Better Business Bureau
Looking for love, that’s what some Denver singles were hoping to find but claim they got swindled out of thousands of dollars. Some customers of the dating service, Mile High Singles, have filed complaints with the Colorado Attorney General’s Office.
All the rain in Colorado lately has the Better Business Bureau warning shoppers about problems with some used vehicles. Many that got flooded will be hitting the marketplace, and it may be impossible to spot the damage.
Denver police are warning of a new scam that strikes close to home for the department because it tries to cash in on the recent vandalism to the memorial for fallen officers.
It is National Consumer Protection Week, and the Colorado Attorney General’s Office took the chance to unveil its annual list of the top ten consumer complaints.
A Denver towing company that has been the target of numerous complaints has refunded tow fees to a Denver woman after the company indicated it may have mistakenly towed the woman’s car and refused to release it.
It’s an illegal business worth billions and the holiday shopping season is the prime time for return fraud. Thieves take items off store shelves and then take them to the return counter, pretending to have purchased the item.
Gov. John Hickenlooper on Monday challenged Coloradans to set a new record for generosity in the annual Colorado Gives Day.
It’s the newest twist on an old phone scam, and it’s hit some Denver area residents.
A controversial Denver towing company has infuriated some Denver police officers with its latest move: towing a car belonging to witnesses who were assisting Denver police officers with an accident investigation.
After data thieves targeted eight Colorado Jimmy John’s locations, the sandwich company says it has taken steps to shore up its digital safeguards so the theft doesn’t occur again.