Author Archives: Alicia Sapp

Watch Out for Campaign Donation Fraud

Scammers love to take advantage of major news events. This year, nothing is a bigger story in the United States than the 2016 presidential election. Watch out for cons that prey on would-be political donors. How the Scam Works: You … Continue reading

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Dayton 250,000 BTU LP gas furnace

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Protect Your Smart TV from Hackers

We all know that computers and smartphones can be hacked and now joining that list are smart TVs. When you use your smart TV to browse the Internet or connect through apps, scammers can take advantage of security holes to … Continue reading

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Youth Football Cheer Program

Youth Football cheer program 8 Week Program Grades 3rd -6 th Cheer for boys youth football games in Glenwood Springs Register online @ www.glenwoodvalleyallstarcheer.com Cost: $145 Includes uniform, poms, bow and instruction Practice: August 15-18 4:00-5:00pm & August 19 4:00-6:00pm … Continue reading

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New BBB Research Exposes Myths and Stereotypes About Scam Victims

The stereotype of the “little old lady” as scam victim is wrong, and Millennials are actually more vulnerable to scams than Baby Boomers. That’s the conclusion of new research by the BBB Institute for Marketplace Trust (BBB Institute). Marketplace scams … Continue reading

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Carbondale’s Potato Day Celebration

The sorority sisters of Carbondale’s Xi Gamma Tau Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority are busy planning the annual Potato Day celebration scheduled for Saturday, October 1, 2016 in Sopris Park. These ladies have produced the Potato Day festival for … Continue reading

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Fourth of July Fire Safety

DENVER — June 29, 2016— Many will celebrate our nation’s independence this 4th of July holiday with fireworks, barbeques, and family gatherings. The Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control (DFPC) wants to remind everyone to keep fire safety in mind … Continue reading

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Don’t Let Scammers Ruin your Summer Vacation

Renting someone else’s home, condo or apartment can be a fun alternative to staying in a hotel or motel. Nowadays, it’s easy to connect directly with property owners who advertise their vacation homes online. Vacation rentals can offer flexibility and … Continue reading

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Beware of Summer Festival Scams

BBB is warning consumers to be on the lookout for various festival and event ticket scams this summer. How the Scam Works: You see a great deal on tickets to a summer festival in your city, usually through a social … Continue reading

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BBB Seeks Torch Award Nominations

Better Business Bureau Institute for Marketplace Trust Serving Northern Colorado and Wyoming is accepting nominations of both charities and businesses for the 2017 BBB Torch Awards for Ethics. The 19th annual event in April will recognize businesses and a nonprofit … Continue reading

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