Defective: The federal government knows that consumers are using hundreds of dangerous everyday products

November 14 – WWNY-TV


Why Are There so Many Auto Insurance Commercials?
November 4 – MarketPlace


What Are Payday Loans and Other Types of Predatory Lending?
November 3 – USA Today


Cetera to Pay $8.6 M as Sec Disclosure Cases Leave Lasting Impact
November 2 – Financial Planning


How Much Will that Funeral Cost? Federal Rule Could Make Prices Easier to Get
October 31 – Pittsburg Post-Gazette


You May Experience a ‘Mysterious Disappearance’ on Halloween — and Insurance Probably Won’t Pay for It
October 31 – CNBC


People Are Shocked at The Cost of Filling Their Oil Tanks as Winter Approches
October 30 – Boston Globe


Funeral Homes Could Soon Have to Post Prices Online
October 26 – NPR


The Latest Threat to The CFPB Could Reverberate Big Time
October 20 – Axios


NYCC Real Estate Commissions Are All Over the Map: Consumer Watchdog
October 20 – Inman


Some Workers Say Their Job Billed Them For… Quitting?
October 19 – The Hustle


Fiduciary Debate Rises from Dead, Irking Some
October 17 – Pensions and Investments


Activist Groups Demand Feds Require Nutrition Labels on Booze
October 15 – Reason


No-Fault Reform Was Meant to Lower Michigan Car Insurance Rates, but They’re up More than 7 Percent
October 14 – Interlochen Public Radio


SEC Issues FAQ on Fiduciary DEI Duties
October 13 – Think Advisor


FDA Officials Pledge Actions to Improve US Diets
October 12 – AgriPulse


New Legislation to Eliminate the Airlines’ Liability Shield
October 7 – Travel Market Report


You’ve Been Served: TTB Sued Over Wine Ingredient Labels
October 7 – Wine Industry News


Food Poisoning Has Slightly Dropped, CDC Finds. but Experts Say It’s Still a Problem.
October 6 – USA Today


Banks Seek Clear Rules While Eyeing Small-Dollar Loan Expansion
October 6 – Bloomberg


How to Pick a Financial Advisor
October 6 – Wall Street Journal


Nutrition Labels May Be Headed to Alcohol Bottles
October 6 – Inside Hook


Backlash to Allstate’s Steep Auto Insurance Rate Hikes Could Have Industrywide Ramifications
October 5 – Crain’s Chicago Business


Consumer Groups Sue for Nutritional Labeling on Alcoholic Beverages
October 5 – Food Drive


Fighting Senior Fraud Before it Happens
October 4 – Kiplinger


How Neobanks Are Helping Consumers Game Credit Scoring
October 3 – Protocol


They Got a Puppy — and A Nearly 200 Percent Loan
September 30 – Washington Post


Investor Protection for ESG Investing and Complex Products
September 27 – JD Supra


Trade associations to House: It’s time to hold a vote on the RILA Act
September 22 – Insurance News Net


National Consumer Group Calls on Ohio to Stop Widow’s Penalty
September 18 – Akron Beacon Journal


Consumer Groups Encourage USDA Secretary to Continue Efforts to Make Chicken Products Safer
September 14 – Food Safety News


Warren Condemns Deceptive and ‘Outrageous Behavior’ by Student Loan Giant Navient
September 14 – Common Dreams


Warren Warns Navient Taking ‘advantage’ of Borrowers in Suggesting Refinance of Student Loans
September 13 – The Hill


It’s Time to Change the Credit Score Game
September 12 – Protocol


Senate Democrats Say Buy Now, Pay Later Products Lack Oversight
September 13 – Roll Call


Consumer Groups Encourage USDA Secretary to Continue Efforts to Make Chicken Products Safer
September 12 – Food Safety News


Stressed About Credit Card Debt? Take These Steps to Help Trim High-Interest Account Balances
September 5 – CNBC


Voice of The Consumer: What Were the Top Consumer Complaints of 2021?
August 29 – KKTV-TV


Troubleshooters: Consumer Federation of America Responds to Auto Insurance Price Disparities Investigation
August 17 – WAVE


Car Trouble Stays on Top
August 15 – Pittsburg Post-Gazette


Ask Asa: Consumer Advocates Fight Predatory Loans
August 11 – WJCL-TV


These Are South Carolina’s Biggest Consumer Complaints
August 9 – WCBD-TV


The Top 10 Consumer Complaints from 2021
August 8 – WTOP-TV


Commission Study Paid for By Home Services Comes Under Fire
August 8 – Inman


Nine Ways to Recession-Proof Your Life as Prices Soar
August 3 – KXTV-TV


Brokerages Warned by SEC Over Conflicts of Interest Tied to Pay
August 3 – Advisor Hub


New SEC Guidance Tackles How to Handle Conflicts of Interest
August 3 – ThinkAdvisor


Is Banking at Walmart Worth It?
August 2 – Consumer Reports


As Gas Prices Soar, Card Networks Raise Pre-Authorization Holds on Gas Purchases
August 2 – Bankrate


Fsis Takes on Salmonella in Certain Chicken Products; Hopes to Publish Something by Fall
August 1 – Food Safety News


How to Recession-Proof Your Life Amid Economic Uncertainty
July 26 – Associated Press


Sale Fees Don’t Always Jibe with Price
July 31 – Bankers and Tradesman


What if Every Day Was Payday? Same-Day Pay Is Catching On, but Faster Is Not Always Better
July 29 – Moneywise


CFPB’s Chopra Defends Guidance Docs Targeted by Industry Critics
July 27 – Blomberg Law


Car Insurers’ Pandemic Windfalls Prompt a Response in Springfield, with Consumer-Minded Reforms Planned
July 23 – Chicago Sun Times


It’s Time to Fix Illinois’ Auto Insurance Market
July 22 – Crain’s Chicago Business


Watchdog: No Relationship Between Commissions and Home Prices
July 20 – Inman


Inflation Is Soaring. Time to Rethink Your Emergency Savings.
July 15 – Washington Post


Lawmakers Propose Single Food Safety Agency
July 14 – Meat + Poultry


Public Action Groups Call for Separate Food Arm at Fda to Streamline Food Safety
July 14 – Food Safety News


Groups Scrutinize Pandemic Auto Insurance Premiums, Profits
July 6 – My Journal Courier


Car Insurers’ Pandemic Windfalls: Illinois Insurers Could Have Given You Bigger Refunds, Maintained Same Profits
July 2 – Chicago Sun-Times


Ftc Lawsuit: Walmart Stores Turn ‘blind Eye’ to Wire Transfer Fraud, Enable Millions in Scams
June 29 – BobSullivan.net


A New Regulator Is Stepping Into the ‘rent-A-Bank’ Ring
June 27 – Protocol


Here’s How Much Money You Can Actually Save Switching To LED Light Bulbs
June 26 – Slash Gear


An N.J. Bill Would Require Some People to Have More Insurance. We Could All Suffer.
June 24 – New Jersey Star-Ledger


New Federal Regulations Should Prevent Infant Injuries and Deaths at Sleep Time
June 23 – Northwest News Radio


New DOL Fiduciary Rule Pushed to December
June 22 – Think Advisor


Rules to Curb Credit-Card Late Fees Get Fresh Look at CFPB
June 22 – Bloomberg Law


What 2 Supportive Commenters Say About SEC’s Climate Regulations
June 21 – Plan Advisor


Ask Asa: Check Your Credit Report for Medical Debt
June 16 – WJCL-TV


As SEC charges First Brokerage to Run Afoul of New Investor Protection Rule, Here’s how To Find a Good Financial Advisor
June 17 – CNBC


SEC takes First Substantive Reg Bi Enforcement Action
June 16 – Think Advisor


SEC Charges Calif. Broker In First Reg BI Violation Case
June 16 – Wealth Management


Road Hazard: Major Auto Repair Chains Offer ‘No Interest’ Financing That’s Often Very Costly
June 14 – Checkbook


Ask Asa: Credit reporting agencies are wiping billions in medical debt from credit reports
June 9 – WJCL-TV


Opinion: Car Insurance Reforms Didn’t Address Discrimination Against Detroiters
June 8 – The Detroit News


Fsis Decides Against Changing Safe Handling Instructions Sought by Safe Food Coalition
June 6 – Before It’s News


Five Ways to Cut Down on Your Energy Bill
June 6 – WRAL


Those Trying to Stop Human Illnesses from Poultry Won’t Give Up
June 5 – Before It’s News


Dismissal of Class Action Rate Suit Against Geico Upheld in New York
June 3 – Repairer Driven News


Electronic Arts’ ‘loot Box’ Is ‘looting’ Players, Allege Consumer Groups
June 3 – Techno Holik


Biden Signs Law Banning Child Products Linked to Hundreds of Deaths
June 2 – WALB-TV


Groups Urge U.S. to Probe ‘loot Box’ on Electronic Arts Video Game
June 2 – Reuters


Started in Va. with A Whimper, Ended with A Bang; Schapiro: Started in Va. with A Whimper, Ended with A Bang
June 2 – Richmond Times-Dispatch


WesBanco Bank Again Receives the America Saves Designation of Savings Excellence
June 1 – Markets Insider


California Wants To Force Insurers To Reward Homeowners For Fireproofing Homes
May 30 – SFGate


Michiganders Are Being Target By The Grandparent Scam
May 28 – WFGR-TV


Consumer Federation: Montana Auto Insurers Often Charge Women More Since State Repealed Ban on Sex-Based Pricing, Despite Commissioner’s Promise
May 27 – Insurance News Net


Commentary: Thomas Gremillion — to Avoid Next Crisis, Make Food Safety Priority
May 26 – Jacksonville Journal-Courier


New Report Shows how TAB Bank and Easy Pay Finance’s Predatory Loans Harm Veterans and Servicemembers
May 26 – Channel Advisor


Cash Home Buyers: New Services Offer Help Making All-Cash Offer
May 26 – Tribune Content Agency


CA Wants to Force Insurers to Reward Homeowners for Fireproofing Homes
May 26 – Patch


55 Ways to Trim Your Living Expenses Right Now
May 26 – Msn Money


Volatility to Spark Increased Scrutiny of Complex Products Sales, Regulators Warn
May 26 – Advisor Hub


California Wants to Force Insurers to Reward Homeowners for Fireproofing Homes
May 26 – Capital Public Radio


Cash Home Buyers: New Services Offer Help Making All-Cash Offer
May 25 – Kiplinger


Food Safety Must Become a Bigger Priority
May 25 – Las Vegas Sun


United States Bans Crib Bumpers and Infant Inclined Sleepers
May 24 – Sierra Sun Times


Baby Formula Crisis: To Avoid the Next Infant Formula Crisis, Make Food Safety a Priority
May 22 – Inside Sources


Lawmakers Delve Into Insurance Practices Amid Pandemic
May 22 – Lockport Union-Sun & Journal


Price Fixing Has Sent Realtor Commissions Soaring in An Already Hot Market, Lawsuit Alleges
May 19 – CBC News


President Biden Signs ‘Safe Sleep for Babies Act’, Will Prohibit Sale of Crib Bumper Pads
May 16 – KATV-TV