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09/15/2014
Steps for college students to protect their identity: Secure your mail. Campus mailboxes are often easily accessed in a dorm or apartment. Have sensitive mail sent to a p..
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09/15/2014
Utility scammers will contact victims dressed as energy employees or call representing the utility company. These scammers request payment or threaten the customers with ..
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09/15/2014
BBB has the following gas-saving advice: Clean out your trunk. Don’t carry what you don’t need. Slow down. According to Fueleconomy.gov, each 5 mph you drive over 60 m..
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09/15/2014
The catfish scammer is often looking to take advantage of your personal information or gain financial support.  If you’re looking for the love of your life online, it’s in your best interest to be cauti..
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09/15/2014
When in the market for insurance, visit checkbbb.org for a list of BBB Accredited insurance agencies in your area.
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09/15/2014
BBB warns consumers of the following red flags when searching for a vacation rental property: The deal sounds too good to be true. Scammers will often list a rental for a..
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09/15/2014
BBB advises consumers to choose wisely when it comes to using a travel agency to book your spring vacation plan.
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09/15/2014
The Treasury Inspector General for Taxpayer Administration (TIGTA) warns that crooks posing as Internal Revenue Service (IRS) officials are contacting people claiming they owe taxes.
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09/12/2014
According to Energy.gov, turning your thermostat back from its normal setting by seven to 10 degrees for eight hours a day can save you as much as 10 percent a year on heating and cooling costs. Small c..
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09/12/2014
BBB offers the following advice to homeowners interested in making renovations and hiring a contractor:  Use BBB.org to find trustworthy businesses. Start your ..
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