In Dallas and Northeast Texas
A Richardson car repair shop paid for advertising on T-shirts that weren't delivered by TKO Sports Advertising and Production in Houston, reports Andrea Lucia of CBS11-TV, Ch. 11, Dallas - Fort Worth.
The T-shirts were supposed to be distributed to sports fans at a local high school, but the school says it isn't working with TKO. BBB reports there are 33 similar complaints from small businesses on TKO.
See the CBS11-TV story above or at this link http://dfw.cbslocal.com/2011/12/16/richardson-business-knocked-out-by-failed-t-shirt-delivery/
TKO Sports Advertising and Production has a BBB rating of C-, due to the number of complaints and failure to eliminate a pattern of complaints. See the BBB Business Review on TKO Sports at this link http://www.bbb.org/houston/business-reviews/soliciting-organizations/tko-sports-advertising-and-production-in-houston-tx-22006551/
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Hundreds of consumers across the nation say they have been victimized by an online payday loan scheme involving at least seven questionable businesses, all claiming the same Las Vegas address, the Better Business Bureau (BBB) warns.
Jack Fink of CBS11-TV reports that Santander Consumer USA is one of the most-complained-about businesses to BBB in Dallas -- and many of the complaints are about not getting car titles after paying off car loans.