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Beware of BBB imposters! BBB does sometimes reach out to consumers and businesses; however, BBB will never ask for passwords or information to access your personal device. Also, watch out for phony invoices that look as if they are from the BBB.
If you are unsure if it’s really the BBB calling, tell the caller you will call them back and end the call. Then check the phone number on BBB.org and call directly. If you receive a call from someone requesting payment information or permission to access your computer, hang up and report it to BBB Scam Tracker.
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