FTC says it shut down operations that conned Americans and Canadians into believing they were buying into a business that didn't exist.
The terms for airline miles, hotel points and credit card rewards can change with little to no warning. And that leaves you up the creek with no free flight or lodging.
Millions were sent letters claiming they were winners; instead they were scammed out of more than $11 million.
Dinged for deceptive advertising about its cold and flu immune booster, Walgreens cuts $219,000 in checks to consumers. That's nothing to sneeze at.
One study shows that those in the know - from chefs to pharmacists - think the less expensive choice is the right one.
Feds say the telemarketing operation, which is being shut down, targeted seniors and pretended to be connected with Medicare, Social Security or health insurers.
A study by an investment regulatory group finds that a large percentage of Americans can't spot even obvious attempts at separating them from their money.
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