Residents and small businesses are encouraged to take an important step in identity protection by attending BBB’s Secure Your ID Day community shred and computer recycling event on Saturday, October 22 at the BBB Office parking lot in Southfield.
Because college students are so susceptible to identity theft, the Better Business Bureau recommends that they take several simple steps to help protect themselves on campus.
The Southfield-based Better Business Bureau Serving Detroit and Eastern Michigan advises consumers to think before they try to cash in on the gold rush
To avoid headaches, the Better Business Bureau advises consumers to make sure you and the lawn service have clear, written expectations for what the company will provide for the agreed-upon fees.
Since this is the busiest time of year for moving, the Better Business Bureau is out with a few guidelines to avoid being scammed.
Over the past year hundreds of complaints have been filed over an internet offer for a free trial of cigarettes – that really aren’t free at all.
The Better Business Bureau’s “Secure Your ID” event took place in the parking lot of their office.
Consumers filed 1.1 million complaints against North American businesses in 2010, reflecting a ten percent increase over the previous year.