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5 Deceptive Scams Small Businesses Should Be Aware Of
5 Deceptive Scams Small Businesses Should Be Aware Of

Posted: 5/6/2015

Small to medium-sized businesses, churches, and nonprofit businesses have been hit hard by unscrupulous scammers perpetrating various scams. Some common schemes that affect small businesses are office supply scams, domain registration plots, fake check tricks, charity cons, and directory listing scams. Business Consumer Alliance urges businesses and their employees to be on the lookout for scams and offers some identifying warning signs that can help you avoid them....Read more

Tags: scams, business tips, consumer tips

Kim’s Catch: Titanium, LLC, Unresponsive to Alarming Allegations

Posted: 11/13/2018

Kim’s Catch:  Titanium, LLC, Unresponsive to Alarming Allegations

Titanium, LLC, out of Southern California, has racked up quite a few complaints over the last few years. Their customers allege they are simply not providing the services they’ve paid for. Allegations include failure to service alarm systems, misleading sales tactics, difficulty cancelling services, and poor customer service....Read more

Tags: Kim's Catch, alarm services

2019 Legislation Changes for California Employers

Posted: 11/9/2018

2019 Legislation Changes for California Employers

As this year wraps up, employers are gearing up to make necessary changes to their policies and procedures to comply with ever-changing legislation. California employers should take note of new or updated laws relating to anti-harassment, lactation accommodations, and gender and pay equity, to name a few. We’ll briefly touch on some key information that California employers should consider....Read more

Tags: California, new laws, employer