If you’ve been in Vegas and hopped in a taxi in recent years, there’s a good chance you’ve been “long hauled.”
Too good to be true?
It’s understandable that many consumers were shocked and outraged to learn that the credit card info of tens of millions of Target customers was compromised in a data breach during the holiday shopping period. But that outrage …
Today in ‘wtf crime’
Justice Department will investigate theft of over 70 million customers’ data
Many of the Colorado shops that are licensed to sell marijuana have installed ATMs, for the convenience of their customers. What could possibly go wrong?
Company will pay out at least $32.5 million to parents with app-happy kids
We all know that the only real way to lose weight is through diet and exercise, but who wants to do either of those things? That’s why companies find it so profitable to trick the gullible into believing that their powders, …
This trend probably won’t do much for your faith in humanity: Around the country, an increasing number of ethically challenged human beings are faking disabilities in order to snag good parking spots, cut lines at theme parks, or just bring their dogs into restaurants.
It’s getting more difficult to return stuff, even at stores renowned for their phenomenally generous, no-questions-asked return policies. You can thank the few bad apples who have habitually abused return policies for that.
Shoppers understand that prices for the same items can vary quite a bit among competing retailers. A new study shows that shoppers shouldn’t expect consistent pricing among stores with the same name — even if they’re located …