Better Business Bureau
The Better Business Bureau has a warning about a computer scam that’s going around. It’s actually an old scam with a new twist.
If you shop online, be aware of a phony email that’s circulating.
Local police and the Better Business Bureau are both warning people about the dangers of being robbed and scammed by people who are claiming to be door-to-door salespeople.
It’s a sign that makes you wonder, what lawsuit? What pool company? Who could be this angry?
The Better Business Bureau is warning consumers to be on the look out for the “one ring” cell phone scam.
Ross Township Fire Marshal John Reubi showed us the paperwork sent to Bernard and Evelyn Sobol Friday because of water leaking all over Amanda Loscar and Dave Rennebeck’s Waldorf Park apartment.
In New York City, surveillance video catches a UPS driver dropping off a package, less than a minute late, a woman jumps out of a minivan and steals it.
A local woman is learning that some telephone scammers never give up.
Sometimes it seems like there’s a free trial offer for everything.
If you get a notice in the mail telling you it’s time to renew your magazine subscription, make sure you read that renewal carefully.
There are two new scams to warn you about.
We have a warning for you about a scam that’s going around. It begins with a phone call.
A man from McKeesport says his ailing wife and premature baby are being put at risk because a car repair shop has kept his minivan for weeks and will not repair it.
It’s that time of year again when taxpayers agonize over their tax returns. And, no surprise, nearly two out of three of us pay for outside help to do it right, but who we get to help is not a simple matter.
The Better Business Bureau has issued a warning about scam artists pretending to be protecting you from telemarketers.