In an effort to simplify, people are authorizing debits from checking for mortgages and other bills that reoccur month after month, but there can be glitches.
According to a release from the City, the end of the winter moratorium for shut-offs is March 31st. Beginning April 1st, those with past due bills of $75 or more and are past due two or more billing periods may have their water turned off.
Public Service Electric and Gas Co., PSE&G, is warning customers of a scam in which some people are receiving fraudulent emails appearing to be utility bills.
Delmarva Power is warning its customers that scammers posing as third party suppliers are sending fake utility bills via email to some New Jersey and Delaware customers
The Eagles will sign free agent wide receiver Brad Smith, pending a physical, according to a report.
Afraid to answer the phone because of bill collectors? Here’s some information about your rights under the law.
From rising healthcare costs to high deductible insurance policies, many people are left with medical bills they can’t afford. Now, many are turning to their computers and a little kindness from strangers.
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has some advice to get your home energy-ready.
Human trafficking victims and their advocates plan to testify before an Assembly committee that’s due to consider legislation that aims to end the practice in New Jersey.
The generation and transmission portion of your monthly electric bill, will go up on average $13 to $15 a month. But as 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan reminds us, there is no time like the present to shop around for a better rate.
Buffalo Bills’ running backs Fred Jackson and C.J. Spiller are both active for Sunday’s game against the New England Patriots.
Have you filed your tax return yet? Well if you’re still working on it, no doubt money is already on your mind.
The Eagles will sign former Bills QB Trent Edwards.
Want to start 2012 on the right foot? One way to do that is by digging out of all the financial clutter accumulated last year.
Looking for ways to cut corners in a tough economy? Well you may not want to start with your car. As 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds, saving a few dollars now, could cost you big bucks down the road.