“If someone came by, you can either use your cell phone to check with the BBB, your iPad, or you can tell them to leave a card and you can check them out with the BBB and call them back if you are interested,” Mason said. Be leery of the “I just finished a job in your neighborhood” line. “They just did a job down the road for a neighbor and they have leftover materials,” explained Mason. “and they can do a discounted job for you. Every time we hear of a paving scam, we hear that was said.” Bottom line never enter into a contract with a company you have not checked out. Always read the contract carefully, and pay attention to the details. “We have had people quoted a paving job in square feet instead of square yards,” Mason said.