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I-Team Investigations

I-Team Helps Get School Placement For Deaf Taunton StudentLogan Parenteau was born with a serious medical issue that required surgery and eventually cost him his hearing.
I-Team: After Consumers Struggle To Get Mass Save Rebates, Utilities Promise ImprovementsSince first starting to follow the issue, the WBZ I-Team has helped 13 customers secure more than $37,000 in Mass Save rebates that were erroneously delayed or denied.
I-Team: What Taxpayers Need To Know When The IRS Wants To ‘Verify’ Your IdentityWith all of the massive data breaches at companies like Equifax, there is a better chance than ever a thief will steal your identity and try to cash in on a fraudulent tax return.
I-Team Uncovers 'Alarming' State House Contract For Breastfeeding MothersThe I-Team has uncovered a little-known State House policy that is not sitting well with new mothers.
I-Team Call 4 Action Helps Woman Hit With Unexpected Cell Phone ChargesA local traveler’s voyage to Norway was nearly perfect - until she got her cell phone bill.
Navigation Apps Pit Neighborhoods Against CommutersNavigation apps like Waze and Google maps have been routing people through residential neighborhoods around Boston to avoid traffic.
I-Team: Kennel With History Of Complaints Fined Thousands For Poor ConditionsLaughlin Kennel in Oxford was the subject of an I-Team investigation in 2016, and conditions don't appear to have gotten much better.
I-Team: Lawmaker Questions Utilities About Mass Save Rebate IssuesA state lawmaker is questioning utility companies about why some consumers have difficulties receiving their Mass Save rebates.
I-Team Helps Father Critically Injured by Drunk Driver Get FundsThe I-Team helped a father receive money from a state funded program after being denied to help him pay for medical bills and lost wages.
I-Team: Design Industry Rallies To Support Of Dorchester Youth NonprofitAfter a designer ripped off a Boston nonprofit that serves low-income kids, people who work in the industry are rallying to support the youth organization.
I-Team: Lowe's New Home Improvement Deposit Policy Gives Customers Little LeverageAn attorney says paying nearly all the money on day one of a project gives customers little leverage if something goes wrong.
I-Team: ‘Million Dollar Decorator’ Allegedly Rips Off Nonprofit, Others Across CountryA Boston nonprofit that provides afterschool programs for low-income kids says an interior designer took their money, but never delivered.

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