Better Business Bureau
Dozens of North Texans said they were locked out of their homes and then fell victim to a bad locksmith.
Don’t get taken by scammers during the Holiday season.
To professionally cut hair in the state of Texas, you have to have a license. If you want to paint nails for a living, you too need a license. But if you install or repairs roofs, Texas requires nothing.
The Fort Worth Better Business Bureau is warning residents about a new phone scam which has cost many unsuspecting victims hundreds of dollars.
It may look like breaking news about Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 – but following these links could lead you to trouble.
A local contractor says he thought it was a godsend when a company offered to help him recoup money he was owed.
A charge that adds up to less than ten bucks could be the tell tale sign that scammers have their hands on your credit card number.
A consumer protection group says scammers are trying to take advantage of confusion over the national health care law.
Unscrupulous door-to-door salespeople frequent Texas neighborhoods mostly during the summer months. Officials say they’ve recently seen an increased number of Texans scammed by people selling security systems.
With triple-digit heat in the forecast for at least the next few days North Texans are truly appreciating air conditioning, but with the hot weather comes an increase in a/c repair rip-offs.
Images of people who have lost their loved-ones, or their homes, break most of our hearts. But, unfortunately, all too often, thieves see them as picture-perfect opportunities.
Chris Green says he tired of listening to the phone ring and ring. He’s been trying to reach someone at Credit Alliance Group of Dallas for months.