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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued an urgent alert earlier this month to employers about the “W-2 scam.”
The Federal Trade Commission has banned a Florida man from aiding telemarketers after being charged with helping telemarketers in India con American consumers in an IRS scam.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced on Tuesday that 39,000 Texans would be eligible for refunds after a $5 million settlement was reached with Western Union. The settlement stemmed from an investigation into complaints filed by customers who used the … Continue reading
HP, Inc is recalling around 101,000 batteries due to potential burn and fire hazards after previously recalling 41,000 batteries last June. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, the lithium-ion batteries contain Panasonic cells that are used in HP notebook computers and were shipped … Continue reading
DeVry University and its parent company has agreed to a $100 million settlement after a Federal Trade Commission lawsuit alleged they misled prospective students with advertisements that touted high employment success rates and income levels upon graduating.
As a result of deceptive marketing practices, two of the three biggest credit reporting agencies in the U.S. agree to repay consumers more than $17.6 million. According to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Equifax and TransUnion advertised their credit scores programs … Continue reading
Just when you thought you’d never see a scam again, it pops right back up. That’s what the Federal Trade Commission is saying about a scam they first talked about in 2015. The scam works like this.
An estimated one million Fiat Chrysler produced vehicles are under investigation after reports of vehicles rolling away when consumers shifted their transmission to park.
Cuisinart has announced a recall of about 8 million of its food processors after Conair, the company’s owner, received 69 reports of consumers finding broken pieces of the blade in processed food, including 30 reports of mouth lacerations or tooth injuries.