Better Business Bureau
According to a lawsuit filed by the attorney general’s office, several air duct cleaning companies not only scammed people out of money, the service could get some customers sick.
A woman whose family was a victim of Colorado’s floods has hired a private detective in hopes of getting treasured furniture back from an apparent scam artist.
Clients of a Wheat Ridge health clinic may have lost their money after the company disappeared.
As the fall semester begins for colleges and universities, the Better Business Bureau has issued a warning for a certain age group of adults who are vulnerable of being a target for identity theft.
The Finest Duct Cleaning Inc. has been getting complaints from customers, and on Friday was ordered to stop doing business.
It seems to happen after disasters or a tragic event- scammers prey on people looking to do a good thing by donating to a particular cause.
Many Coloradoans have been billed hundreds of dollars for publications they never signed up for. 4 On Your Side Money Saver Suzanne McCarroll talked to victims who say the endless harassment from bill collectors can get hostile.
As technology evolves, so do the criminals who use it. One area being highlighted this week is the ever-changing crime of identity theft. One problem is there are so many different forms.
The Denver/Boulder Better Business Bureau finds faulty advertising among air duct cleaners.
Consumer complaints against Colorado towing companies are on the rise, and have been so for the last several years, with an outcry over what many consumers call predatory or aggressive towing.