Don't Get Taken For A Ride During HVAC Maintenance SeasonIt's time for a winter furnace tune-up -- but the Better Business Bureau has a warning for anyone choosing an HVAC contractor.
Better Business Bureau Warns Of Online Pet ScamsThe Better Business Bureau is warning those looking for pets online that there has been an uptick in fake adoption web sites.
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell Speaks Out On BBB Accreditation LossWhile they have sold 25 million pillows, the Better Business Bureau this week rated MyPillow with an F.
Better Business Bureau Lowers MyPillow Rating To FThe organization says the company violated its code of advertising after receiving complaints from consumers.
Restaurant's Sudden Closing Leaves Workers, Gift Card Holders In The ColdA Twin Cities restaurant abruptly closed on Christmas Eve, leaving customers in the dark and workers without paychecks.
Apple Valley Contracting Company Under Fire After ‘Nightmare’ ReportsAn Apple Valley contracting company has come under fire for what former customers are calling poor work and poor communication.
Better Business Bureau Announces Top Scams For 2015The Better Business Bureau is out with the top scams for 2015. The scams vary in name but they are similar in the way they work.
Good Question: Why Do Telemarketers Still Call?In 2014, almost 50,000 Minnesotans complained to the Federal Trade Commission about telemarketers and robocalls. These people are on the Do Not Call List, but are still being interrupted by the ringing phone.
Better Business Bureau Hosting Seminar To Warn Of Scams Targeting SeniorsThe Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota warns seniors against the following scams, those especially that target seniors. There are four things seniors should watch out for.
Is Door-To-Door Minnesota Company Really Helping Troops?A Minnesota company that says it's helping troops overseas is coming under scrutiny from the Better Business Bureau.
More Complaints Surface About Sportswear CompanyWCCO has learned about more complaints against Brooklyn Park company Breakaway Sportswear. The company sent over-sized jerseys to a youth hockey team in Wisconsin. The Stoughton Hockey team got the jerseys late, in the wrong color and they were big enough to fit an adult.