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The Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota (BBB) is urging consumers considering an online car purchase to be extra cautious.
Consumers have been reporting phone calls from people identifying themselves as computer technicians. The BBB is urging people not to be fooled by these calls as they are not legitimate.
The Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota (BBB) announced the recipients of the 2012 BBB Integrity Awards at a ceremony held on October 29.
The BBB has noted a spike in complaints against Power4Home Pro, a solar and wind energy manufacturing company which claims they can teach people how to “eliminate their power bill.”
The BBB announces the 2012 finalists for the 13th Annual Better Business Bureau Integrity Awards.
The BBB and the MN Department of Labor and Industry are alerting consumers to a law which was enacted in 2010, prohibiting contractors from promising to pay or rebate applicable insurance deductibles.
The BBB is warning businesses and consumers about a scam claiming that President Obama will pay their utility bills through a new federal program.
The BBB is warning consumers and businesses that asphalt scam artists are out and about trying to rustle up jobs.
The BBB is warning people that there are unscrupulous individuals using Craigslist and other websites—posing as landlords or rental agents—to scam you.
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