Better Business Bureau
Tis the season for giving, but what happens if the gift you have given or received needs to be returned or exchanged?
The Better Business Bureau of Detroit and Eastern Michigan reported last week that businesses across the country have been receiving a spam email purporting to be from the Better Business Bureau regarding a complaint and referencing a complaint identification number. These emails have virus potential.
In order to fight scammers, hackers and assorted other online grinches, the Better Business Bureau serving East Michigan and the Upper Peninsula offers 10 tips for staying safe when holiday shopping online.
The holidays are a happy time for food, family, and friendship, but they are also a time for fraud.
Because of technology and the creativity of charities, there are many different ways that donors can give to a worthy cause. Whether you’re giving money, canned goods, used items or your time, BBB Wise Giving Alliance reminds donors that how you give is just as important as what you give.
A bogus Detroit lending company is requiring loan applicants to send in a “collateral deposit” to get a loan. Don’t fall for it, the Better Business Bureau warns.
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.
A new mobile application for Apple iPhone and iPad users, BBB Search, allows Business Reviews and other information from the Better Business Bureau to be available on the go.
For the second consecutive year, your Better Business Bureau Serving Eastern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula will sponsor the Michigan chapter of the National Consumers League’s 2011-12 LifeSmarts competition.
The Better Business Bureau of Detroit and Eastern Michigan has received consumer inquiries regarding yet another “Sweepstakes/Telemarketing” scam.