Taking A Closer Look At Low-Cost Prescription Eyeglasses OnlineThe ads are eye-catching and the prices - eye-popping. Online companies are now selling prescription eyeglasses for as little as $25 a pair, a fraction of what they cost in brick-and-mortar stores. So how good they really be? The ConsumerWatch team decided to take a look.
Not Everyone Is Having Luck Replacing Recalled Samsung Galaxy Note 7 PhonesThere may be a roadblock in the return process for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phone.
Covered California Likely To Be Choked By Trump PresidencyPresident-elect Donald Trump has vowed to repeal the Affordable Care Act and Republican members of Congress, say it will be a top priority.
One Way To Stop Political Robocalls During Campaign SeasonAs robocalls ramp up in the final days of the election, some voters are probably wondering how to put an end to those political calls.
Companies Lagging Behind In Compliance For Chip-Enabled CardsThe deadline for banks across the country to make a change to their ATMs to process chip-enabled debit and credit cards arrived on Friday.
ConsumerWatch: Sky-High PG&E Bill Comes as Shock to East Bay CustomerWhen John Graves started seeing his electricity bill soaring near -- then above -- a thousand a month, his first thought was that he had a malfunctioning "smart meter."
Napa Car Dealership Closure Leaves Customers in LimboAbout 100 customers of a now-closed car dealership in Napa say they’ve been unable to register their new cars, or are still listed as the owners of cars they traded-in, because the dealership failed to file appropriate notices and fees with the DMV.
More Criminals Profiting From Gift Card FraudGift cars remain one of the most popular presents in America, but more and more consumers are having issues with the cards when they try to use them at designated shops.
Best Buy Sale Prices Called Into QuestionA class-action lawsuit is accusing Best Buy of phantom markdowns, and falsely representing former “original” or “regular” prices.
Car Seat Chemical Probe Prompts Legislation, Lands KPIX Reporter On CBS 'The Talk'A KPIX 5 investigation exposing the false advertising, legal loopholes and outdated regulations that allow the exposure of millions of babies and toddlers to dangerous chemicals in car seats is generating national attention.
Feds Blamed For Exposing Kids To "Cancer-Causing" Car Seat ChemicalsA recent KPIX investigation repeatedly uncovered concerning, even cancer causing, chemicals in a majority of the car seats tested, and many blame the federal government.
AT&T Aims To Pull Plug On Traditional LandlinesWhile many people use cell phones exclusively, there are still plenty of traditional landlines in California homes and businesses. However, state lawmakers are considering pulling the plug on what's known as "plain old telephone service."