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By Better Business Bureau serving Eastern NC
Better Business Bureau serving Eastern North Carolina warns that Verizon customers are receiving phony e-mails that look almost identical to the real alerts many customers get to remind them of monthly payments.
By Howard Schwartz
Your mailbox provides criminals with a low-tech method of opening a line of credit in your name. Reducing unwanted, pre-approved credit card offers may help protect you from credit card fraud.
By Howard Schwartz
The recent spate of phony BBB emails inundating consumers, BBB-accredited and non-accredited businesses' inboxes has led the FBI to issue an alert this week about the recurring scam.
By David Cutler
The new program will allow consumers to audit their financial obligations, including accounts that have simple and variable interest rates. Members will have the ability to audit their auto, boat , furniture, student loans and credit cards accounts.
By Administrator
Scam Alert! Scam artists are luring in individuals with the term wholesale and discount diamonds. You may think you are getting a steal but.. Read on to learn more.
By Howard Schwartz
Every year BBB and the American Moving & Storage Association (AMSA) receive thousands of complaints from consumers who have fallen prey to dishonest and often unlicensed moving companies.
By Better Business Bureau serving Eastern NC
In an effort to keep the public informed, Better Business Bureau serving Eastern North Carolina offers monthly Scam Alerts:
By Marta Munia
Online event registration will not be free from scams, but being aware of the typical behaviours of scammers can help participants to avoid them.
By Strategic Consultants
Bella Homes LLC a Delaware registered limited liability company with virtual offices in Arizona and Georgia has been accused by the government of scamming homeowners in foreclosure out of $3,000,000 (USD) since March 2010.
By nvirocom
Nvirocom crossed the globe with operations for call termination and have become a success in Cameroon Africa. Nvirocom are now set to expand throughout the continent of Africa, setting new standards and fighting against ilegal operations worldwide.
By Howard Schwartz
Cell phone users are receiving SMS (Short Message Service) texts offering services, and being billed when they try to opt out.
By DEK Solutions
Every year, more and more small businesses are becoming victims of scammers. Know how to identify a potential scammer and what to do to prevent your business from becoming another victim.
By zp auto
Female Auto Repair shop owner appears on National TV to help women navigate the auto repair world and not get ripped off.
By Leason Ellis LLP
Trademark law firm files suit against company for charging consumers almost $1,000 for inclusion in worthless catalog of registered marks
By Co Admin
Any form of energy may be transformed into another form. For example all types of potential energy are converted into kinetic energy when the objects are given freedom to move to different position- for example, when an object falls off a support.
By Site Admin
Peak Oil is a term used to refer to the point where maximum petroleum extraction possible is reached worldwide.
By Bruce Patrick
The one thing that I always tell people when they join One24 is to have realistic expectations and stay the course. This is not a get rich program and you will get out of it what you put into it.
By Howard Schwartz
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) says income tax scams are being spread by word of mouth among unsuspecting and well-intentioned individuals who tell friends and relatives.
By Howard Schwartz
Connecticut Better Business Bureau cautions consumers to think twice about unsolicited offers to have their chimney cleaned.
SCPD Able to Track Stolen Bins That Were Used in Charity Scam.
By JC Modeling and Acting
Superstar kid with JC Modeling and Acting in Oakbrook Terrace signs with Hollywood Agent Debbie Beal. Parent gives a review and tells how it all started.
By Site Admin
DEP is standardizing diversification in oil and gas investments to better profit themselves and the investors simultaneously.
By Howard Schwartz
As the popularity of e-readers and e-books grows, so does the proliferation of related scams.
By DEP Staff
Dynamic Energy Partners is striving to diversify investor portfolios and raise profit.
By Better Business Bureau serving Eastern NC
Some homeowners who are “under water” with their mortgages can now refinance under the Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP), and BBB is warning consumers that banks and mortgage companies are not the only ones gearing up for the applications.
By Howard Schwartz
The convenience of gift cards can be offset by their risks, depending on where you buy them. Consumers report scammers are selling worthless cars in online classified ads, and unwittingly purchasing empty cards at gas stations and corner stores.
By Joe Gimenez, a blog dedicated to helping people unmask scammers who prey on Craigslist advertisers, will surpass 150,000 page views at the end of November.
By FilmWorks Entertainment
FilmWorks Entertainment’s edgy indie film Green Guys hits shelves just in time for the Thanksgiving Holiday on November 22nd 2011. The film will be available on DVD, VOD and download platforms nationwide.
By William Blake
Finally, a web hosting website designed at helping you get the best coupon codes, discounts and hosting reviews - all in 1 place...
By Howard Schwartz
Iraqi Currency Speculation Schemes Fraught with Big Promises and Doubts about Value
By FileIce Review
Is FileIce a scam? An independent review on the fast-growing popular PPD platform including a registration walkthrough and an insight into how the system works.
By Howard Schwartz
More than 170 complaints from consumers across the nation have been filed with BBB this year against various companies claiming they can help immigrants with citizenship matters.
By Howard Schwartz
CT BBB says Research can help Prevent Headaches
By Ibrahim
The Serious Fraud Office recently confirmed that, with the collapse of the mortgage lending and property markets, buy-to-let scams have emerged to take advantage of the crisis.
By Howard Schwartz
Connecticut BBB Recommends Consumers Carefully Balance Convenience with Security
By Howard Schwartz
Callers Pretending to be Relatives in Distress Now Armed with Family-Specific Information
By Howard Schwartz
There are contradicting studies as to whether cell phone RF causes brain cancer and, to date, such dangers are unproven. However, scammers are cashing in on consumer concerns about potential risks.
By Chakallas Dot Com
This news exposes popular Sulekha Websites and other parts cheating advertisers, ripping off their money while making money for themselves and putting stress on employees to find more and more indian advertisers to put in money.
By Howard Schwartz
More than 660 complaints have been filed with BBB nationwide about door-to-door sellers so far this year, and indications are that number will swell beyond the 1,200 complaints in 2010.
By Howard Schwartz
QR codes can be used to direct a browser to a website that may download destructive software or convert a computer into a SPAM generator.
By Maurice Manhattan
There had been a number of cases reported about mold remediation con artists who make money out of homeowners. With the newly created regulation, consumers can now be worry free.
By Howard Schwartz
Cybercrooks are harvesting Social Security numbers online - some of which reportedly have been assigned to children. These are used to illegally establish lines of credit, leaving the children's families with debt that may take decades to repay.
By Howard Schwartz
Some of the most common mistakes consumers make when looking for an air conditioning contractor are hiring the first contractor they find, not doing the proper research and not getting all the details of their service repair in writing.
By Blacknight Solutions
Blacknight warn domain registrants to beware of companies offering pre-registrations in New gTLDs.
By New York Business Partners
New York Business Partners CEO, Rafael Diaz, warns of many prospective job seekers that are being affected by employment scams. Most recently: companies attempting to trick prospective employees into parting with their money.
By Jason R. Jones
If there is an advertising service that will do a lot to boost the Internet marketing and advertising efforts of beginning Internet marketers and newbies, it is All Inclusive Ads.
By 8000inc
In the Company’s quest to clearly show manipulation of its common stock, including naked short selling of, we have done this further analysis consistent with the current mission of the SEC.
By Howard Schwartz
In the absence of consumer trust, reputable Connecticut companies lose business to shady operators who offer low bids for shoddy workmanship performed with low quality materials.
By Felicia Waters
Some people make money out of car insurance. They intentionally damage vehicles so that they can squeeze money out from insurance companies. A new legislation will be passed to help eradicate these scammers.
By Howard Schwartz
Smishing, phishing for information through Short Message Service (SMS), is yet another indicator that smart phones and other mobile devices increasingly are becoming a tool of choice for scammers.

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