IRS Delaying Tax Refunds To Millions Of Low-Income FamiliesThe IRS is delaying tax refunds for more than 40 million low-income families this year as the agency steps up efforts to fight identity theft and fraud.
Owner Of Bankrupt Berkeley Wine Store Sentenced To 6 Years For $45M FraudThe founder of a bankrupt Berkeley wine store was sentenced to 6.5 years in prison for years of fraud that cost customers $45 million.
Green Party Switches Strategy On Pennsylvania RecountThe Green Party says it's switching strategy in its bid to force a statewide recount of Pennsylvania's Nov. 8 presidential election.
Counterfeit Apps Put Smartphone Shoppers At High Risk For Identity TheftCyber security experts warn that smartphone shoppers could be at risk because of dangerous and sometimes counterfeit apps.
'Tis The Season For Fraud, Holiday Shoppers BewareThese days it's not a matter of if your card is compromised, but when your card is compromised.
Former Napa Valley Winemaker Arrested For Fraud, Mislabeling WinesA man faces fraud charges stemming from the alleged mislabeling of supposedly premium wine in the Napa Valley.
California Gets $15 Million In Bernard Madoff Fraud RecoveryThe lawsuit estimates there are more than 460 defrauded investors which would work out to reimbursements of about $32,600 each.
Protecting Ballots, Voting Machines A Top Priority For South Bay Election OfficialsSanta Clara County is working on plans to keep ballots and voting machines safe from tampering on election day.
Companies Lagging Behind In Compliance For Chip-Enabled CardsThe deadline for banks across the country to make a change to their ATMs to process chip-enabled debit and credit cards arrived on Friday.
Former SAP Tech Exec Indicted For Insider Trading, Money Laundering SchemeA former San Francisco Bay Area executive for the German multinational computer software company SAP has been indicted on federal charges of conspiracy to commit money laundering and insider trading.
Online Payday Lender LendUp To Pay Millions For Overcharging, False MarketingA San Francisco startup with millions in venture capital funding - hailed by many as an alternative to abusive payday lending - has agreed to pay millions in redress for overcharging consumers and using deceptive marketing tactics.
Wells Fargo CEO To Testify Before Congress About Phony Accounts ScandalWells Fargo Bank CEO John Stumpf is expected to testify before Congress in response to allegations that the bank allegedly opened over two million phony accounts without customers' approval.

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