There's a new scam making the rounds. It's called the "can you hear me" scam. The Better Business Bureau of Minnesota's Dan Hendrickson says it involves a robocall where you're simply asked "can you hear me?"
The Minnesota-North Dakota Better Business Bureau has released a list of the top 10 industries for consumer complaints last year. The BBB received just shy of 23,000 complaints in 2015, down slightly from the previous year.
Vikings fans wanting to go to this weekends home opener be on the lookout. The Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota is warning you to watch out for scammers that might try to peddle counterfeit tickets online and outside the stadium.
The Better Business Bureau is reminding you to be wary of asphalt scams that are making their way across the state. The scam often involves someone posing as an asphalt firm going door to door claiming they have extra supplies from a nearby project.