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The Better Business Bureau of Southern Arizona is alerting businesses to USWorkmen.com. Purportedly based in Tucson, U.S. Workmen is soliciting contractors around the country, offering a "free" list of biddable jobs in their area for a $100 background check fee. Read more»

The Better Business Bureau of Southern Arizona is advising voters to be on the lookout for the growing number of scams that are likely to continue leading up to the presidential election. Read more»

Hundreds of thousands of Internet users may lose their online access on July 9, and the Better Business Bureau is urging all consumers and businesses to run a quick and easy diagnostic test to see if their computers are infected. Read more»

With recent temperatures reaching triple digits, many Southern Arizonans are thinking about having an air conditioning unit installed, or having their existing unit tuned up. Consumers should be wary of too-good-to-be-true deals, the Better Business Bureau of Southern Arizona warned. Read more»

Consumers expecting a tax refund might be looking forward to filing their taxes early this year, but the Better Business Bureau of Southern Arizona warns to be cautious of tax preparers who claim they can get larger refunds than their competitors. Read more»

Consumers who let down their guard during the hectic holiday season can easily fall prey to scammers poised to pounce on careless or overburdened shoppers, the Better Business Bureau of Southern Arizona warns. Read more» 1

Parents of youth football league participants in Phoenix and Tucson say a photo studio sold them an incomplete and poor quality product. Read more» 1

The Better Business Bureau is warning property owners of mailers that offer to provide real estate deeds for much more than what the county recorder charges. Read more»

The Better Business Bureau is issuing an urgent scam alert cautioning businesses and consumers about an email that is purporting to be from a bbb.org email address about a recently filed complaint. The email contains a dangerous attachment. Read more»

Layaway has become increasingly popular with the challenging economic times. Many find it very helpful during the holidays to be able to space out payments. However, putting an item on layaway may result in a loss of money or the item itself if you don't read the contract carefully. Read more»

Some of the most cynical scams target service members, their families and veterans, warns the Better Business Bureau of Southern Arizona. Veterans Day is a key opportunity for scammers who would target those who are serving or have served their nation, especially elderly vets. Read more»

The Better Business Bureau of Southern Arizona is warning of phones calls coming from 718-683-3104, claiming there's a problem with the call recipient's credit card, and that action must be taken to keep the account open. Read more»

The Better Business Bureau of Southern Arizona is alerting consumers that they may be seeing new fees on their bank statement for using their debit card. Read more»

The Better Business Bureau of Southern Arizona is alerting consumers to a woman posing as a BBB employee who is calling consumers around the country from a Vail phone number claiming to be giving sweepstakes winnings, the agency said. Read more»

The Better Business Bureau of Southern Arizona is alerting consumers and businesses to YellowpagesO, a New York company that is mailing invoices for online marketing services to businesses in Tucson. Read more»

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