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The “Go Green Campaign” representing APS or SRP is a scam. They are offering a free energy expert to come to your house — for free. A one hour consultation may that find you may qualify for a rebate on energy efficient products to reduce your energy consumption. The rebate (is supposedly) up to $5,100.
Q: I just received a call from someone asking me to click the Windows button + R. The caller says he's from the computer maintenance department of Microsoft Windows and they are doing a routine check. He left a phone number and his name and asked that I call back. I'm figuring he was up to no good, so I didn’t comply. -- Cindy
Q: I seem to be getting more spam text messages on my phone these days; I reply with ‘stop’ like they say, but it doesn’t always seem to work.
Q: Had a phone call this morning (caller id was 510-943-3040) telling me that there are problems with my computer and asking me to turn it on and hook up to the Internet. When I asked for proper authentication, he stated that he was a certified Microsoft technician. I told him I had extensive experience with computers and the line went dead. What’s up? — Roman
“(Recently) a good friend of ours discovered her brother, only 54, dead in his home in Apache Junction. Obviously, this was terrible shock. Today she discovered that someone had broken into his house overnight, ransacked and trashed it, stealing everything in sight — guns, computers, electronics, a safe, and a new Corvette. You know, people die every day. We’re all going to die. It’s almost ‘natural’ to die. What’s unnatural is stealing from the dead. This drops thieves to a new low. What the ---- is wrong with people?”
Robert Brewer's sport of choice was basketball growing up, but the baseball bug bit him as a father.
These days, more and more people report getting "robo-dialed" by debt collectors looking for people with similar names, similar phone listings, similar addresses.
Salt River Project is warning customers of a telephone scam in which someone is using an invalid SRP phone number while seeking credit card or banking information.
Let them eat baked potatoes.
It's not often a quarterback willingly moves to wide receiver.
Q: My boyfriend of six months revealed that he's never been faithful to anyone, not even his wife of 10 years, whom he cheated on constantly because he married too young and made himself stay for the kids. Once he divorced, about a year ago, he decided never to lie or cheat again.
A relaxing weekend? More like heart-attack helper. We already know Peoria Centennial and Chandler Hamilton are the teams to beat in 5A, and Scottsdale Notre Dame is again evolving into one in 4A Division II.
"Austin Hill ... you just a racist; you just can't handle the black man bein' in charge ..."
Discussion abounds as to who will replace Rudy Carpenter at quarterback when the Arizona State football season begins on Sept. 5, and fans will get their first look at a game simulation at 12:30 p.m. Saturday in the spring game at Sun Devil Stadium.
NEW YORK - The pilot of a crippled US Airways jetliner made a split-second decision to put down in the Hudson River because trying to return to the airport after birds knocked out both engines could have led to a "catastrophic" crash in a populated neighborhood, he told investigators Saturday.
The most difficult job for the Cardinals today probably belongs to their offensive line. They've got to deal with the Eagles' tough, third-ranked defense, known mostly for their confusing blitzes.
IRVINE, California - Late at night, the neighbors saw a little girl at the kitchen sink of the house next door.
Our please-unload-into-our-voice-mailbox column, the Vent, is what Tribune readers have come to know and (choose one or more: love, hate, find indispensable, find loathsome, find mildly acceptable as a way to kill a couple of minutes, be drawn to like a moth to a flame nonetheless) since the mid-1990s.
Q: I keep seeing the television ads for the MagicJack that claims that it can replace my regular phone line. At $20 a year it is a lot cheaper than Vonage, but does it work? — Clayton
One man knew her. The other did not. One learned about her death from a TV news reporter. The other held the young woman as she bled.
Scottsdale Coronado coach B.J. Pasquel played the part of the truck driver. Alex Buya was the deer in his headlights.
You receive an e-mail from PayPal asking you to call. Your account has been compromised. Or a company you don't know calls threatening collection. It's scary. Before you give out any personal data, there's something you should know.
Two historic airplane wings that were stolen more than a week ago were returned to their owner Friday and Saturday after an anonymous caller known only as “Fred” revealed where they were located.
Q. I keep getting phone calls from automated telemarketing systems even though I registered my number on the Do Not Call list. Can I look these numbers up on the Internet to find out who these people are and report them? — Allen