BBB In the News
07/03/2016
Home warranties are like an insurance policy for the systems in your home. USA Today checked in with BBB to learn more about what consumers need to know about what is covered, what’s not, and the import..
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06/24/2016
Joan Rector McGlockton joins CBBB as director of the Children’s Food and Beverage Advertising Initiative, replacing founding director Elaine J. Kolish. McGlockton comes to BBB from the National Restaura..
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06/23/2016
On The Huffington Post, Jonathon Long, founder and CEO of Market Domination Media, offers businesses five tips on increasing revenue from e-commerce websites… including “trust badges” such as the BBB Ac..
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06/20/2016
The Solar Energy Industry Association announced a new self-regulatory program to standardize disclosure statements in residential sales. CBBB president and CEO Mary E. Power commended the association fo..
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06/14/2016
“Hamilton” is the hottest ticket on Broadway, with fans paying into the thousands for the sold-out show. But scammers are onto the hit, too, and counterfeit tickets are everywhere. USA Today checked in ..
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06/13/2016
Following the tragedy shooting at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, BBB Wise Giving Alliance and BBB Central Florida are warning generous donors to be cautious when giving on crowdfund sites and through s..
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06/08/2016
Consumer Reports digs into the stress of moving and makes recommendations on how consumers can find a mover they can trust. These helpful tips include checking with BBB.
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03/09/2016
How often to you check social media? Every hour? Every few hours? No matter how much time you spend on various platforms, you’re still liable to run into a scammer. Social media is entertaining; you’re ..
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01/20/2016
Consumers are paying closer attention to protecting and managing their privacy, but three out of four say privacy statements and policies on websites and apps do not make it easy to understand how their..
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09/26/2015
The moving scam continues, as The New York Times’ “The Haggler,” David Segal, tries to track down rogue movers that were first brought to his attention by Better Business Bureau. In Part 2, David ventur..
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