Crooks are ready with gift card scams, bait-and-switch deals, fraudulent tickets and malware disguised as apps and games, the FBI warns.
Most of us don't pay attention to product recalls. And that has led to deaths and injuries because recalled products weren't returned or repaired.
The targets of the scam are typically people selling things online that have significant value, like a car or a boat.
Nearly 5 million Graco strollers are being recalled after at least six reports of children's fingers getting cut off in the hinges, the government says.
The class-action lawsuit says unscented types of Arm & Hammer, Secret, Dry Idea, Ban, Mitchum actually have fragrances.
There were at least 210,000 complaints about recurring charges for credit monitoring that couldn't be stopped. There's a $22 million settlement in the case.
General Mills has settled a lawsuit that claimed its 100 percent natural labels on its Nature Valley granola bars was deceptive.
A new dog is the heartwarming draw for scammers and their updated tricks, the FTC warns.
The victims -- often elderly, with limited income and living alone -- were bilked out of nearly $23 million in fees for "free" medical alert units.
Consumer Reports assesses the cost of use, convenience, level of protection and transparency of fees in ranking prepaid cards.
SiteJabber.com used their complaint database to compile a list of the biggest scams consumers are likely to encounter this year. Here are the top five.
Here's how to prevent, detect and resolve credit card fraud if your identity or account is taken over. I'll tell you what I do and what you should do.
McDonald's is recalling 2.5 million Happy Meal toys - Hello Kitty whistles - given away at its North American restaurants due to a potential choking hazard.
Pizza did celebrate its 55th anniversary, but this invitation is a fake email that will only result in computer problems.
Hackers have drained some Hilton HHonors accounts and even used associated credit cards to steal more.
Debt collectors are the top subjects of senior citizens' complaints to the CFPB. And by far the No. 1 reason is being hounded for debts they didn't incur.
Avoid the nightmare of being eaten alive by evil credit cards. Here's what to watch out for -- and meet a handful of the industry's worst offenders.
Babies R Us is drawing fire from some mothers after picking up a new line of Kardashian kids clothing that critics say sexualizes children.
The Antioch Farms chicken was sold in Colo., Idaho, Ill., Mass., Maine, Mich., Minn., Mont., N.D., N.H., Nev., R.I., Vt., Utah, Wis. and Wyo.
Gerber has no evidence that Good Start Gentle infant formula reduces the risk of babies developing allergies, the FTC says, despite what its ads claim.
If you're tired of being nickel-and-dimed by your bank and only earning 0.01% interest, it's time to ditch and switch. Consider these Internet-only banks.
HealthyLife Sciences sold Healthe Trim supplements saying you'd “Get High School Skinny." Now, its founder has been barred from the weight-loss business.
Three sets of companies were involved in unauthorized cell phone charges, illegal telemarketing calls and fake offers for free gift cards.
A new study shows that many Halloween costumes, accessories, and decorations sold at major retail chains contain toxic chemicals.
There are a few times when extended warranties are valuable, but more often than not, you'd be better off just saying no.
With Ebola all over the news, the con men are out, and it's vastly more likely you'll be affected by their scams than infected by the actual disease.