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Magazine peddler making false claims, Better Business Bureau says

Someone trying to sell magazines door-to-door in Duluth is making false claims, according to the Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota.

Someone trying to sell magazines door-to-door in Duluth is making false claims, according to the Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota.

The peddler claims to be affiliated with a company called Crossroads Subscriptions and further claims the company is an accredited business with the Better Business Bureau, the bureau reported in a news release.

The bureau hasn't been able to determine if the seller really is operating on behalf of Crossroads. But in any event, Crossroads isn't accredited by the bureau, the news release said. In fact, the company has an "F" rating with the Better Business Bureau in Dallas.

The bureau urges people to research a company with the bureau for free at www.bbb.org before filling out a check for a magazine subscription.

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