There are some risks to using your debit or credit card in public places, said Howard Schwartz of the Connecticut Better Business Bureau.
Andrew Schreier was behind the wheel when he pulled alongside another car, pulled out a gold badge, and said “I’m a cop, and I’ll give you tickets,” according to Nassau County police.
As we get deeper into election season, the number of household robocalls is increasing, and you may wonder why you’re getting them at all.
Businesses in Connecticut and nationwide are being warned to guard against a spam email that falsely claims to be from the Better Business Bureau.
A Bosnian native, who has been living in Berlin, Conn. for the last 14 years, said she was recently scammed out of $680 when she went online to seek help to apply for U.S. citizenship.
There is a warning to those using ATM cards this holiday season.