04/17/2021 09:57 AM
Today your consumer alert looks at your return, your rebate, and the fed's rationale.
You have a superpower. It’s a consumer superpower you probably didn’t know you had, and it starts with taking a look at your credit cards.
If you receive a suspicious-looking email asking you to submit a form to claim your tax refund, don't do it.
If or when you get your COVID-19 vaccine, you may want to think twice about posting a picture of your vaccine card.
New York's Attorney General is warning about potential COVID-19 scam emails.
With an extra $1,400 in most Americans' pockets, there are so many options of things to buy.
Your consumer alert comes to us directly from the FTC, the Federal Trade Commission.
I begin today's consumer alert with a warning about looking for love in all the wrong places.
The company that makes heavy-duty diesel Ram trucks is telling some owners to park them outdoors due to the risk of an engine fire.
In your consumer alert, I'm taking a look at the latest stimulus bill and your student loan debt.
Today's consumer alert focuses on a threat that's music to the ears of anybody with a phone, “We’re coming for you.”
In your consumer alert, I'm taking a look at food.
Wednesday's consumer alert tackles the taxman, the debt collector, the stimulus checks and you.
A recent investigation by USA Today calls into question the safety of the Seresto Flea and Tick collars.
For your consumer alert it’s “spring break or bust!”