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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: Zcrave.com

Posted: 3/19/2019

Kim’s Catch:  Zcrave.com

If you’ve ever shopped online, you know that sometimes what you see is not always what you get. While it’s very convenient to shop online, it’s difficult to know the quality of the purchase until it is in hand. Unfortunately for several customers that have shopped at Zcrave .com, what they got was far less appealing than what was advertised to them online....Read more

Tags: Kim's Catch, online retailer

Avoid Tax Scams This Tax Season

Posted: 3/13/2019

Avoid Tax Scams This Tax Season

IRS scams occur year-round and are consistently one of the top scams. IRS imposters contact individuals, and even target businesses, posing as the IRS and demanding immediate payment. These scammers use threats, intimidation, and fear tactics to fool victims into sending them money. Then they vanish, leaving the victim to handle the aftermath of the scam. Their tactics continually become trickier each year, but some of the telltale signs of the scam are easy to spot. Here’s some information to h...Read more

Tags: IRS, scam, refund

CA Contractors & Insurers Must Disclose Settlements

Posted: 3/11/2019

CA Contractors & Insurers Must Disclose Settlements

In January 2019, a new law went into effect in California that affects contractors, subcontractors, and their insurers. Senate Bill 1465 requires that final settlements valued at $1 million or more paid in response to claims of construction defects on multifamily residences be reported to the Contractors State License Board (CSLB)....Read more

Tags: CSLB, settlement, contractors