According to federal statistics, about 8 Americans are killed and another 1,161 are injured in crashes that are reported to involve a distracted driver each day. Distracted driving is an epidemic that has affected thousands of people so far and it is poised to affect many millions more.
Consumer Fraud Forum Blog
Wells Fargo is being punished by more than the federal government for its bogus account scam. Consumers are also dishing out their own form of punishment: They’re taking their business elsewhere.
The United States Department of Justice announced Friday that Takata Corp has agreed to pay a $1 billion dollar settlement and plead guilty to criminal misconduct for its conduct in relation to the sales of defective airbags.
Coca-Cola and the American Beverage Association have been hit with a lawsuit alleging that the organizations have mislead consumers about the possible health problems associated with drinking sodas and other sugary beverages.
A new report finds that American consumers pay billions of dollars annually in hidden fees – fees that are tacked on after a purchase.
A Washington State judge has denied Comcast’s request to throw out a $100 million-dollar lawsuit accusing the cable company of 1.8 million violations of the Washington Consumer Protection Act.
Federal safety regulators are proposing new standards for connected-cars. They say fewer accidents would occur and traffic would flow more smoothly if cars and trucks could “talk” to each other.
The Department of Transportation has hit American Airlines with a hefty fine for tarmac delays.
AT&T is paying out $88 million in refunds to millions of customers over cramming charges.
Does your child have a My Friend Cayla or I-Que Intelligent Robot on his or her Christmas list? If so, consumer groups say you should think twice before purchasing either item.