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BBB Reaches Out To Serve Ethnic Communities

By Bill Smith, BBB Reporter

Ethnic diversity shows up in the “Little Bosnia” neighborhoods of South St. Louis, the Asian restaurants and businesses up and down Olive Boulevard and in the rich variety of ethnic entertainment and dress at the summer Festival of Nations in Tower Grove Park. 661 more words

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Pet Sitter suggestions from the Better Business Bureau

ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Finding a reliable pet sitter or boarding facility is critical for pet owners who travel. The Better Business Bureau (BBB) has tips to help you find the right fit for you and your pet. 65 more words

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10 Tips to Stay More Organized at the Office

Sometimes, despite your best efforts, your workday seems to get away from you. With so much to do and so little time to get it all accomplished, it’s easy to find yourself feeling frustrated, lost, and unsure of where to start. 782 more words

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Security tips to know before downloading, playing Pokémon Go

It’s the most downloaded app in history.

Pokémon Go provides its users with an augmented-reality adventure.

But it’s not all fun and games. The Better Business Bureau of Hawaii has a warning for users before they even start to play. 261 more words


Logo Nogo

When Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump announced his running mate to the world last week, something else was revealed, the “official” campaign logo (above).

Initial reaction was, overwhelmingly, negative … except perhaps for late-night talk show writers/hosts who, let’s face it, consider Trump the gift that keeps on giving. 800 more words

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Better Business Bureau Offers Advice for Last-Minute Getaways

MARLBOROUGH, MA — With summer in full swing, many New Englanders may be dreaming about last-minute getaways. Better Business Bureau Serving E. MA, ME, RI & VT (BBB) warns travelers to be aware of vacation scams that could wreak havoc with plans. 956 more words


Jury scam returns to Northeast Wisconsin

APPLETON, Wis. (WBAY) – An old phone scam is once again taking people by surprise.

In this scenario, the scammer claims to be a member of law enforcement who says they missed jury duty and will be be arrested — unless they pay a fine. 243 more words