An internet company selling foreign language software just agreed to pay $1,000,000 for what the state Attorney General says was an introductory offer scam.
The state says Philadelphia-based Internet Order and it's CEO Daniel Roitman turned an introductory offer into automatic charges for automatic shipments of foreign language software under the brand name The Pimsleur Approach.
Computer-based brain games promise to help you stay focused, think faster and rejuvenate your memory. But can they live up to their claims?
You have an indoor cat, so you may assume there's no need for routine vaccinations. But it doesn't work that way,
Here’s another reason why you want to have a good credit score – it could save you a bundle on your homeowner’s insurance.
The recent wildfires should remind us that in an emergency you could be forced to leave your house in a hurry. What about all of those important documents you have scattered all around the house? You might not have time to run around looking for them.
How about Quilted Northern, which says it’s ultra soft and strong? It is pretty soft, but tests found that it wasn’t particularly strong.
Forget the Big Mac attack. Now is the time of the snack attack.
Consumer Reports has just finished testing the latest Tesla. The Model S P85D earned the highest score of any car it has ever rated.
When someone you don't know sends an email about your federal tax information, it's understandable that you'd be cautious. It's equally understandable that you'd question an unsolicited letter from lawyers talking about trustee changes at your mortgage company. KOMO viewers contacted the Problem Solvers- with questions about both.
Expedia boasts millions of repeat travel customers who book airfare and hotels deals on it's website, and Kim Lorenz of Bellevue is an Expedia regular- logging 100,000 miles or more a year. The last thing he expected- was that he'd become an extreme regular with Expedia's customer service department.
Eye diseases, such as cataracts and glaucoma, become more common as we get older. How often should you get an eye exam?
Americans eat a lot of ground beef. Last year we bought more than 2 billion pounds of it in supermarkets and big-box stores. But that hamburger you're grilling could contain harmful bacteria, and unless you cook it thoroughly, it could make you sick.
It's just something you assume – that your dog knows how to swim. But wwww.vetstreet.com Dr. Marty Becker says some dogs don't know how to doggie paddle or they simply can't swim.
Streaming video can be annoying! It's no fun waiting and waiting for videos to load or enduring movies that constantly stop and buffer. Consumer Reports has some simple fixes that can smooth out those broadband speed bumps.
Whether you have a college student living off campus this fall or you're a recent grad settling into your first apartment, chances are you need to stock up with the comforts of home.
Financial experts predict families will spend anywhere from $600 TO $1,200 getting their kids ready to go back to school. But what if you don't have that money? Experts say if you're considering a personal loan - proceed with extreme caution.
You see protein touted on all kinds of products these days. It's being added to everything from tortilla chips to English muffins to breakfast cereal. We need protein in our diet to help repair cells and build new ones. And some studies show that it can help curb hunger. But do we need extra protein added to our food?
Northwest wildfires are ruining a lot of vacations and burning budgets for many families who paid in advance for a vacation rental. Some establishments offer full refunds, but when you lose lodging due to a wildfire or any other natural disaster, there's no such thing as an automatic refund guarantee.
When choosing a backpack, most important thing is fit. Look for straps that are wide, padded and contoured. The top of the shoulder straps should sit one or two inches below the shoulders.
You spend good money on fresh produce, so you want those fruits and veggies to last. Here are some money-saving tips from registered dietician Kerri Neville.