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Security tips after Better Business Bureau hit by cyber attack

A cyber attack that can cause headaches for Internet users and website owners has claimed the Better Business Bureau as a victim.

It’s called a Distributed Denial of Service attack, and it can affect just about any website. 274 more words


Consumer Sentinel Network Complaint Figures

The Consumer Sentinel Network released its 2015 Data Book detailing more than 3 million consumer complaints in 2015. Better Business Bureau is one of more than a dozen leading data contributors to the data book. 902 more words

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Special Edition Saturday, April 23, 2016

Tom Hill attended the Donald Trump rally in Waterbury and called in afterwards to report on it.  Ben was a little under the weather, so he was not there, but Tom showed up a little later to sit in with me for a while. 71 more words


Podcast: How to Market Your Restaurant Online

In this month’s podcast David Quinlan, Vice President of Marketing, talks about the best way for restaurants to market themselves online.

Marketing your restaurant online may require a new approach to make your business stand out from the crowd, but the right combination of methods can be extremely beneficial. 10 more words

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Getting a new sidewalk or driveway? Don’t get scammed

AMHERST, N.Y. (WIVB) – Frank Russo was among dozens of consumers who filed complaints with the Better Business Bureau against a contractor whose workmanship was less than satisfactory. 353 more words

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Shop Smart for a Safe Prom

Prom season is an exciting time for teenagers across the country. There is a lot to do to prepare for the big day, including picking the right attire, renting a limousine and of course finding the perfect date. 394 more words

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SCAM ALERT: Homebuyers Tricked Into Wiring Closing Costs

MARLBOROUGH, MA – Buying a home this spring? If so, watch out for this cunning new con. A recent alert from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) warns that scammers are hacking into email accounts and instructing homebuyers to wire closing costs straight into their pockets. 531 more words