If you recently received a scam call from your own phone number (or a very similar number), you aren’t alone. People across the state are reporting calls from lookalike numbers. It’s a newly popular technique that scammers use to trick targets into picking up.
The Better Business Bureau is concerned about fraudsters taking advantage of confusion over the latest news on DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals).
Every year Milwaukee residents complain about door-to-door scammers attempting to take advantage of them. Here are some tips to avoid being scammed.
Are you starting the new year with a mountain of debt? You’re not alone.
With only a few weeks left before Christmas, you may be among the many people busy shopping. You expect your shopping experience to be festive and fun, but it doesn’t always turn out that way. Here’s what to do if you run into a problem.
When considering seasonal work around the holidays be careful and on the lookout for employment scams. Wisconsin Better Business Bureau provides tips on how to protect yourself.
With summer underway, the door-knocking season is in full swing and the Better Business Bureau is warning consumers about deceptive sales tactics.
Although Milwaukee does not experience much severe flooding, used-car buyers still need to be aware of water damage. Consumers can take precautions to ensure the car has not been affected by water damage.
Follow these tips to talk to your children about Internet safety and ensure that your children are not at risk.
Scammers have many ways of trying to steal your money. The best defense is to understand the schemes they attempt and report fraudulent activity to the authorities.