Thirty-four-year-old Greg John Campbell of Ladue pleaded guilty Friday in federal court in St. Louis to two counts of wire fraud.
Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White’s office launched a new campaign to help people avoid investment scams, that seem to be on the rise due to the poor economy.
Prosecutors say the theft, allegedly committed over the course of seven years, was so clever it would have been almost impossible to detect.
Based on the information that they have, this was kind of done offline so it’s nothing that our normal processes of supervision and auditing would have caught”
“For over seven decades, you’ve been able to depend on us. I want you to know you still can,” Scott Schnuck said.
House Speaker Tim Jones said he wants the panel of law enforcement officials to report to him with recommendations for new laws.
Bank of America recently sent out alerts saying they disabled area cards out of fear that information may have gotten into the wrong hands.
The program would match photos of people applying for their driver’s licenses with thousands of existing photos in a state database.
Even though the supermarket chain has “found and contained” the issue, Montgomery Bank CEO Ken Witbrodt says the threat is not over.
A suburban Kansas City automobile dealer used personal information from customers and others who filled out credit applications to receive more than $1 million in fraudulent car loans, Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster said Tuesday.