities by going through people's mail and trash.
The North Carolina Secretary of State's office is re-sounding the alarm about "free lunch retirement seminars."
A viewer from Winterville didn't fall for a scam he received in the mail, and he told "Scam Alert" about it to protect you, too.
The N.C. Attorney General says hundreds of North Carolinians are getting robo calls from overseas, trying to steal identities.
You may think your new friend loves you, but they would really love to take your money.
The Better Business Bureau of Eastern Carolina says, be wary of banks that offer to establish credit or clear debt by buying new credit cards.
The Better Business Bureau of Eastern Carolina says not one customer of G.F. Services has ever reported getting what the company promised.
A person claiming to be a widow in a Russian hospital wants you to help her help others.
A WITN viewer showed us a new version of an email scam that claims you have an inheritance coming.
The N.C. Attorney General's Office is warning people about the company, Debt Be Gone Credit Specialists.
The FBI is warning people to beware of computer viruses hidden in e-cards.
There's a search underway in Columbia, South Carolina for two scam artists who stole $86,000 from a senior citizen.
The American Council on Education says GED test scams are on the rise.
Be cautious of emails claiming to be from the FBI.
Greenville Police say an email about brutal beatings of young women is not true.
See if you have any mail or emails from the companies on this list.
A viewer from Aurora show WITN the email scammers tried to trick him with.
Ever wonder about those "Going Out of Business" sales that never seem to go away?
N.C. Secretary of State says do not "send these crooks any money."
A Grifton woman was the target of a fake lottery check scam.
Personal Data is being compromised at record levels.
The N.C. Attorney General is warning people about car warranty extension offers.
A woman is charged with scamming potential parents across the country.
The N.C Attorney General's Office warns of another way scammers will pull on your heart strings to get control of your purse strings.
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