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BBB Says Don't Be Fooled By "Work At Home" Ads

The Better Business Bureau in Tyler says it's too good to be true. The BBB is warning East Texans to stay away from these flyers posted around town. The BBB says you'll waste more money and time doing the jobs you're asked to do. The primary target is seniors. "So they send money they can ill-afford to send to one of these scam operations and then they're worse off than they were to begin with," says Kay Robinson, President of the Better Business Bureau of Central East Texas.

Robinson says work at home offers are the number one schemes they get calls about at the BBB office.

Christine Nelson reporting.

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