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Home Depot, Menards Face Lawsuits

Home Depot and Menards are being accused of deceiving the buyers of four-by-four boards, the big brother to the ubiquitous two-by-four. The alleged deception: Menards and Home Depot market and sell the hefty lumber as four-by-fours without specifying that the boards actually

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Smart Appliances Eavesdropping on Your Personal Identity

Mike Galley of WRNJ welcomes Certified Identity Theft Risk Management Specialist Heather Wagenhals to warn listeners of smart appliances eavesdropping on your personal identity in places you had no idea were possible. Tune in to this interview as Heather shocks listeners by revealing ways

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Fyre Festival Scam Files $100 Million Lawsuit

The Fyre Festival hype was nothing more than a scam, which lead several concert fans stranded on the island with little to no food, water and shelter.   Now fans are filing a $100 million class-action lawsuit against the organizers of the now-infamous

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Southwest Facebook Scam

When a tempting offer is dressed up with an official logo and endorsements from friends, it’s all too easy to forget the telltale warning signs of a scam. Right now an enticing scam is circulating on Facebook promising travelers a

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Wayne Allyn Root on Trump’s Taxes

The Old Gray Lady, aka the New York Times, not Hillary Clinton, just attacked Donald Trump for supposedly paying no income taxes. The New York Times knows exactly what it’s doing. It’s called fraud. It’s also called bait and switch. They

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Army Recruitment Scandal

The National Guard Recruiting Assistance Program was established to increase enlistment in the armed forces during the Iraq war. Soldiers who signed up as recruiting assistants were compensated if one of their referrals enlisted. If one of their referrals went through to

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Fortuneteller Pays $1.2M After Pleading Guilty to Fraud and Money Laundering

A fortuneteller recently plead guilty and charged with one count of mail fraud and one count of money laundering.  Sandra Stevenson Marks, also known as Catherine Marks will now be required to repay victims at least $1.2 million, according to a plea agreement.

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Uber Scammers Take Users For a (Very Expensive) Ride

Uber is a well-known multinational online transportation network that allows passengers to get to and from their destination at a reasonable, and convenient price. Unfortunately, that reasonable price has hit the scam artist market and prices are unknowingly rising to customers.

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WNJC Interviews Heather Wagenhals on the Latest Stolen Tax Refund Scam

Brian Greenberg, host of The Greenberg News Show on WNJC 1360 AM, interviews Heather Wagenhals, Certified Identity Theft Risk Management Specialist and Personal Finance Expert on the topic of stolen tax refund. Did you know thieves can potentially steal your tax refund

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Vacation Scam Warnings with Heather Wagenhals on WDUN Radio

Bill & Joel, hosts of “The Morning Show” on WDUN AM 550 Radio interview Heather Wagenhals, Certified Identity Theft Risk Management Specialist and Personal Finance Expert on the topic of vacation scams. Tune in to this interview to hear details on this

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