Several businesses have reported receiving a deceptive letter that would appear to come from an official government source. The letter solicits an annual fee of $125 or $150 and claims it will be used for record keeping and processing of a company’s annual minutes.
The BBB of Southeast Florida informs about an scam scene targeting Florida -and other states- business owners by the Corporate Record Services’ misleading mailings.
It’s “either the biggest building or the biggest tax scam on record.” President Barak Obama said this about a certain address in the Cayman Islands where more than 12,000 companies are registered as having their corporate headquarters there.
Officials in Arkansas are warning small business owners about a new business registration scam that many companies have reported to the state.
The Better Business Bureau says a new telephone-based scam abusing disability services is targeting many small businesses, including restaurants and other business types.
A recent wave of fraudulent loan scandals has targeted small business owners who may have been denied credit at other lending institutions as they try to create a corporation.