Attention small business owners. Cyber security attacks has grown into one of the biggest threats for your business. You're invited to a free seminar, presented by FBI Special Agent Matthew Billings.
FREE shred event, sponsored by the local Better Business Bureau and MaxShred, will take place Saturday, April 27th.
Have you ever received an email, phone call or letter from Publishers Clearing House saying that you were a big winner?
Would you know how to respond in an active shooter situation? Did you know 80-percent of active shooter events occur in the workplace? The Better Business Bureau wants to help. They're hosting an active shooter workshop.
The Better Business Bureau is partnering with Google for a FREE workshop to help you enhance your online marketing. The event is Wednesday, March 14th. But you need to RSVP.
Local and state authorities are warning everyone of a phone scam that tells recipients they won a car and need to make a deposit. Police say it is a scam.
A Smyrna business has made the bi-annual list of businesses consumers can "do without" from the Better Business Bureau.
The Better Business Bureau celebrated 20-years in Rutherford County with a grand re-opening and ribbon cutting. It took place at their 530 Uptown Square branch office Thursday.
The Better Business Bureau awards four "Student of Integrity" Scholarships each year. Terrie Page, local branch manager, tells NewsRadio WGNS a Blackman High School student is one of this year's recipients.
UPDATE: WGNS spoke to David Bowling with the United States Attorney's office and he told us that he could not confirm nor deny a federal case involving Randy Roth or Nashville Motor Cars. The conversation took place on Thursday (6/7/16). The U.S. Attorney's Office works under the arm of the U.S. Department of Justice.
A local Murfreesboro company is one of five Torch Award recipients, announced by the Better Business Bureau. Eagle Communications is one of this year's winners.
A Murfreesboro woman fell victim to fraud after trying to buy a car on Ebay Motors.
Two Murfreesboro residents are among the thousands across the country who've fallen victim to what the I-R-S calls it's number one fraud. Identity thieves are using stolen personally identifiable information to file victims' tax returns and then receive their refunds.
SCC is requesting businesses pay nearly $90 to obtain a Certificate of Existence/Authorization, also known as a Certificate of Good Standing.
Murfreesboro-based, Ross Financial Planning, was awarded the Better Business Bureau's Torch Award for Ethical Commerce for the Small Business category.
Four Rutherford County businesses have been nominated for the Better Business Bureau's Torch Awards, a celebration of the nominee's ethical standing in the community.
The recent winter blasts dealt the area a nasty blow and the hits keep on coming for many residents. Heavy rains have now brought to light damage caused by ice dams.
The local Better Business Bureau held another successful shred event. Thomas Bruff with MaxShred brought his truck out once again to the bi-annual event at Lowe's on Old Fort Parkway.
The Better Business Bureau is warning Rutherford Countians of "storm chasers" in the area after recent hail storms.
An elderly Murfreesboro woman has been forced to file bankruptcy after being scammed out of 62-thousand dollars.
A Meadowhill Drive family was recently coerced into purchasing a home security system upgrade. Terrie Page with the Better Business Bureau, warns consumers to beware of door to door salesman selling anything.
Thursday, March 13, 2014, BBB Middle Tennessee will host a ‘Violated Online’ seminar at the Middle TN Association of Realtors for business owners. Author of ‘Violated Online’, Steven Wyer will educate business owners on techniques.
The Better Business Bureau warns consumers of a shrewd “jury duty scam” phone call used by fraudsters to scam money from unsuspecting citizens. The scammer offers to help consumers avoid jail time by paying a fine through Money Pak cards.
A man living in Rutherford County who is from India fell for a scam that cost him over $5,000. The victim told police he received a call from a subject claiming to be a bondsman.
An elderly woman in Murfreesboro says that she has sent roughly $60,000 to various address after being told that she had won $16.5-million, a house and a new car. The victim sent the money using MoneyGrams and also Money Pak gift cards.
Being told that you won the lottery is usually not how you find out that you won the lottery. In other words, winnings are usually determined by a scratch off ticket OR by hearing the winning lottery numbers in the media.
The victim told officers that he has called the installer numerous times and in conversation, the subject allegedly threatens to never complete the job if he is not paid more money. The victim says he will prosecute.
If seniors do agree to the system in some cases it can cost $35 a month or more for monitoring.
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