Prosecutors Tuesday said hundreds of customers at White Plains bank are victims of theft – and the thieves are tellers who allegedly took their money.
Foreclosed homes right in the suburbia of Long Island have been left with giant holes in the ceiling and graffiti-filled walls – and they are costing taxpayers thousands of dollars.
Police on Monday were asking the public to help them find a suspect who used duplicate debit cards at ATMs to steal hundreds of dollars from other people’s bank accounts in Lower Manhattan and on Staten Island.
Some elected officials and consumer advocates want to put banks in check when it comes to excessive overdraft fees.
Alleged members of a local cyber crime cell stole nearly $3 million from thousands of ATMs across New York City in a matter of hours, federal prosecutors announced Thursday.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday announced a state review of banks and mortgage lenders who were allowed to delay payments as a result of damage from Superstorm Sandy, only to be asked to pay it all back in one lump sum.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday that his administration is working with banks to release nearly $208 million in checks already approved for victims of Superstorm Sandy.
At WCBS Newsradio 880, we continue our countdown of the top 11 Tri-State Area news stories of 2011 with one that “occupied” so much our time and one neighborhood park in Lower Manhattan.
The move comes after a letter bomb was sent to the Joseph Ackerman, CEO of Deutsche Bank, and was received in Frankfurt, Germany.
The Treasury invited 20 of the largest banks to a meeting to discuss an upcoming quarterly auction of government debt.
The nation’s financial regulators are looking to prevent another housing boom and bust by encouraging safer home loan lending and borrowing practices.
Police are searching for a woman in connection to an identity theft ring with approximately 500 victims.
This week on Eye On New York, seniors on motorized skooters, tenure for teachers, and a bank’s painfully slow service have people mouthing off to 1010 WINS’ John Montone on Mouth Off To Montone.
New rules went into effect Sunday for credit and gift card users. The new regulations are designed to protect the public from abusive practices by card issuers.
Up until now, overdraft fees have been a huge source of income for banks. But new laws in effect soon will change all that. Still, many consumers may need to contact their banks.