09/22/2021 05:02 PM
Today we're alerting you to a warning from Microsoft.
Tuesday’s consumer alert is not about consumerism. In fact, it's the opposite of it.
A recent study found out of more than one billion online transactions, about half had some sort of questionable activity.
Consumers will likely feel the aftereffects of Hurricane Ida. That storm may hit us right in the wallet. Analysts predict gas prices will rise. Here's why.
The effects of the pandemic are still lingering among many businesses -- this time taking a hold of the tire industry. A tire shortage has become a reality for many automotive businesses this summer.
A deadline is coming up for parents who are receiving the new advance monthly child tax credit.
As I told you last week, T-Mobile confirms that cyber thieves stole the personal information of more than 50 million customers.
The company says the front seat belt webbing in the affected vehicles may be incorrectly routed increasing the risk of injury.
Today's consumer alert concerns the one thing college students and their parents likely forgot. And it's important. It's renters' insurance.
Does negotiating to get a better deal make you squeamish? You're not alone.
According to the research arm of LendingTree, Rochester saw the second-highest yearly increase in the country in the amount consumers financed for a two-year-old used car.
We know during this pandemic we've seen shortages on a lot of things, and experts are warning there will probably be a shortage of back-to-school supplies soon.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) - General Motors said Friday it is recalling all Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicles sold worldwide to fix a battery problem that could cause fires.
So far, T-Mobile has found that the personal information of more than 50 million folks who have done business with them is now for sale on the dark web.
Thursday’s consumer alert may leave you scratching your head.