BBB warns local business owners of prolific phishing scam
TACOMA, Wash. – Hundreds of local business owners have been the target of scammers this week. According to the Better Business Bureau, someone has sent emails claiming to represent the nonprofit organization, but the message is really phishing for sensitive information. The phony email instructs business owners to respond to a complaint by clicking on a website link. But, the BBB says that link could be bad news for you and your computer.