Credit Freeze: The Best Way To Prevent Identity Thieves From Opening Credit In Your, Or Your Child’s Name
It’s called a credit freeze or security freeze and it’s the number one tool to prevent crooks from opening a credit account in your — or your child’s — name. Trouble is, not many people are using it.
The Transportation Security Administration will make chances about how it searches passengers’ luggage, following a KPIX 5 investigation.
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — You’ve heard of your credit report, but a Call Kurtis Investigation has learned there are dozens of reports about you, you probably don’t know about. A couple from Antelope didn’t […]
A Bay Area startup has developed an elder-care computer system that features an adorable animated avatar masking a real live human caretaker.
A new study finds kids and teens are getting more calories from pizza than anything else they eat — besides dessert.
Officials in Santa Clara county say duct cleaning companies using a variety of names are cold-calling homeowners and offering $49 cleanings that turn out to be way more expensive. In addition, officials say, the companies are falsely claiming affiliations with highly-rated businesses in the area.
Lots of people on the National Do Not Call Registry complain they still receive unwanted calls from Robocallers and telemarketers. Here are a few easy tools to cut down on annoying calls in 2015.
Three automakers have now agreed to nationwide airbag recalls and more replacement parts are being made, but auto industry analysts say fixing all the defective vehicles could take years.
From too few doctors, to state regulators who weren’t enforcing the law, the set backs and successes of the state’s health care exchange have been the topic of many ConsumerWatch reports this year. Now, the new laws in the New Year could fix some of the most significant issues facing Covered California. Julie Watts reports.
When you buy an appliance and the store offers to deliver it, you might expect they’ll take responsibility for any damage. But, as Julie Watts found out, it’s not always that simple.