Better Business Bureau
The Better Business Bureau (BBB) says scammers tried out some new tricks in 2014, but stuck with the classics as well, according to its informal list of the top 10 scams of 2014.
It’s a popular gift during the holidays, but a Twin Cities couple has a warning for those thinking of placing an order with one door-to-door meat dealer that delivers all across Minnesota.
If you receive a call from area codes belonging to places like Grenada or Antigua and the phone only rings once, the Better Business Bureau warns not to call back. According to the BBB of Minnesota and North Dakota, the calls are part of a scheme being perpetrated by scammers who anticipate victims’ curiosity getting the better of them.
Before you purchase tickets to the Vikings 2013 home opener – the final season at the Metrodome – here’s what the Better Business Bureau wants you to know. Buy tickets from a reputable online ticket broker, such as the official NFL online ticket exchange. Apply common sense — if a deal seems too good to be true, it probably is.
It happens only once in the regular season, the rival Green Bay Packers come to the Metrodome for a showdown against the Vikings.
Singles beware: Internet romance scams are growing and targeting singles over 40, who are divorced, widowed and/or disabled, the Better Business Bureau of Minnesota says.
A Fridley mother trying to protect her son, who has autism, says the contractor she paid in full last fall never finished the job he was hired to do: put up a fence. .
The Better Business Bureau is warning cell phone uses of a texting scam that could lead to fraudulent charges on their accounts.
The Better Business Bureau is now warning consumers about a bike shop in St. Paul after they’ve received several complaints from online users.
Some companies around the Twin Cities say a corporation they’ve never done business with is sending them bills for hundreds of dollars.
Somebody is preying on those who are looking to become U.S. citizens.
St. Cloud is getting its own office of the Better Business Bureau.
The Better Business Bureau of Minnesota is warning consumers of a cell phone scam that’s been reported in the Twin Cities area.