It’s called the “Do Not Call Registry”. But signing up your phone number doesn’t always stop those unwanted robocalls and texts.
Bay State officials have launched an online service that’s meant to help consumers get protection under the lemon law.
It’s a small silver square sending a wave of ripple effects through retail – a small microchip on the front of credit cards that hopes to greatly reduce credit fraud.
With more than 100 days until Christmas, Kmart launched its first ad for the holidays promoting its layaway program. Is it too early for a Christmas commercial?
Shaw’s and Star Market is scrapping its rewards cards program – promising “No card. No hassle. Everybody gets a great low price.” The company says it will lower prices on thousands of items — including milk, eggs and bread. Do you buy the sales pitch? Should other retailers follow suit?
Officials from the Massachusetts Office of Consumer Affairs, the Attorney General’s Office, U.S. Postal Inspectors Office and Better Business Bureau announced each agency’s top five consumer gripes for 2012 on Monday.
The makers of Red Vines licorice have issued a voluntary recall of all 16 ounce bags of black licorice twists labeled with a “best before” date of February 4th, 2013.
New surveys find most Americans oppose animal testing and look for the label that shows cosmetics and personal care products are “cruelty free.”
A company that runs several popular Boston bars and restaurants has agreed to pay a $110,000 penalty to settle a lawsuit alleging it failed to protect customer credit and debit card information.
Every time you use your credit card, your bank or credit card company is watching and taking notes.