Better Business Bureau
Consumers complain they didn’t receive their titles after paying off car loans.
From an elephant extravaganza to motorcycle madness to cirque artists, Piccadilly Circus is coming to town and promising big acts. But, the Better Business Bureau of Fort Worth says it doesn’t deliver.
The changing North Texas weather of hot days and drenching rains can wreak havoc on concrete/slab foundations. Officials with the BBB say they’ve seen a 70-percent increase in the number of inquiries about foundation companies and they expect the number to increase.
“You hire someone you trust, and you think they are going to take the best care of it and that didn’t happen.”
In April of last year, hail pounded Hill Pratt’s Farmers Branch home –– or, as he tells it, “it was like being in the middle of a bombing raid.”
When the sun rose on Thursday, it further illuminated the busted windshields, deeply dented hoods, shattered home windows and obliterated tile roofs that remained long after Wednesday night’s hail turned to water.
The Hodges family in Haltom City gave more than $30,000 to a Plano contractor to level and remodel their 50-year-old home. But, they said, they haven’t seen him in three months.
Stacy Gordon thought she found a good deal on a birthday gift for her daughter. Last January, she ordered an iPod docking station from the website savemore.com. She bought a voucher for $31 — for what the website called a $61 value. But she never received it.
Both the FBI and the Better Business Bureau say timeshare resale fraud is on the rise in North Texas and nationwide.
Millions of people chose to shop online for Christmas gifts this year. But a North Texas based website offering daily deals is attracting hundreds of complaints. Consumers say they ordered and paid for merchandise — and never received it.
Running a small car shop in Richardson, Rod Resh and his wife, Pam Shaw, rely heavily on the local community.
The Better Business Bureau is issuing a warning to consumers about an advertisement popping up in some North Texas newspapers or on late-night television.