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Is a tow truck operator lurking nearby? You should ask yourself that question before you leave your car in a parking lot or strip mall lot.
We frequently hear from consumers about their experiences with tow trucks that operate in shopping center parking lots.
An email forwarded by a WTOP listener provided a link to a website that promised to help me start a brand new credit file.
Isn't that lovely? A secret admirer has sent you a Valentine's Day e-card.
You probably don't give much thought to the airbags in a car except to be glad they are there to protect you. But if you're buying a used car, you should give it a lot of thought.
CLUE -- the Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange -- is a database used by most insurance companies to determine whether to insure a house and the cost of that insurance.
HALT, an organization for legal reform, has released a report card on small claims courts and finds the news disturbing for consumers.
The name may change but the game is the same. I call it the "Travel Club Runaround."
Chris Cole, of the Independent Community Bankers of America, discusses how regulations affect bank services and impact consumers.
It's easy to sign up with a company that provides you with information on your credit. But it may be more difficult to stop the company from deducting funds from your bank account.