Franklin Durst has us wondering what can be done when a company that owes you something goes out of business. Last April, a heating and air contractor installed a new air conditioner at his house in Hanahan, SC. And while he didn’t expect the unit to stop working just one month later, he thought he…
When Geran Smith moved from Tennessee to California, he had to cut some ties, including his gym membership to Planet Fitness. Smith didn’t immediately cancel though, believing he could simply transfer his membership to the location near his new home in California.
In the last-minute rush to put holiday gifts under your tree, you might be enticed by deferred interest store-branded credit card offers. The deals extend “no interest” for a promotional period ranging anywhere from 6 to 36 months, but they can often create more problems than they solve.
Elizabeth Traynor is upset that after turning in her leased 2013 Kia Optima to the dealership in West Nyack, NY, she received a bill in the mail for $400.
The holiday gift-giving season puts a lot of pressure on moms and dads to make sure kids get everything they need — and then some. While you might have figured out what you’re going to buy, you still need to answer this important question: how will you pay for it?