Category: Consumer News
In today's "oh...wow..." news, we find out that for years, a fake breast cancer charity named the Breast Cancer Survivors Foundation has solicited con... Detail
Admittedly, if you're under the age of 35 there's a very high chance that you are in some sort of a struggle with your student loans. It's become a re... Detail
Recently, Consumer Affairs published an article concerning car financing. The article, in full, is below: Coming out of the Great Recession, the auto... Detail
Consumer Affairs reports that consumer advocates are livid in their denunciation of a U.S. Treasury Department report that recommends dismantling the... Detail
Consumer Affairs reports the following: Cyber hacks are not the only way criminals get access to your bank account. The relatively old school practice... Detail
Consumer Affairs states that the rate and pace of people opting to buy a house at the moment have fallen to a 50-year low, at a time when interest rat... Detail
It doesn't matter who you're rooting for in the NBA Finals, you can still get a free Doritos Locos Taco at Taco Bell come Tuesday, June 13.
As part... Detail
Well, add a filter to it, Ladies and Gents! Mcdonald's is now accepting job applications via Snapchat.
The Consumerist reports that as part of an ... Detail
The Consumerist tells us that with the latest reports suggesting that the American Health Care Act — a budget resolution intended to repeal and repl... Detail
It's teetering on the inevitable: if you go to college, you will most likely be taking out student loans. Otherwise, you can't afford it. Very few co... Detail