Jefferson County Sheriff Glenn Boyer is warning the community of a scam that is currently circulating causing concern because of the hot weather.
Recover from lost sleep, avoid a loan modification scam and “The 2nd Best Exotic Marigold Hotel”
Impersonators pose as Ameren employees and tell customers their power will be turned off unless they make a payment using pre-paid money cards.
First Bank says the call is a scam.
In the scam, the caller claims to be a sheriff’s deputy who advises his victims they have unpaid fines from the IRS for failing to report for jury duty.
An older person gets a call from someone who sounds like they could be a relative, saying they’re in trouble and need them to wire money to help.
Contact U.S. Marshals Service if you feel you’ve been targeted
In place of tiny columns with cryptic abbreviations of a car’s conditions, the Internet boasts searchable listings with generous detail and expansive photo galleries.
In St. Louis, Frank Absher got a call saying he was about to be awarded a federal grant of about $3,000.
Sixteen Missourians, looking for a big return on their investment, are now hoping to get their money back from the scammers who have probably already spent it.