The Federal Reserve Bank of New York reports that scammers are telling people they can pay their bills using so-called “secret accounts” or “Social Security trust accounts” and routing numbers at Federal Reserve Banks. In exchange for
Hundreds of owners have been complaining to the NHTSA and online about their transmissions slipping, since it switched to “continuously variable” automatic transmissions about a decade ago. And despite a warranty extension, the complaints keep coming. Here’s
After criticism about non-transparent pricing, UK supermarket have been advertising fewer promotions this year, and instead are lowering some everyday prices. Is this something we have to look forward to also?
The FTC alleged that Uber’s failure to provide reasonable data security allowed a hacker to access personal information about Uber drivers in May 2014. The information included more than 100,000 drivers’ names and license numbers. Uber has
An estimated 80 percent of U.S. debit cards have been converted to chip cards. A study found that fraud loss rates dropped by approximately 28 percent in 2016 compared to 2015 levels. Here’s the story.
How do you get a person to buy a product or service? Psychology holds answers to questions that have preoccupied marketing departments for decades, particularly surrounding how to influence people and how people respond to attempts to
There is a regulation that requires financial advisers to put their clients’ best interests ahead of their own. Now the Labor Department is asking for a 18 month delay in implementation. So you could get screwed in
You think you’re getting a great airfare from one of the major airlines, but if you check the fine print, it has restrictions that you never thought were possible: you board last, you can’t use the overhead