When William Mosley and his family are in a car accident in Yellowstone National Park, they need an accident report to file an insurance claim. So where’s their paperwork?
The most complained-about financial institutions aren’t banks or credit card companies. They’re credit reporting agencies — and by a wide margin.
If you had a gripe about a product or service last month, you’re in good company.
Don’t get too comfy, corporate America. Last month’s dip in consumer complaints was only temporary.
He clutched a red passport and a boarding pass and wore a confused expression, the kind you slip into when no one speaks your language. The passenger was Japanese, and by my guess, English wasn’t his first — or his second — language.
If you aren’t familiar with the “free” credit report scam, then meet Brian Youngblood. One day while he was online,
You don’t have to read the 59-page congressional report on the Transportation Security Administration’s shortcomings, released on the 11th anniversary of 9/11, to conclude the agency has “become its own worst enemy.”
When Renee Tyler returns from her Hawaiian vacation, she gets an unwanted surprise: A bill for damage to her rental car — damage for which she isn’t responsible. What should she do now?
Look up the word “delusional” in the dictionary and you’ll see a plane and the address of the Air Transport Association in Washington.
That would be JetBlue Airways, according to the latest Transportation Department figures. Flight 12 from New York to Syracuse was delayed on the tarmac 328 minutes on June 26, which makes it the tarmac delay winner of the month.