Enrique Alamo

Weekdays 10am - 3pm

NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 08: Claire Rosenzweig, head of the Better Business Bureaus's (BBB) Metro New York division, gives a statement clarifying their rating of Trump University on March 8, 2016 in New York City. BBB said that the school for real estate and investing had a D- score that eventually rose to A+ after the university started to shut down and older complaints had expired. Trump insisted in a recent debate that he had a A+ rating from the BBB. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Recibir un cheque de 2,950 dólares por correo suena bién de verdad no?

Pero a la hora de cambiarlo podría ser tu peor pesadilla. El Better Businees Bureau ( BBB ) dijo que es una estafa.

La compañía dice que está recibiendo reportes de personas que han recibido cheques por correo que pretenden ser del BBB.

Cuando se le enseñó la foto de los cheques falsos a personas en la calle , no podían creer lo real que se veían.

Estos falsos cheques están llegando en un sobre de priority mail con la dirección actual de BBB.

La compañía dijo que es importante recordar que podrías recibir un cheque falso de cualquier negocio u organización.

Si parece demasiado bueno para ser verdad , probablemente lo sea.

Si tiene duda , comuníquese con su banco antes de cambiar cualquier cheque o dar cualquier tipo de información. ALERTA!!!

fuente: nbc2


10 New Florida Laws That Take Effect July 1st

  • Prescriptions

    Most controlled substances will now be able to be prescribed via telemedicine.

  • Smoking in Public

    Local governments are now allowed to ban smoking at public beaches and public parks which they own.

  • Loud Music

    The new law allows the issuance of citations up to $114 to those who have music coming from a vehicle that could be heard from more than 25 feet away. 

  • Financial Literacy For High School Students

    Starting in the 2023 school year, high school students will have to learn about bank accounts, credit cards, investments and how to do their taxes.

  • Tenant Safety

    Miya’s Law, named for Miya Marcano, improves tenant safety by tightening apartment security measures through required background screenings of employees.

  • Bonus Checks

    There will be a $5000 incentive to bring police officers in from other states and $1000 bonuses will be given to kaw enforcement and first responders in Florida.

  • Florida School Safety

    This law will help strengthen school security measures through increased training with mental health and crisis intervention, enhanced protocols and heightened procedures for threat assessment, family reunification and emergency drills.

  • Youth Crime Records

    Minors will have a chance to get their records expunged if they complete diversion programs.

  • Race History

    Educators will be banned from teaching certain topics related to race and the law is is designed, in part, to prevent teachers from making students feel guilt or shame about their race because of historical events.

  • Strawberry Shortcake

    Strawberry Shortcake becomes Florida’s official state dessert.