November 24, 2014
Texas telemarketer France Carrasco, doing business as Hyper-Phonebank, The Political Group, Hyperphonebank.com, and Thepoliticalgroup.com, is banned from conducting business in North Dakota.
November 19, 2014
North Dakota residents across the state have been receiving scam recorded messages that appear to come from their own telephone number, said Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem.
October 31, 2014
Daylight savings ends this weekend and State Fire Marshal Ray Lambert reminds all North Dakotans that when the clocks change, it’s a good time to change the batteries and test the smoke alarms in your home.
October 20, 2014
Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem today urged members of the US Senate Judiciary Committee to support legislation that would help prevent children from being trafficked on the Internet.
October 16, 2014
A BCI drug agent and a forensic scientist with the Attorney General’s Crime Laboratory have received further national recognition for their roles in the multijurisdictional investigation “Operation Stolen Youth.”
September 26, 2014
Tomorrow is national prescription drug “Take Back Day.” Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem reminds North Dakota residents who want to know how to safely dispose of unused prescription and over the counter medications that they can turn to the state’s year-round Take Back program.
September 9, 2014
Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem joined 38 other Attorneys General in a letter urging the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to allow phone carriers to use existing call-blocking technology to better protect their customers from unwanted telemarketing and scam calls.
September 5, 2014
Vladimir Adolphe, doing business as GeneralYellowpages.com and Electronic Media Marketing Group, Inc., has been banned from doing business in North Dakota after consumer fraud investigators determined he was engaging in deceptive practices.
August 27, 2014
Concerned grandparents in Fargo reported to the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection division that they recently lost $2,000 to the “grandparent scam.”