The Better Business Bureau is warning job seekers to beware of scam job postings, fake recruiter e-mails, and work-at-home schemes.
Scammers are inserting what's called a shim, a card-sized device, into the slot you enter the chip side of your credit or debit card.
Attorney General Jeff Landry urges consumers to consider a few suggestions to help avoid common hurricane-related scams.
The BBB is warning consumers of an online furniture company, Rough Country Rustic Furniture.
Rough Country Rustic Furniture is an online furniture company that currently has 800 open complaints right now as well as $400,000 worth of undelivered furniture.
Learn more tips about local consumer protection at bbb.org.
The scammers are using the sheriff's department main number. They say you have a warrant out for your arrest.
A lawsuit has been filed under your name by the United States Government. You may call our department number at 816-518-0333.
The scammer poses as a deputy U.S. Marshal or other law enforcement agent. they call their potential victim to inform that they have missed federal jury service, but can avoid arrest by paying a fine.
For more tips to avoid scams visit the Better Business Bureau of Acadiana.
The goal of the scammer is to gain your trust and get you to send them money.
Scammers may go through the motions of the health screening – such as taking your blood pressure or cholesterol levels -- only to use your personal information later.
The Better Business Bureau of Acadiana and the FTC is warning consumers about a get-rich scheme.