Better Business Bureau
Victims of natural disaster often times are hit twice. Once by mother nature and again by scam artists taking advantage of their situation.
One of the concerns with some shelters that had problems in Oklahoma is they may not have been properly bolted.
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.