The Tennessee Department of Health has been notified by several people in Tennessee and other states of a potential scam in which people are contacted via telephone...
The Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance's Division of Consumer Affairs is warning residents to be wary of holiday-themed scams.
By the time the 80 something year old couple had enough, the fraud added up to $350,000. The case is in the hands of Murfreesboro Police now.
A 43 year old Lascassas Pike man in Murfreesboro thought he found the perfect place to rent. He even sent a $1,000 security deposit...
Evidently, the victim called the police shortly after employees at Pinnacle Banking on College Street warned her that it sounded as if she was being conned out of her hard earned money.
A Murfreesboro woman who applied for a "100 Day Loan" online ended up being a victim of theft.
8 suspects were arrested and charged with Criminal Simulation and Identity Theft. The Investigation is ongoing and more charges may follow.
Apparently, someone opened a Walmart Master Card account in the name of the 79 year old victim. The unknown culprit later rang up a bill for over $2,500 on the new account.
Someone is using an Indiana credit card in Murfreesboro to the tune of $1,000. The victim says that she has the only card in her possession.
A Murfreesboro woman fell victim to fraud after trying to buy a car on Ebay Motors.
The victim told police that she found an online ad about the Hollister Company hiring. She said she contacted the subject who placed the ad and the person told her that she would be hired.
A Murfreesboro man called the police on Monday to tell them that someone had tried to take over $2,000 from his PayPal account
A 77-year old man called the police after he received a phone call from an unknown man telling him he had just won $250,000.
The most recent report is one of around 40-filed in the City of Murfreesboro. Because the reports are still being turned in...
A check written on the account of a Murfreesboro nonprofit foundation somehow ended up in Richmond, Virginia.
A local company has reported that they are the victim of a check fraud case that totals $1,120.
A woman from Houston, Texas made the trek to Murfreesboro to report a theft. As one might imagine, the theft was pretty large.
The victim claims the caller told her to visit a bank on West Clark Boulevard in Murfreesboro and to write several checks "for cash" and then send them via Western Union to Westmoreland, Jamaica.
A Crystal Bear Trail resident in Southridge Subdivision told Murfreesboro Police they were the recent victim of fraud.
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