Consumer Justice Investigates Multi-Million Dollar Beauty Cream BusinessThousands of customers say they didn't know they were also being enrolled in costly monthly subscriptions.
Customers Complain About Dallas-Based Medical Supply CompanyMore than 150 people have complained to the Better Business Bureau about DSM Medical Supply. However, the company said that hackers and an ex-employee are to blame for the issues.
Top 5 Things To Know Before Giving To CharityThe Better Business Bureau is warning North Texans to be on the lookout for charity ‘impostors’.
Hotel Scheme Hooks Scholars From Around The WorldIt was an elaborate scheme to hook scholars and intellectuals around the world.
Dr. Tattoff Leaves Customers Half InkedStephine Tigert wanted to erase a mistake she made when she was 18-years-old. But when she went in for her fifth session the door was locked and the lights were out.
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.
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.
Better Business Bureau's Scam TrackerTo learn about scams in your area you can check out the Better Business Bureau's scam tracker
Family Says Popular Chew Toy Could Have Killed DogA Plano family wants Consumer Justice when their dog almost died after eating part of a chewable dog toy.
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.
Consumer Justice: Businesses Say Man Accused Of Taking Thousands Still At ItCustomers say a man accused of taking thousands of dollars from small businesses in Texas is still at it.