BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - Most people think it's easy to avoid being scammed, but sometimes it can be more difficult than you realize. Below are stories related to known scams.
If you feel you've been the victim of a scam, contact your local law enforcement agency immediately.
- LPSO: Don't fall for scammers claiming to be law enforcement
- LSP warns of phone scam involving impersonators
- Don't fall for 'hey grandma' phone scam
- EBR Clerk of Court warns residents of phone scam
- Officials warn residents of phone scam involving person claiming to be deputy
- Louisiana State Police ask public to report calls from scammers claiming to be troopers
- AG warns of scams during open enrollment
- AG Jeff Landry offers ways to avoid getting 'Caller ID spoofed' by scammers
- Entergy warns customers of power bill scam
- EBRSO investigating reported jury duty phone scam
- Police warn Zachary residents about travel 'scam'
- Zachary police warn residents about scam related to missed court date
- West Feliciana Parish warns residents of virtual kidnapping phone scam
- Caller pretends to be from Livingston Parish Sheriff's Office
- U.S. Marshals warn of jury duty phone scam
- Just saying “yes” to unsolicited phone calls can be dangerous
- Attorney General investigates scammers targeting utility customers
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