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Left to right: Nyondah Blay, 38, of Trenton, and Carl Jenkins, 35, of Philadelphia
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NJ Con Artists Busted in “Black Money Scam;” Says Attorney General

A pair of alleged con artists have been arrested in connection with a so-called "Black Money Scam" in which they allegedly attempted to scam unsuspecting victims out of hundreds of thousands of dollars by falsely promising an amount of money several times the amount of money that the victims fronted to the defendants

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Children return to school in Newtown, CT
Children return to school in Newtown, CT (John Moore/Getty Images)
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Opportunistic Scammers Target Newtown in Wake of Massacre

The family of Noah Pozner was mourning the 6-year-old, killed in the Newtown school massacre, when outrage compounded their sorrow.

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Tape Measure (Flickr: Redjar)
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NJ Undercover Sting Busts 10 Unregistered Contractors

State law enforcement officials are warning New Jerseyans to be aware of home repair scams after Hurricane Sandy following the citing of 10 unregistered home improvement contractors who were rounded up in an "Undercover House" operation conducted in partnership with the Mercer County Office of Consumer Affairs.

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Palm Tree (Flickr: FH Mira)
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NJ Investigating Bloomfield Travel Club After Wave of Complaints

New Jersey officials are reviewing numerous complaints from members of a travel club who say the business has closed its office and stopped returning phone calls.

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Susan Frank Pleads Guilty (Office of the Attorney General)
Susan Frank Pleads Guilty (Office of the Attorney General)
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NJ Female Con Artist Pleads Guilty

State Attorney General Jeff Chiesa says Susan Frank, also known as “Chicken,” pleaded guilty to third-degree theft by deception today before Superior Court Judge Michael Petrolle in Essex County.  Under her plea agreement, the state will recommend that she be sentenced to 364 days in the county jail and a term of probation.

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25 NJ Moving Companies Busted in Sting (Flickr: beej55)
25 NJ Moving Companies Busted in Sting (Flickr: beej55)
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25 Illegitimate NJ Moving Companies Busted in Sting, 11 Arrested

Twenty-five unlicensed New Jersey moving companies face charges following an undercover operation dubbed, "Operation Mother's Attic II."

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Cash for Gold
Cash for Gold establishments have been popping up all over New Jersey in recent years. (Flickr User Sh4rp_i)
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12 NJ “Cash For Gold” Shops Busted in Undercover Sting

An undercover operation dubbed "Operation Going for Gold" led authorities to level charges against 12 jewelry purchasing shops in New Jersey.

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Screen shot of a computer infected with Ransomware.
What does ransomware look like? Here's a screen shot of a computer infected with Ransomware. (Townsquare Media NJ)
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What is Ransomware and How Are You Vulnerable Right Now?

What is ransomware and why should you care about it? It's the latest computer threat and you're probably already at risk.

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Lightning in Belmar during Saturday's storm
Lightning in Belmar during Saturday's storm (Facebook via Jersey Shore Hurricane News)
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Recovering from Storm Damage? State AG Warns to Be Wary of Scams

Thousands of South Jersey residents are sifting through the aftermath after two weekends in a row of severe thunderstorms which led to emergency declarations in Atlantic, Cumberland and Salem counties along with water restrictions in Monmouth County

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Scam Alert (Flickr User: o5com)
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IRS Warns New Jerseyans of New Scam

Department of Defense military members, retirees and civilian employees are being targeted by a new email phishing scam.  The email appears to come from Defense Finance and Accounting Services and displays a .mil email address.  The message claims that those receiving disability compensation from the Department of Veterans Affairs may be able to obtain additional funds from the Internal Revenue Service.

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