Monday, July 6, 2020
The guide offers information about common scams targeting military members, veterans and their families.
State Attorney General Ashley Moody joined the Florida Lottery in warning about a Lottery scam targeting the elderly making its rounds in South Florida in which scammers are asking residents for help claiming a “winning” ticket.
On Tuesday, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., spoke on the Senate floor regarding racial discrimination, civil society and those exploiting ongoing protests to cause chaos following the death of George Floyd.
The office of U.S. Attorney for Central Florida U.S. Attorney Maria Chapa Lopez announced that Greenberg is being charged with stalking and the unlawful use of a means of identification of another person. The charges carry a maximum penalty of 10 years in federal prison.
To slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, state public health professionals are calling Floridians who may have come into contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19. These calls are an extremely vital tool in the state’s effort to contain the spread of the virus, but Floridians need to take steps to verify that the call is from the local county health department before providing information.
The scammers are claiming that they’ve won a Lottery prize but are unable to collect it because they are not a U.S. citizen so they ask the victim to claim the prize for them, promising a share of the winnings.
Scammers are targeting students via emails that appear to be sent from a college or university advertising fictitious work-from-home employment opportunities. The scammers obtain personal information from the student while posing as a university representative. Savvy scammers convince students to cash counterfeit checks and send them the money.
Steube brought out the proposal on Monday and weighed in on why he had introduced it.
Hoping to stop the continued theft of American intellectual property by the Chinese regime, Nunes introduced the bill last week.
On Wednesday, at a U.S. House Judiciary Committee’s hearing titled, “Oversight Hearing on Policing Practices and Law Enforcement Accountability,” U.S. Rep. Greg Steube, R-Fla., offered the following opening remarks.