Updated: 2:16 PM Where is the best place to park your money and see it grow?
That's the question a lot of callers asked financial planners and investors with UBS Financial Services. They were nice enough to lend their expertise to our Call for Action's Ask an Expert week.
Updated: 2:16 PM One of the best parts of Call for Action's Ask an Expert Week is that I learn a lot, too!
Thought I would pass on just a few things I picked up.
This information from the Pikes Peak Foreclsosure Prevention Partnership.
Updated: 4:37 PM Put 457-8211 on your speed dial!
Make a note to yourself... take advantage of our Call for Action: Call an Expert Week!
It's absolutely free and allows you to get free advice from the comfort of your home.
Posted: 10:12 AM I've warned you about phishing schemes... suspicious emails that ask you to head to other sites. Now the latest scam attacks your tabs that you leave open on your computer. You could say they're napping... waiting to be tabnapped.
Updated: 11:14 AM Call For Action wants to warn you about another scam making it's way around southern Colorado with a letter congratulating you for winning the Market Survey Sweepstakes lottery.... DON'T FALL FOR IT!
Updated: 12:03 PM If you're on a health food kick or just trying to eat the right stuff... you've probably heard about the Acai (ah-sigh-ee) berry.
Oprah has talked about it as well as many others. But be careful! There are so many scams revolving around Acai supplements. Even I was duped!
Updated: 1:10 PM Phony emails have been making the rounds for years. Crooks will say anything to get your attention and your cash.
Don't fall for the latest one which was written by someone as talented as J.K. Rowling, the Harry Potter author.
Updated: 1:10 PM Take a good look at your debit and credit card charges.
Hundreds of people report being charged for Apple iTunes and they didn't purchased any music via the internet.
If you buy iTunes, you might want to remove your credit or debit card information from the account asap.
Updated: 12:04 PM We've been getting complaints from viewers about scammers going door-to-door selling magazine subscriptions. Now the Colorado Attorney General is warning all residents about such fraudulent sales.