It’s likely unwelcome news for many customers, especially those who will still have to make payments despite no longer being able to receive aligners or customer care.
Roughly half-a-million people may be eligible for settlement payments tied to credit card offers from Credit Karma, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) said in a news release this week.
If you have an iPhone or other iOS device that doesn’t have automatic updates turned on, you should install the latest security fix immediately, Apple says.
When it comes to the best places in the U.S. for middle- and working-class people, a new study suggests you shouldn’t rule out cities with some of the least affordable homes.
Bank of America will pay a $12 million fine to settle charges that it submitted misleading mortgage data to the federal government, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced Tuesday.
A National Football League tackling style blamed for a number of player injuries in recent years has people calling for the league to crack down on the so called “hip-drop” tackle.
Between dog boarding, play dates and trips to the dog park, Thanksgiving presents additional risk for pets this year as a mystery canine illness continues to spread in multiple states.
While Black Friday scenes of people bursting through the doors of a big box retailer and wrestling over flatscreens have largely given way to online shopping deals scored from the comfort of one’s home, holiday shopping with a tablet or smartphone comes with its own pitfalls this year.
Gifts cards may be the perfect present for that hard-to-shop-for loved one, but they are also a favorite tool for scammers, according to a Better Business Bureau investigation that found a 50% jump in scam reports over last year.
Banks that use Zelle are refunding money to customers who were the victims of imposter scams carried out using the peer-to-peer network – here’s what we know so far.