“The clear message is that across this country, and indeed internationally, law enforcement agencies are on the lookout for deceptive and illegal practices by auto dealers.”
There’s a science to scams, and it may surprise you to know that scammers use many of the same techniques as legitimate sales professionals.
That’s the message from the Better Business Bureau of Michigan…
In the last five months, nearly 100 local small business customers have been robbed of thousands of dollars by crooks posing to be utility employees.
Schuette’s Consumer Alert recommends the following six consumer tips for hiring a water clean-up company or contractor:
You’re not going to get a threatening call from the IRS, even if you do owe back taxes …
The Better Business Bureau has established a program called Senior Scene which encourages senior citizens to be on the lookout for scams targeting seniors and to report them to authorities.
Redford police are looking for a man who’s been pretending to be a cop to rip off local seniors.
The Macomb County Sheriff warns residents about a scamming technique called “spoofing.”
Thinking about buying a car this season? The Macomb County Sheriff’s Department says: “Buyer, beware.”