90-Year-Old With Cancer Said LA Fitness Signed Him Up For $5K In Personal Training: 'I Feel Like I Have Been Taken Advantage Of'"I wanted to join a club that teaches me about yoga," Moh Hassan said.
BBB Says Biggest Scams Against North Texans Begin Over The PhoneVirtually all of the biggest scams start in the palm of your hand: phone calls claiming you missed jury duty, have unpaid debt or owe taxes.
BBB Shares Findings On Deceptive 'Free Trial' OffersRepresentatives from the FTC, the Texas Attorney General's Office, the BBB and the U.S. Postal Inspection Service joined forces to talk about combating these "subscription traps."
Scammers Posing As Potential Employers On The Rise, Experts SayFinding the right job can be challenging enough, but now experts are warning people to be on the lookout for scammers posing as potential employers.
Hundreds Of Complaints Filed Against Contractors Post HarveyTexas law doesn't require contractors to be licensed or provide minimal bonds to ensure recovery if their work is subpar.
Consumer Justice Investigates 'Hostage Movers'Presidential Moving Services is accused of holding people's belongings hostage and increasing agreed upon costs for services.
Business Owner Says Square Holding More Than $7,000 Of His MoneyA North Texas man is worried his small business may not survive because his credit card processing company is holding more than $7,000 of his money.
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.
A Rose Is A Rose -- Except When Online Floral Shops Dupe ClientsShe thought she was ordering flowers from a local florist, but in reality, Jill Johnson was ordering flowers from a company almost 1500 miles away.
North Texas Sees Spike In 'Can You Hear Me Now' ScamWe have a Consumer Justice alert after a big spike in the number of Can You Hear Me Now scam complaints in North Texas.
Fake Check Scheme Impacts Local BusinessLilly Brandwine is cautious, but a recent offer sounded good. It came in the form of an email from someone claiming to represent Car Wrap City, offering to pay her to wrap a car with a Heineken logo.