HAGERSTOWN, MD News (1/11/2023) – A new scam is hitting local social media groups, in which someone claiming to have a car detailing business solicits for customers with a special promotion.
BALTIMORE, MD (10/12/2022) – Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh today warned consumers to be cautious of purchasing vehicles that may have been impacted by major flood damage. After hurricanes with large-scale floods like Ian, flood-damaged cars often end up at salvage auctions and bought by rebuilders. While these vehicles should be marked “salvage” or “total loss” on the title, dishonest sellers may “wash” the title, hide the damage, and offer these vehicles for sale.
HAGERSTOWN, MD News (9/24/2022) – Small towns across the country are being plagued with catalytic converter thefts. Many posts are floating around social media such as Facebook and Reddit calling out a man holding a battery powered saw as being the culprit. However, this is in fact part of a different theft – identity theft.
HAGERSTOWN, MD News (9/19/2022) – For almost a week, In-N-Out Burger in Hagerstown has been posting about their upcoming opening in Fall 2022. There’s just one problem – the Hagerstown restaurant doesn’t exist, and the social media page might be a scam.
HAGERSTOWN, MD – Recently, scammers have been contacting the local public and misrepresenting themselves as Hagerstown Police Department Officers in an attempt to scam people out of large amounts of money claiming that the person has a warrant for their arrest and that money needs to be paid for bail or else that person willContinue reading “Hagerstown Police Warn of Scammers Impersonating Officers”