Illegal Pop-Up COVID-19 Testing Sites Appearing Around Baltimore City, Maryland AG Frosh WarnsPeople are allegedly setting up "Free COVID-19 Testing" tables at random locations, including outside shopping centers and retail stores and along the side of the road.
Maryland Among 11 Worst States For Coronavirus FraudMaryland is among the worst state for coronavirus-related fraud, according to a new study.
State Officials Caution Marylanders To Watch Out For Scams When Donating During Giving TuesdayMaryland's Secretary of State John C. Wobensmith and Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh are warning Maryland residents to watch out for possible scam charities when donating during Giving Tuesday. 
Maryland Attorney General Warns Of Expected Increase In Coronavirus Investment ScamsIn particular, fraudsters can be expected to develop schemes that falsely purport to raise capital for companies manufacturing medical equipment of manufacturing vaccines and miracle cures. 
'You're Less Vigilant' | Working From Home Due To The Coronavirus? Here's How To Avoid Cybersecurity IssuesMillions of Americans are working and going to school from home due to the coronavirus pandemic, raising concerns about cybersecurity.
Coronavirus-Related Scams Are Going Around. Here's What To Watch Out ForAs the number of COVID-19 cases in the United States continues to climb, Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh is warning people that scammers are trying to use the coronavirus to make money.
Frederick County Officials See Phone Scam Increase, Warn Residents Of Spoofed Phone NumbersFrederick law enforcement warns Frederick County residents to be aware of ongoing phone scams, specifically ones with spoofed numbers coming from local county numbers. 
Annapolis Police Urge Residents To Be Aware Of Bill Scams, Utility ImpostersAnnapolis police are warning residents after they received a report this week from a local business about a BGE bill scam.
What To Know Before You Sign Up For A "Risk-Free" TrialA new report from the Better Business Bureau warns "risk-free" trials may sound enticing, but are often scams. According to the bureau, consumers can be misled into auto-enroll subscriptions and get billed month after month, often without ever knowing. Americans have lost close to $1.3 billion in the past decade in these schemes.
Police Warn Of Scammers Posing As Netflix To Gain Personal InformationPolice are warning of a new scam involving Netflix. Multiple users throughout the country have reported receiving suspicious emails from someone posing as Netflix.
Maryland Man Sentenced To Prison For Scamming ElderlyA Maryland man has been sentenced to nearly five years in federal prison for scamming dozens of elderly people out of hundreds of thousands of dollars by convincing them that they needed to pay taxes or fees to collect lottery or sweepstakes prizes.