Scammmers Targeting Stimulus Money, BBB WarnsThe Better Business Bureau has a warning as stimulus money becomes available.
Online Purchases, Counterfeit Products Among 2020's Top ScamsIf you were scammed in 2020 you are not alone.
Avoiding Scams While Donating To Australian Wildfire ReliefThe Better Business Bureau of Chicago and Northern Illinois is offering Chicagoans advice on avoiding scams to ensure your money goes to a good cause.
Better Business Bureau: Cards Congratulating Women On Pregnancy Are Suspected Gift Card ScamThe Better Business Bureau on Saturday warned of a suspected gift card scam that has targeted women around the country.
BBB: Beware Of Dubious Donation Sites For Hurricane Michael VictimsWatch out for charities that don't already have staff in the affected areas as they may not be able to provide immediate assistance.
BBB Warns Consumers Of Pet ScamsThat new puppy may look cute and cuddly online, and it may be offered for a cheap price, but more times than not, there's no puppy at all.
The Better Business Bureau's Tips For Returns And ExchangesCBS 2’s Ed Curran sat down with Steve Bernas, with the Better Business Bureau about what you need to know before you return an unwanted holiday gift.
Some Runners Say They Got Last-Minute Notice About Changes To Chicago EventScores of women who signed up for the Chicago "Women Rock" event are complaining about last-minute changes that are shortening their time on the track. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
'Penny Auction' Websites Generating ComplaintsAn iPad for $40, a Kindle for $20 -- those are the kind of bargains penny auction websites are promising this Christmas season. But the Better Business Bureau says complaints against the companies in the Chicago area are up more than 400 percent, CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Better Business Bureau Warns Of Shady Shipping FirmAfter receiving 33 complaints since August against an overseas shipping company based on the Northwest Side, the Better Business Bureau is warning consumers about the firm.
Online Job ScamsWith more than 14 million Americans out of work, many people are turning to online job ads to find work they can do from home. But those ads often turn out to be scams and you can lose out on more than just a job.
Consumers Warned On Temporary Halloween StoresGet tips on how not to get stuck with a scary purchase.