Better Business Bureau News
Experts Warn of Missed Delivery-Notice Email Scams
The emails, which could infect your computer, often spike during the holidays.
Mark Zuckerberg Could Find Future in Politics
The "GMA" team of insiders analyzes some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
Safest Cars of 2017 List Revealed
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety released its annual list of top-rated vehicles.
Holiday Scam Targets Facebook With Gift Exchanges
The Better Business Bureau has issued a warning that gift exchanges in your Facebook newsfeed may not be what you think.
Better Business Bureau Warns of Illegal Online 'Secret Sister Gift Exchange' Scam
The Better Business Bureau issued a warning alerting consumers of an illegal "Secret Sister Gift Exchange" scam that has been making the rounds on the internet this holiday season. "The Secret Sister Gift Exchange" invites participants to purchase a gift valued at $10 for a stranger, and claims
Buying a New Construction Home? Read This First
Dear Readers: Your home is one of the biggest investments you’ll make. It’s also a purchase that’ll affect you and your family every single day. But, as an ABC News “Nightline” investigation revealed this week, buying a newly constructed home can be fraught with perils such as melting siding, loose
HGTV's 'Flip or Flop' Star Defends Real Estate Seminar After Scamming Accusations
Christina and Tarek El Moussa of HGTV's "Flip or Flop" are facing backlash from students of their real estate seminars who claim the couple's program is misleading. The El Moussas are known for renovating homes and selling them for a profit on the show. Their seminar program, titled, "Success,
'Flip or Flop' Stars Accused of Misleading Customers
Tarek and Christina El Moussa-- the stars of the popular HGTV show -- are being accused of offering pricey house-flipping courses and rarely showing up.
Attorney General Investigating Potential Identity Theft in Wells Fargo Criminal Trial
After the bank's CEO John Stumpf stepped down, the California Attorney General is investigating whether employees committed identity theft.