A simple click of a mouse could be yet another way thieves are trying to steal your personal information.
A “minimum investment” of $100,000 is asked for.
The FBI is investigating three Oahu cases this year, all involving seniors.
One local company recently had its name stolen. Schemers even hired people using the newly created website as a recruiting tool.
The school’s principal says crews are already looking at replacing five of the 10 water fountains on campus.
Special agent Tom Simon says the FBI has taken several calls a week on this particular scheme for the last two years.
If you are thinking about applying for a job that allows you to work from home, you may want to think twice.
The allure of getting free money from the government often draws a lot of interest, especially from those looking for financial help.
Officials say the wheelchair lift at Iolani Palace was not designed for heavy use and became inoperable sometime in 2012 or 2013.
The caller is supposed to prepay for the work done on a supposedly well-paying job from a TTY service.
There are 145 hotels in the state, which makes the islands a big target for some gifted con artists.
Thieves install skimmers, or fake card readers, in hopes of stealing the information off your card.
An abandoned church on Palolo Avenue is getting some unwanted attention according to residents who live nearby.
Better Business Bureau’s Scam Tracker has received numerous reports from consumers targeted by credit repair schemes.
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When they tried to get back home, they found out at the airport that they didn’t have return tickets.
The Honolulu Police Department is investigating two cases of second-degree theft against Archipelago Travel.
KHON2’s Action Line received several calls from families who lost money after booking a trip with a travel agent.
While some door-to-door visits are legitimate, there are some things you should look out for.
The Better Business Bureau says, first, do your research.