09/20/2012
Free Rosetta Stone offer is a scam! A man named David is calling consumers offering a free Rosetta Stone English program. All you have to do is pay the shipping.
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09/10/2012
Before you invest your earnings, it is important to check for scams and verify credibility of the investment firm. Asking questions, research the company, reach out to local investment firms and adviser..
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08/03/2012
CHICAGO, IL- August 2, 2012 – With the Summer Olympics in London off to an exciting start, the Better Business Bureau is warning sports fans and general public to be wary of scams that target consumers ..
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08/02/2012
Scammers are already gearing up for this year’s Presidential election, from robocalls offering a “free cruise” for taking a political survey, to promises that President Obama will pay your utility bill...
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07/31/2012
BBB joined Wal-Mart, Target and Best Buy as another established brand used to promote fake gift cards. Don’t bother trying to redeem this offer. It’s just a trick to get your email address, cell number ..
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06/15/2012
The Better Business Bureau of Metro New York has recently learned of a job scam on Craigslist involving the name of a legitimate organization in Alexandria, Virginia called “Association of Corporate Tra..
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05/29/2012
A clever scam in the form of a fake Facebook account cancellation email is making the rounds. Don’t let the threat of losing your account trick you into installing malware on your computer.
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05/09/2012
Memorial Day Scams Target Military, Families, Supporters 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 sca..
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03/28/2012
Have you received a text message offering you a free Walmart gift card? Despite the attraction of a $1,000 gift card, BBB warns that the text message is a smishing scam.
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07/18/2011
A new year means a new scam, this time, targeting cell phone users. Like traditional “phishing,” “smishing” schemers often pose as banks or lottery sweepstakes asking customers to contact them immediate..
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