The better business bureau is now warning customers to watch out for pink washing. Which is when businesses or companies try to capitalize on the prominence of the pink ribbon by attaching it to their products without contributing to the cause.
Need help with your phone or laptop? Watch out for what’s known as the “tech support scam,” which is now targeting Apple customers as much as Microsoft Windows users, who represented most victims in the past.
Many of us are trying to save money on our car repair these days, and one way to do that is to look around for cheap oil changes, maybe $19 with a coupon. But those budget changes come with some risks.
Many people tried logging on to their loan servicers website immediately following the president’s announcement to see if a portion of their debt had been canceled, but many of those sites had crashed. That’s why Student Loan Hero is stepping in to clear up some confusion.
Qualifying households will receive $391 for each participating student to purchase SNAP-eligible food at stores that accept Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) cards. The benefits cover the summer months retroactively.
The annual initiative allows the 40 libraries in the county, including Birmingham Public Library locations, to allow patrons with late fees the opportunity to donate food to help those in need and have up to $10 of their library fines waived.
New tonight, a warning that you may be paying more than you should be if you borrowed money for a purchase anytime this spring. The Wall Street Journal reported that credit agency Equifax gave inaccurate credit scores on millions of consumers seeking loans.
Multiple victims from five states have contacted the BBB to say they’ve collectively lost hundreds of thousands of dollars after wiring money to a business claiming to sell used, heavy equipment on their website. But those victims never got what they paid for.
The Abbott Nutrition plant in Michigan has been closed since February, creating a nationwide formula shortage, but they reopened this week. State officials said production has ramped back up, but it could still be a while before formula is back on Alabama shelves.