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Scammers targeting Ozarks small businesses

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Small business owners are the new target for scammers to try and rip off you and the business.

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Small business owners are the new target for scammers to try and rip off you and the business.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12513/6820315?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Wed, 08 Mar 2017 17:01:12 +0000 Scammers targeting Ozarks small businesses Small business owners are the new target for scammers to try and rip off you and the business. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12513/6820315?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KSPR are the new target for scammers to try and rip off you and the business. the latest scam going around goes through email, and one business owner found herself right in the middle of it. kspr's sheena elzie is live on springfield's south side at the business that was targeted. sheena? i'm at a dance studio and they're giving lessons to toddlers right now. but it's through those dance lessons and an email that the owner says someone tried to rip them off. she says she got this email from someone saying they wanted to buy private lessons for eight girls. but the owner says they wanted her to do something first in exchange for their business. the person wanted her to pay for a limo to get them here because they didn't have a credit card to do it. the person said they would pay her back, but before the owner got ripped off, she says she did something and knew it was a scam. "and so i emailed him back with the name of a limo service that did take credit cards and he kinda disappeared and then i started posting on facebook and a lot of the other studio owners were coming in saying that happened to me, then i found one studio owner fell for it and lost over 2- thousand dollars" the better business bureau says this scam is just the latest, targeting small business owners, so today at four, why the bbb says we're all paying for it, and what businesses can do to protect themselves. back to you. the better business bureau says if you think, you've been scamed make sure to report it to them or the attorney general's office.




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