Imagine increasing your chances of going blind sooner because you took store brand pills rather than the proven name brand. That could be the fate of thousands of people who took CVS Advanced Eye Health for advanced
The LA Times warns consumers about look-alike/sound-alike sites that make you think you can book a hotel room (that you may or may not actually get). Here is what to look for to keep from being scammed.
The Obama administration on Friday proposed a data privacy bill intended to provide Americans with more control over the personal information that companies collect about them and how that data can be used. Here’s the story.
High-priced real-estate seminars promise to teach unlicensed novices how to make big money buying and selling property, but Ohio state officials say there’s a problem: Unwitting students who follow the advice might be breaking the law. The
Wouldn’t it be great to earn more than $1,000 a week working from home? Apparently, a lot of people think so – and are getting suckered by so-called work-from-home scams Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine issued a
Not all charities are created equal. That’s a sad reality that those feeling generous sometimes learn too late, according to the Better Business Bureau Wise Giving Alliance. To help people taking part in this year’s #GivingTuesday –
The New York Times reports that car loan terms are getting longer and longer because car are getting more expensive. Loans are now typically for six years and sometimes as long as eight years. Here’s the story.
From Tara Siegal Bernard, NY Times: J.P. Morgan Chase announced that the breach of its systems compromised records of some 76 million households. Only name, address, telephone and email addresses were apparently taken — no account information
There is a move in Congress to amend the Fair Credit Reporting Act to remove negative information from your credit report after only four years, instead of the current seven. The affect of this would be to