Consumers who paid for unlimited plans with TracFone, TraceFone, Straight Talk, Net10, Simple Mobile or Telcel America can file for refunds.
Dollar stores lure us in with rock-bottom prices. Sometimes you get what you pay for, but often the things they sell are good products at a big discount.
Frauds involving online sales generated the most complaints in 2014 to the National Consumers League.
Ikea's Vyssa mattresses -- the Vackert, Vinka, Spelevink, Slöa and Slumm models -- create a gap that's too wide between the mattress and the crib.
After an industry board reviewed a competitor's complaint, Procter & Gamble has agreed to stop some claims for the Swiffer Sweeper.
Spark supplements didn't improve speech disorders, the FTC said. NourishLife and its owner face a $3.68 million judgment but can only pay $200,000.
Petco removes all dog and cat treats made in China from its stores, after thousands of dogs across the country are sickened after eating jerky pet treats.
Federal inspectors cited numerous issues at a Pennsylvania warehouse, including live and dead birds and rodents and drainage problems.
Online shopping has become as volatile as stock market trading, with minute-by-minute price swings making it difficult for holiday shoppers to find deals.
The Good Hands people at Allstate have figured out a shady, possibly illegal, way to push up insurance rates, a consumer watchdog warns.
The cognitive decline that accompanies aging can lead to major money problems.
Millions of emails a day are being sent to consumers around the country with confirmations of what appear to be online shopping orders but are really fakes.
Gift cards are immensely popular, but they're also a potentially losing proposition because we don't use them.
Nissan will pay $20 to $800, depending on mileage, for the 2004 to 2008 versions of the Nissan Titan, Nissan Armada and Infiniti QX56.
If you were a Sirius XM radio subscriber and experienced a sharp price increase, difficulty canceling service or other issues, you could be due some money.
Chances are most of the money you give will go to the company that's soliciting you -- not the charity itself. Here's what you should know.
If Graco is found to not have reported the defect in a timely manner, the company can face up to $35 million in fines.
The toys have prohibited amounts of toxins, flunk basic tests required to prevent small children from choking or can create high levels of noise.
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.