Social media is a powerful tool. Use it to turn up the heat when a company won’t address your consumer problem.
We use Facebook to make things official like births and weddings, but just because you see an announcement on Facebook doesn’t means it’s official.
An infant sitting on a pool step in a bright yellow swimsuit falls forward and grabs a shoe that is intentionally placed in front of her. The Infant Self Rescue controversy. Is it a good safety lesson or too shocking for a baby?
Ever wonder if you bought an item that’s on a recall list? Some stores are taking the guesswork out of it and alerting you.
UPDATED: 1/24/17 The Takata recall is the largest recall in U.S. history. However, drivers are ignoring the warnings and hitting the road in recalled cars.
Our wallets are full of new, shiny credit cards with an embossed chip in the middle. It’s supposed to be the latest and greatest technology to prevent fraud, but some are already falling apart.
If you use Internet Explorer 8, you need to be on the lookout for a security issue that could make your computer and personal information vulnerable. There is a security issue with the browser that could allow scammers to take over your computer. This is a good reminder to keep your system updated with the latest security software to help…
When was the last time you visited the J.C. Penney Company? I couldn’t even remember the last time until I stumbled in recently for my own research purposes. The department store has topped the headlines recently for its changes and lackluster performance. If you’re like me and thought the store didn’t sell clothing you’d like, I encourage you to think…
The federal government is going high-tech and paying benefits electronically like Social Security. All federal benefits and non-tax payments will be directly deposited into your account starting March 1 since electronic checks are safer, easier, and more reliable than paper checks. This will be a big switch for Ohio residents, as the state has the 5th largest number of people…
The Super Bowl ads are getting interactive. However, some experts say you need to think twice before you let the advertisers win you over.