IRS and tech-support scams are among the most common scams affecting Tucson.
Dec. 26 is the second-heaviest retail traffic day of the year.
The Better Business Bureau Serving Southern Arizona sent out the following press release, to warn consumers of scams targeting service members, their families and veterans:
Uprooted trees and scattered debris kept some businesses extra busy yesterday.
By gaining access to consumers’ personal computers, a company called Cyber Securities tries to take personal information to gain access to bank accounts and other sensitive information, the Better Business Bureau Serving Southern Arizona warns.
Nine local businesses were recognized by the Better Business Bureau Serving Southern Arizona, Thursday, at its annual Torch Awards Luncheon at JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort in Tucson.
Consumers considering the purchase of Hearthware Inc.’s NuWave Oven, usually sold through infomercials, should consider an alert from the Better Business Bureau of Southern Arizona.
Scammers are posing as representatives of Tucson Medical Center's Mega Raffle, calling Southern Arizona residents and claiming they've won a car and a prize package, the Better Business Bureau of Southern Arizona warns.
In the wake of the loss of the Prescott firefighters to the Yarnell fire, the Better Business Bureau has issued tips for wise charitable giving.
We all like freebies, but if something sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
The Better Business Bureau sent out a press release with tips to help donors decide who to make donations to in the wake of yesterday's tornadoes.
Taxes are due in one month. The Better Business Bureau of Southern Arizona sent out a list of tips to help taxpayers avoid making mistakes when selecting tax preparation help to avoid costly mistakes on their returns.
I received this press release from the Better Business Bureau of Southern Arizona this morning and thought I'd pass it along. There's good information we should all be aware of, as well as tips for spotting fake coupons.
The Better Business Bureau of Southern Arizona is warning contractor businesses about a company purportedly based in Tucson that has generated more than 500 inquiries over a dubious bidding-list offer.
The Better Business Bureau of Southern Arizona put out a warning Tuesday about a Tucson promotion company that canceled a cruise featuring R&B singer R. Kelly and "disappeared with their money."
While Memorial Day is a time to honor those who have served and died in war, scammers see it as an opportunity to target veterans, the local Better Business Bureau warns.