On this Black Friday, not everyone is braving the crowds at the mall. Many are getting their deals online.
If you’re buying holiday gifts – or any items – on eBay, can a seller really hold you liable for a typo?
Most people know the ins and outs of shopping on Black Friday, but within the past decade, Cyber Monday has provided an alternative to tackling crowded shopping malls.
As 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan tells us, states are missing out on millions of dollars in tax revenue and now Congress is taking action to change that.
Americans were expected to spend $1.5 billion dollars on Cyber Monday. So 3-On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan offers his annual advice for shopping online safely.
“Things get stolen or left outside where they get damaged by the weather,” Shop runner president Mike Golden says.
Online shopping doesn’t have to be risky. Here are a few tips to protect your credit/debit card information on the internet.
You might be paying more than you should when shopping online, and it’s all because of a new law. Consumer reporter Jim Donovan explains the problem and has information on how to protect yourself.
Fresh Direct will begin making grocery deliveries in Philadelphia next week.
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.
Ever realized at the very last minute that you’ve forgotten to buy a gift? With the Karma app, you’re covered.
When taxes are not collected on remote sales, it is the purchaser’s responsibility to pay what’s called “use” tax.
The time for Christmas shopping is quickly drawing to a close. But there are many people who still have gifts to buy.
Hipstery.com is a website for mysterious t-shirts.
Tis the season for buying gifts! With more and more people shopping online, where do those packages wind up getting shipped too?