The caller says you've won $500,000. Too good to be true? In this case, yes, says the Better Business Bureau.
BBB is warning Mid-Southerners to be wary of calls from the Consumer Protection Bureau (CPB) claiming that they have won money. CPB's website, uscpb.com, claims that they were recently founded to monitor and direct financial matters in our nation.
"The name is just similar enough to that of an actual federal agency to be misleading to consumers," said Randy Hutchinson, president and CEO of BBB of the Mid-South.
Top Ten DVD List for April 8, 2014
"Blue Is the Warmest Color"
"George Gently: Series Six"
Boys, girls to take Oath of Abstinence at Pinky Promise annual event
Boys and girls from throughout the Mid-South will participate in the 2nd PROMISE BALL Black Tie Oath Ceremony & Ring Presentation presented by Pinky Promise International on April 13th at 5 p.m. at the Memphis Cook Convention Center.
Middle school and high school participants, grades 6-12, will receive a charge to remain abstinent from sexual and substance abuse behaviors. The formal oath ceremony will conclude with a ring presentation and waltz dance.
Rose Jackson Flenorl, manager of Social Responsibility at FedEx Corporation, is the keynote speaker.
Location is one of the most revealing pieces of information about us. In 2013, researchers found that four instances of a person's location at a given point in time were enough to uniquely identify 95 percent of the individuals they examined.
"Human mobility traces are highly unique," the researchers wrote. "Mobility data is among the most sensitive data currently being collected."
Location is also predictive. In another study, researchers at Microsoft were able to use location data to predict where people would be in the future. Wednesdays were the easiest to predict, and weekends the hardest. "While your location in the distant future is in general highly independent of your recent location," the researchers wrote, "it is likely to be a good predictor of your location exactly one week from now."
(BLACK PR WIRE) – Grammy-winning Sam Moore – best known for lending his unmistakable lead vocals to the historic soul duo Sam & Dave – hailed from Miami but found fame tied to the Memphis-based Stax Records. His latest work has him returning to Memphis to record a piece of history.
"They Killed A King," is Sam's latest musical endeavor. It was recorded at Willie Mitchell's Royal Studios, where Anne Peebles and Al Green cut their hit records back in the day, during the 2014 MLK Holiday weekend. It was released officially on Friday, April 4th, the 46th anniversary of Dr. King's assassination in Memphis at the Lorraine Motel.
Moore knew and traveled with Dr. King, performing with duo partner Dave at many of Dr. King's speeches and rallies in both the north and south. "Sam and Dave" actually served as an opening act, setting the crowds up for Dr. King to take the pulpit or stage and preach his message.
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