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Another BBB Phishing Scam. Don't Be Victimized.

Phishing scam-artists are at it again, sending emails that appear to be from your trusted Better Business Bureau. The emails typically tell you that a complaint has been registered against your business and ask you to download a form they have conveniently attached. The con artists are after your financial information. Please don't fall victim to one of these horrible plots. Please visit the BBB's website for more information about how to avoid this and other phishing scams.

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