Federal Trade Commission
By Jim Donovan: Two online marketers have agreed to settlements with the Federal Trade Commission that will permanently halt their allegedly deceptive practice of using fake news websites to promote acai berry supplements and so-called […]
The federal regulators want app makers to be up-front with what personal details are gathered and how they’re using that info — and they say parents must keep a closer eye on their kids’ touchscreens.
As we head into 2012, are you having a more and more difficult time paying your mortgage? While the economy is slowly improving, it’s not happening fast enough for those at risk of losing their homes.
In these tight economic times, it’s harder than ever to get a loan, so some people are leaning on cosigners to get approval for the money they need. But as 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan tells us, you may want to think twice.
Are you in the market for a better job? Or maybe you’re out of work and looking for an opportunity just to earn a living? With unemployment still high, many job-hunters can fall victim to scams.
Imagine your bank sharing details about the purchases you made with your credit or debit card. After all, they know exactly what you bought.
Imagine getting a desperate phone call from a young relative. He’s in a foreign country in jail and needs money to get out. Would you help?
Has your physician or other health care provider asked you for a photo ID? It could be because of a controversial federal push against identity theft, and who exactly has to take part.