If you have a Texas driver's license, there's a good chance that another business has the information that's listed on your ID card. The state of Texas is selling our info, and they've made $2.7 million on it since 2010.
The Federal Trade Commission says robo-calls are the number one consumer complaint they receive, and these types of calls are on the rise. Experts warn that this kind of call is an early step in a phone fraud scheme that can lead to identity theft. Here's how it works.
The Texas Office of the Attorney General (OAG) has opened an investigation into a potential identity theft ring after dozens of state residents have reported calls from an agency posing as the Attorney General’s Office demanding payment and personal information.