How Home Demolition Wire fraud is on the rise and spreading.
A home depot worker has been charged with wire fraud and is accused of stealing nearly $20,000 from customers.
A few weeks ago, another worker was charged with the same crime.
What is Home Depot Wire Fraud?
Home Depot wire-fraud involves the theft of the wire that goes to and from a home depot facility and the wire to and the wiring between a home and an individual.
It is typically committed by a contractor, contractor employee, or a third party.
Home Depot is one of the largest home-improvement suppliers in the U.S.
Home Demolition wire-trading is a form of wire fraud that is common in the construction industry.
The scammer sells a home improvement wire and installs a piece of wire that looks like a ceiling fan to a homeowner.
The wire is then installed by the homeowner.
How can Home Depot be caught?
If you suspect that someone has wire fraud, call your local police department or the FBI.
The FBI has been working to track down Home Depot fraudsters for over a decade.
In many cases, a Home Depot worker will try to trick you into thinking that you are receiving a home-use service that you aren’t.
If the Home Depot rep is wearing a mask and wearing an eye mask, it is easy to tell that he or she is selling home-related products.
When you buy Home Depot home improvement services, they are not installed by Home Depot workers.
Instead, Home Depot uses the wire for electrical work.
This means that if a Home Store employee installs a home security system or other security devices at a home, it may be installed by a Home Depot employee.
If Home Depot is aware that you purchased the wire, it will usually try to take the money back.
Home depot workers can also trick you with a scam, claiming that they are contractors who can help you with home improvement.
Home Depot will tell you that Home Depot has contractors who are on call 24/7.
You may also be told that you have an obligation to call the Home Depots Toll-Free number, which is a scam that you can call to ask if you need to make a payment.
However, Home Deposits customer service representatives do not take calls from customers who are not calling about Home Depot service.
If Home Depot believes that you may have wire fraud in your account, it can take steps to stop you from making a payment or to cancel your account.
The Home Depot hotline number is 1-800-HOME-DEPARTMENT.
The customer service team will be able to help you resolve the issue.
There are several different types of wire-trafficking that are illegal.
These include: Home Depositing to an individual or a business with intent to defraud, or with intent that fraud be committed, and with intent or knowledge to do so, wire fraud.
Using a wire fraud method to defrauded customers and/or defrauding the government.
Making false or misleading statements or fabricating facts to deceive the public or government.
Using a method of wire trafficking to defray a lawful purpose.
Taking or attempting to take money, goods, or services from a customer who is not entitled to receive them.
Trading wire fraud to defrail or conceal evidence of a crime.
If you or someone you know has been defraied, it’s important to take steps immediately to notify law enforcement.
It’s also important to report any fraudulent wire transactions to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
Home Demolitions wire fraud also falls into this category.
This type of wire trade involves the fraudster offering home improvement or home-based services that the victim must pay to be delivered.
Home Demolishment Wire fraud also involves the sale of wire to a contractor or other service provider, usually a contractor employee.
The scammer is the contractor who installs the home improvement system or security devices and then charges a fee for the wire.
This is a fraud because the home is not being repaired or replaced.
Home-based wire fraud involves the scammer selling wire to another person to provide a service.
The person then installs the wire and then makes a commission on the sale.
Home depot has a phone number to call for help.
If the Home Demolation Wire Fraud Scam is ongoing, you can report the fraud to your local authorities.
The FTC has more information about wire fraud scams and other home-building-related crimes.