Bogus bills going out to Florida business owners
4 In Your Corner's Colleen Hogan is showing you which bill you don't have to pay.
A warning to Florida businesses about a bogus letter that's been going out asking for money. Video by fox4now.comvideo
CAPE CORAL, Fla. - Head's up if you own a business in Florida: bogus bills have been sent out in the mail recently that you don't need to pay.
Four In Your Corner's Colleen Hogan is showing you what bill you don't need to pay, to save you more than $100 and potentially a big headache.
The letter that Cape Coral attorney Eric Feichthaler got in the mail Saturday looks legit.
It's from a company called Compliance Services out of Tallahassee. The letter says it's an 'annual minutes requirement statement' and asks you to send back a $125 dollar check.
"It looks very official," Feichthaler said. "It looks like it comes from a government office in Tallahassee. In reality, it's just a business trying to get you to send $125."