Some consumers who have gift receipts from the nation’s largest retailer say Wal-Mart is shortchanging them.
After millions of consumer email addresses were recently stolen, authorities are warning people to be on the look out for phony emails from scammers trying to steal your personal information.
How many of us check every bill we receive, line by line? When one Amesbury family did they discovered a “mystery” charge. They say they’re victims of “cramming” — being billed for an unauthorized charge.
Reward cards sound like a great idea. Just use your credit card like you always do, but earn points or cash back in the process. These cards can work for you, but only if you have the right strategy.
It’s supposed to save you time, but the T’s Charlie Card may be costing you more money than it should.
If you haven’t finished (or even started) your Christmas shopping yet, here are some last-minute tips from Consumer World founder Edgar Dworsky.
Black Friday got off to a busy start across southern New England.
This year, many stores are changing their policies and requiring additional information from consumers before they will let them make an exchange.
The I-Team paid more than $80 for just one pizza when they ordered from a Boston pizzeria accused of overcharging the credit cards of late night customers.
According to consumer expert Edgar Dworsky, “many of the so-called ‘doorbusters’ are not worth getting up for at 3am.”
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