$25M Deal Over Trump University Fraud Lawsuits Moves ForwardA federal appeals court on Tuesday upheld an agreement requiring President Donald Trump to pay $25 million to settle lawsuits accusing his now-defunct Trump University of fraud.
Federal Reserve Imposes New Penalties on Wells FargoThe Federal Reserve is imposing more penalties on Wells Fargo, freezing the bank's growth until it can prove it has improved its internal controls.
DA Clears Up Confusion About Napa County Fire Debris Lien NoticesSome property owners affected by the Napa County wildfires contacted the FBI about what they believed to be fraudulent debris removal bills.
Change-Of-Address Fraud: Easy For Crooks, Hard For Consumers To FixKPIX has learned the problem of mail change-of-address fraud may be much bigger than the U.S. Postal Service has been willing to admit.
Airbnb Hosts Found With Felony Records Despite Background ChecksMillions of people use Airbnb when they travel, trusting the property rental service will be safe. But that’s not always the case.
Wildfire Victims Warned Of Fake Aid Offers, Home Inspection Scams State and federal officials are warning victims of the wildfires in the North Bay to be cautious of scams and fraudulent phone calls as they begin to recover from the fires.
San Jose Moviemaker Sought for Defrauding Clients of His Immigration ConsultancyA San Jose film director and owner of an immigration consulting agency is wanted on suspicion of grand theft for allegedly defrauding 17 people of more than $44,000 for immigration services he never provided.
Santa Cruz Sheriff Warns Of Phone Scammers Posing As DeputiesAuthorities in Santa Cruz County are warning the public about a phone scam circulating in their county.
Credit Card Skimmers Found At Antioch Gas StationPolice are urging Antioch drivers to check to their credit and debit card accounts after officers found six skimmers at a Valero gas station Thursday.
Driver Jailed For Stealing $25K In Food Deliveries, Rides On UberEATSA 25-year-old former Uber contractor has been sentenced for using the ride-hailing service’s internal system to issue more than $25,000 in free rides and food deliveries for himself, his friends and family.
San Jose Man Jailed For Selling Unsafe Pesticide To ConsumersA 46-year-old San Jose man was sentenced Tuesday to six months in jail for selling a cockroach and bedbug pesticide he claimed to be safe to use inside homes.
Audit Urges Cable Cars To Go Cashless Over Fraud WorriesCable car cash fare collection practices make it easy for operators to commit fraud and should be reformed, according to a San Francisco controller’s office report released Monday.

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