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New Yorkers have submitted more than 2,700 complaints about foreclosure scams costing $8.25 million in losses, from 2010 to 2014.
An Oct. 14 event at Greenwich’s Bruce Museum will explain some eyebrow-raising developments when it comes to purchasing and shipping fine art.
The wholesale grocery supply company settles with the New York state attorney general's office over its policy of firing injured employees.
The bank agrees to a $136 million state-federal settlement over credit card debt collection practices; it will pay $6 million to 5,300 New York customers.
The state attorney general's office settles with 4J’s Transportation for $400,000 over Medicaid services that had not been documented.
JPMorgan Chase Bank has committed to changing its screening policies to allow consumers greater access to mainstream financial services.
The state attorney general's office reaches a $13.5 million settlement with three car dealerships accused of engaging in deceptive practices.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman recently announced a prison term for a White Plains bank teller in an identity theft ring.
Darlington Odidika, executive director of Yonkers-based Systems and Abilities Inc., pleads guilty to his role in a scheme to defraud Medicaid.
The retailer will implement reforms in the sale of herbal supplements after the launch of a multistate investigation into the industry.
The New York attorney general has formed a coalition with officials in Connecticut, Indiana and Puerto Rico to investigate herbal supplement manufacturers.
The mental health services nonprofit is penalized for illegally changing records, according to the state attorney general's office.