02/14/2011
As a part of National Consumer Protection Week, BBB recommends five easy steps you can take to become a smart shopper and savvy consumer.
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02/04/2011
Knowing where your kids are can be a full time job. Knowing where they are online—which websites they’re visiting and who they’re talking to—is even harder, but is no less important.
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01/24/2011
When checking out for-profit schools, Better Business Bureau recommends doing your research and looking for seven red flags.
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01/10/2011
If you’ve made volunteering part of your New Year’s resolutions, the BBB Wise Giving Alliance recommends taking five steps to make sure your volunteering has a big impact.
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01/07/2011
If you’re pledging to lose some pounds this year by joining a gym, the Better Business Bureau recommends asking ten questions before signing on the dotted line.
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12/16/2010
Before allowing children to share personal information with a “Letter to Santa” website, the Children’s Advertising Review Unit (CARU) recommends that adults carefully review the site.
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12/08/2010
These days, everyone is looking for ways to save money. The popularity of online coupons is soaring. But Better Business Bureau wants to warn people that what may seem like a good deal, isn’t always.
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12/03/2010
The Better Business Bureau is warning consumers to be on the lookout for two phishing scams this holiday season. Hackers are pretending to be customer service personnel from some of the biggest names in..
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12/02/2010
Many airports and other public spaces offer free wireless, or Wi-Fi, connections for the public to log onto the Internet from their laptop computers. “Hackers are now taking advantage of travelers who ..
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12/02/2010
Because of technology and the creativity of charities, there are many different ways that donors can give to a worthy cause. Whether you’re giving money, canned goods, used items or your time, BBB Wise ..
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