Some of the biggest offenders are car dealers, debt collectors and insurance companies.
Phony callers are once again trying to cheat Rhode Island taxpayers out of money, pretending to be IRS agents and making threats unless paym…
A local wedding photographer is under fire after newlyweds called Consumer Reporter Susan Hogan for help.
If you’ve got a fax machine lying around your home and you’re looking to sell it or throw it out – it’s important to first make sure it’s sa…
Thousands of products have been pulled from stores this week due to defects that could cause serious injuries.
The recall covers the Chrysler 200 with V-6 engines from the 2015 model year.
A handful of new websites have popped up and are allowing customers to name their own prices on everything from gadgets to furniture.
Auto shops are busy repairing damaged rims, tires, and alignments — many which come from potholes in the road.
Call 12 for Action has uncovered a scheme that’s tempting people to pay for a trip that might not even exist.
General Electric has agreed to a $3.5 million civil penalty for failing to report defective ranges and dishwashers.
Facebook is now giving users the option to choose someone to maintain their profile after they die.
If your roof is damaged and you need someone to repair it, make sure that the person you hire is registered with the Contractor’s Registrati…
Not unlike businesses, experts say that winter weather can have an effect on a household’s bottom line too.
Rhode Island officials are taking extra steps to combat tax refund fraud after a nationwide increase in fraudulent returns filed through Tur…
With another winter storm on the way, Consumer Reporter Susan Hogan has information on some recalls that could be valuable to you during the…
Anthem announced last week that hackers broke into their database and stole personal information for up to 80 million customers.