North Texas Couple Fears For Safety From Faulty Floors In New HomeThey called the Altura Homes who built the house. They told them they were better off waiting to fix the problem at their one-year walkthrough in 2015.
Customers Worked Over By Now Defunct Massage SpaMore than a half dozen customers of Massage City in Allen contacted CBS11 accusing the owner of collecting thousands of dollars for expensive massages, then going out of business without warning.
Dallas BBB Warns Of Zika-Related ScamsThe Dallas Better Business Bureau is alerting consumers about a number of scams popping up in regard to the Zika virus.
New Complaints About Same Pool CompanyMore customers called CBS 11 claiming they're owed thousands by a North Texas pool care company. Industry experts told her the questions you should ask before hiring any pool service provider.
I-Team: Dallas Company Mailing Mysterious DeviceYou've likely heard of having your identity stolen or your banking account taken over, but what about someone "becoming you" on line? A new device may be helping some people, and companies, do just that.
TV Repair Runaround, Complaints Aplenty For Cedar Hill ShopNumerous customers of Corbin's TV in Cedar Hill are complaining of not receiving repairs they paid for upfront.
Customers Complain They Can't Cancel Gym ContractsA Consumer Justice warning before you sign up for a gym this year after hundreds complain to the BBB about gym cancellation issues.
Consumer Justice: Company Named "Worst In The Nation" By IndustryHundreds of complaints against Garage Door Services or GDS about overcharging have been filed with the BBB against a Dallas area business.
Going Out Of Business For 60th Time?The Better Business Bureau says this company offering cheap office supplies was pulling a scam.
Better Business Bureau Warns Against AC Repair ScamThe hotter it gets, the more opportunistic scam artists get. That's the warning from the Better Business Bureau when it comes to some air-conditioning repair contractors.
Watch Out For Storm-Chasing Con ArtistsVictims of natural disaster often times are hit twice. Once by mother nature and again by scam artists taking advantage of their situation.
Couple In Tug-Of-War With Moving CompanyWeeks after moving to Texas, Cari and Brett Myers are still living in a virtually empty home. "By and large, everything is still on the truck," said Cari.