The Federal Trade Commission reports that the occurrence rate for identity theft incidents is high, and it doesn’t look like that trend will change anytime soon.
They downloaded gaming apps without their parents’ permission, yet the parents still had to foot the bill! Now for the second time this year, the Federal Trade Commission is going after a company that allowed it to happen.
Deceptive advertisements that promise to help you lose weight are everywhere and some lawmakers in Washington D.C. are tired of it
KYW Newsradio social media editor Melony Roy reports daily on what’s trending around the region and the world.
U.S. regulators said Thursday that ADT Corp. paid experts to recommend its home security products on media outlets without disclosing their connection to the company.
Nj senior senator Bob Menendez is calling on the FTC to, in effect, turn up the heat on retailers to make sure customer security is placed ahead of corporate profits.
Advertising and marketing on the internet is, in fact, regulated by the Federal Trade Commission.
What could be more eco-friendly than clothes made of bamboo? Clothes made of rayon.
Do you have a kid who uses your phone to play games? The FTC has information you need to know.
If you wanted to be just like Kim Kardashian (and who wouldn’t) and you went out and bought a pair of Skecher’s Shape-up sneakers, you can get money back.
Studies show that one dollar of every ten dollars spent is spent in on-line purchases. Now the law may finally be entering the 21st century as the ‘Mail Order Rule’ protects consumers.
What’s the first thing you should do if you find that you’re the victim of identity theft? And then what?
It’s been said that the devil is in the details, and when it comes to fine print, it seems the devil may be getting the upper hand!
Mobile payment apps allow you to pay for coffee, food and even other merchandise with the wave of your phone at the register. But is using them safe?
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.