The website provides an interactive checklist that walks people through the recovery process, including a section titled, “What To Do Right Away.”
“Today’s actions will put $120 million back into the pockets of harmed consumers and require these companies to improve their billing practices going forward.”
Wells Fargo supervisors drove employees to open unauthorized accounts for customers, improperly charging them fees and wrongly reporting them to credit agencies — all part of a “fee-generating machine” riddled…
The FTC has obtained a court order temporarily halting the Glendale, California-based operation that used unauthorized endorsements from celebrities like Oprah Winfrey to market its diet pills.
The default passcode on 90 percent of credit card readers at the checkout counters of retailer stores hasn’t changed since 1990 and its easily found online — and that’s a fact hackers know fully well.
The biggest concentration of skimmers were found in the more populous South Florida area, with 14 out of 80 detected in Miami-Dade County.
In an long overdue move by Congress and the federal government, Medicare cards will no longer display Social Security numbers.
Discover Wednesday officially launched its new Freeze It security feature, becoming the first major credit card issuer to provide such functionality on mobile devices and online.
Two debt brokers have agreed to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that they exposed the financial information of 55,000 consumers while trying to sell portfolios of consumer debt on a public website.
Now Amazon.com, the Web’s dominant seller of products of all types, has sued three websites alleging that they are peddling fake reviews to sellers, which ends up deceiving consumers with glowing, paid-for evaluations.