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When KSL viewer Dirk Ewing received a mysterious check for $1,890, he knew something wasn't right and contacted the KSL Investigators. Turns out, the check was counterfeit and part of a pretty common international scheme.
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Property owner fined $25K for failing to clean up graffiti

Mike Headrick  |  posted Sep 22nd - 11:00pm
A property owner in West Valley City is getting slapped with huge fines by the city because of graffiti. He claims he's the victim of vandals, but city officials say the big bills are necessary — and they're working.
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'Pay up or go to jail' threat from IRS is a scam, investigators say

Debbie Dujanovic and Tania Mashburn  |  posted Aug 20th - 10:43pm
Callers posing as IRS agents claim taxpayers owe a lot of money in back taxes. If they don't pay up now, they'll be hauled off to jail. The real IRS says it's a fraud.
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Low-cost cash bail sparks complaints against Utah County judges

Debbie Dujanovic  |  posted Aug 18th - 11:10pm
Millions of dollars are paid each year for law enforcement to take criminals off the streets. But in Utah County, judges give many inmates a low-cost option to bail out of jail. The practice has created controversy and may wind up in a lawsuit.
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Police arrest 1 in roofing scam case, look for another

Mike Headrick  |  posted Jul 30th - 10:50pm
Imagine this: You hire a roofer and pay a chunk of money up front. Then you're not satisfied with the work and want your money back, but the roofer is nowhere to be found.
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Provo apartment managers accused of discrimination

Mike Headrick and Tania Mashburn  |  posted Jul 28th - 10:47pm
A newly married couple who are expecting a baby said a Provo apartment complex refuses to rent to them, but the Fair Housing Act says landlords can't discriminate based on "familial status."
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Top crimes of summer

Debbie Dujanovic  |  posted Jul 18th - 9:45am
KSL TV surveyed six police departments within Salt Lake County to identify the top crimes of summer and to teach residents how to keep from becoming a victim.
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Popular summer scams to watch out for

Debbie Dujanovic  |  posted Jul 17th - 9:32pm
Summer is in full swing and a new wave of scams is heating up. The FBI weighs in on some of the most popular scams of the summer and gives tips on how they can be avoided.
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'Curbstoned' cars sold illegally are fully loaded with problems

Mike Headrick and Tania Mashburn  |  posted Jul 14th - 10:08pm
The practice of "curbstoning" is hotter than ever in Utah. It's when a seller quickly flips cars for a profit illegally, but what the buyer doesn't know is that the car often comes with a big list of undisclosed problems.
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Prize scheme affects elderly, but resources available

Debbie Dujanovic  |  posted Jul 11th - 8:04pm
According to the Better Business Bureau, foreign lottery schemes cost Americans more than $100 million a year. When an elderly Utah man got notified he'd won $650,000, he thought his ship had come in. Instead he is out thousands of dollars.
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