Consumer complaints about abusive tactics are prompting the government watchdog to look into new rules and regulations.
Giving a merchant your ZIP code at check-out may not seem like a big deal, but courts in both California and Massachusetts have ruled that it is, in fact, big, and now illegal in those states.
Teen idol Justin Bieber already has his face on posters and tee-shirts, but now it’ll be on a prepaid debit card.
A new law now in effect prohibits light bulb manufacturers from producing traditional incandescent 75-watt light bulbs.
As we repair the damage caused by Sandy, many are deciding if they should bring in an insurance company adjuster or a public adjuster.
Four people were arrested in front of the governor’s residence as a group of several hundred demonstrators protested the end of cash assistance for the poor in Pennsylvania.
An advocate for Philadelphia area consumers has passed away. Art Liebersohn died late Wednesday night, just days after two massive strokes.
Daren Dieter, 29, died suddenly Tuesday, four years after being gravely wounded in a shooting.
The lure of great deals drew millions of people to the stores on this Black Friday, but one local consumer advocate says you probably would have been better off just staying home.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A coalition of consumers groups, city agencies, and charitable foundations is launching a counter-strike against plans by President Obama and the House of Representatives to make massive cuts to the Low Income […]
The electricity landscape is now marked by numerous companies trying to get your business. So how should you proceed?
Electric customers are advised to be smart consumers when it comes to shopping for an electric generating company.
At Target the motto is “Expect more, pay less.” But when using certain coupons there, you could pay more than you expected. And it’s happening all over country.