Almost 80 percent of U.S. households have signed up for a streaming service such as Netflix, Disney+, PBS Passport or Hulu, and the Better Business Bureau warns consumers to be careful when activating their accounts.
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It truly is the most wonderful time of the year, but it’s also true for scammers who find the holiday season an opportune time to take advantage of shoppers. Learn about current holidays scams and how to avoid them from BBB Upstate.
More consumers are traveling this summer as COVID-19 restrictions ease. If your plans include a hotel stay, the Better Business Bureau cautions consumers to be on the lookout for five common hotel scams.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues and the COVID-19 vaccine rolls out, Better Business Bureau Upstate SC officials warn of scammers that are hawking everything from vitamins to essential oils and herbal teas that they say will prevent and cure coronavirus.
Carolina Olive Oil, LLC in downtown Simpsonville has received the BBB Applause Award for meeting and exceeding advertising standards.
The Better Business Bureau®of Upstate South Carolina and the Federal Trade Commission are holding free webinars for businesses and consumers on avoiding coronavirus scams.
The #Classof2020 Facebook challenge is attracting the attention of scammers, the Better Business Bureau warns.
As concerns over the spread of coronavirus increase, the Better Business Bureau of the Upstate is warning consumers about emails, social media posts and websites pushing products that purportedly prevent or “cure” the virus.