Streaming Service Scams



With winter weather and Covid-19, most people are spending a lot of time at home. All this time at home means that record numbers of people are shopping online and using streaming services, such as Netflix and Hulu. BBB scam tracker indicates that many people are receiving text messages which promise free streaming services for a year. Browsers beware! Scammers are always looking to phish personal information and finances.

This week’s Ayers Automotive tip of the week informs us about what to do if the brake warning light turns on. Often the brake warning light means that it is time to replace the brake pads. Please only purchase high-quality brake parts. Quality parts do make a HUGE difference! If you are in the Santa Barbara area and need auto repair, contact Ayers Automotive Repair. Thank you to Ayers Automotive Repair for their automotive tip of the week! https://www.ayersrepairs.com/

To report or investigate a potential scam, visit Scam Tracker, or call BBB of the Tri-Counties at 805-963-8657. Thank you to Meathead Movers in Santa Barbara for being our community partner. If you are in need of a moving service and if you want a safe and efficient move, call 866-THE-MEAT

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