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.”
Before making holiday purchases for Black Friday, do some research on your choice of retail stores and their policies.
Dearborn police are asking for the public’s help in finding a man wanted for selling fake post-season Detroit Tigers tickets.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette is out with the annual list of your top ten consumer complaints.
The Better Business Bureau Serving Eastern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula is warning consumers that online thieves have found a new method of defrauding people by siphoning cash from their Green Dot MoneyPaks accounts. MoneyPaks, […]