You’d be hard pressed to go shopping and not be offered one: a store credit card. Outlets from Home Depot to Best Buy to Target to the Gap all have them and will offer them to consumers every time they make a purchase.
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The Obama administration is proposing a series of new rules to boost consumer protections for air travelers. Under a proposal issued earlier this week, airlines would have to refund fees when checked bags are “substantially delayed.”
The Federal Communications Commission has fined T-Mobile for selling unlimited data plans that really weren’t unlimited.
Last month, the federal government finalized a new rule that allows nursing home residents and their families to sue facilities when things go wrong. But this week, nursing homes and assisted living providers are fighting back with a class action lawsuit.
Another major for-profit university is making headlines. This time it’s DeVry.
Last week, Toyota issued a recall of 340,000 gas-electric hybrid Prius cars over concerns about a faulty parking break. Now, Honda is following suit with its own recall.
When it comes to buying a new car, consumers have little choice in where they can actually make a purchase. The reason? There are a number of laws that protect auto dealers from competition.
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The Federal Communications Commission has fined Comcast $2.3 million dollars for wrongfully charging customers for equipment and/or services they never ordered.
A new lawsuit alleges Naked Juice isn't as healthy as it claims to be.
If you don't fully understand what affects your credit score, you're not alone. According to a survey by Nerd Wallet earlier this year, it's clear that most Americans are pretty clueless when it comes to the basics about credit scores and credit cards.