05/28/2013
Better Business Bureau of Central Florida is reminding students of the importance of doing their homework to ensure online listings for rental properties are legitimate to avoid falling victim to scams.
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05/08/2013
Memorial Day is a time to honor those who serve and remember those who have died in war. But sadly, it has also become a key opportunity for scammers to target those who are serving or have served their..
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04/02/2013
Better Business Bureau of Central Florida is warning consumers, particularly job seekers, about a possible identity theft scam involving calls from a Florida telephone number about a survey on a job fai..
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04/01/2013
Cell phone users are increasingly turning to Bluetooth technology to talk - hands free - on their phones. But as this high tech tool gains popularity in the US and Canada, scammers are finding ways to e..
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03/13/2013
Consumers aren’t the only victims of fraud. Every year, thousands of small businesses are targets of fraudulent or deceptive sales practices. Protect your business from scams by learning what to look ou..
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02/22/2013
Have you received a confirmation email for a driver's license renewal or vehicle registration transaction you never made? It's a scam! A new phishing scam poses as a confirmation email from the Florida ..
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02/19/2013
Eager to break into acting or modelling? Don't let your ambition get the better of you. Use caution when applying to jobs and don't fall for a check cashing scam that uses Better Business Bureau's name.
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02/04/2013
Seniors nationwide are reporting pushy, suspicious telemarketing calls from businesses going by the names "Senior Emergency Care," "Senior Safety Alert" or "Senior Safe Alert." Follow our advice to tell..
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01/29/2013
Check your privacy settings. Scammers are tapping into the personal data available through Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn to pose as your friends in fraudulent emails. Watch out for these personalized s..
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01/22/2013
It's classic scam: a fake tech support caller claims he needs access to your computer to fix a non-existent bug. But a new twist involves the caller actually installing a virus on victims' computers.
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