The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) along with the FBI recommend consumers and businesses take steps to protect electronic devices against cyber attacks.
BBB Wisconsin Scam Alert: Wisconsinites lost more than $93,000 to scams during Summer 2021.
Consumers from around the world are telling the Better Business Bureau (BBB) Serving Wisconsin that it’s difficult to get products to work that they purchased from POWR Co., an online retailer of cell phone accessories, and even harder to return the defective items and receive a resolution.
Parents and students expect to spend more than ever on back-to-school shopping this year, according to the National Retail Federation’s annual survey. If you — or a student in your life — is shopping for books, clothes, school supplies, backpacks or other items, be sure to keep these tips in mind. Better Business Bureau offers the following advice on how to shop smart for back-to-school or back-to-college purchases.
Several types of scams emerge throughout the year but if you remember a few simple tips, it could help you avoid scams all year long.
Scammers are taking advantage of the public by impersonating energy company representatives. Using a service disconnection threat, scammers try to convince the consumer to purchase prepaid debit cards and provide the card information to them.
It may seem like school just let out, but it’s time to think about shopping for the new school year.
It’s prime moving season and demand for movers is very high. The Wisconsin Better Business Bureau shares tips on hiring a reputable mover.
New Medicare cards will be mailed out in June to everyone who is enrolled in Medicare. If you are called by someone who claims to be with Medicare and asks for personal information, beware!
Gift cards might seem like the perfect present for a hard-to-shop-for friend or family member, but they are not without drawbacks. When a store goes out of business, gift cards do, too.