Consumer Reporter Wayne Carter takes your suggestions for products to buy to see how they work.
Two North Texans find out buying a new mattress can be stressful if it turns out the one you bought isn't the perfect fit.
For the nearly 70 percent of graduates who leave college with student loan debt, the Federal Trade Commission warns to beware of companies promising to reduce or eliminate that debt.
The NBC 5 Responds center helps when you run into a consumer issue. Here's some recent cases in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.
Plano-based Pizza Hut tells NBC 5 Responds that nearly 60,000 customers were affected by a data breach, possibly compromising names, ZIP codes, card information and more.
The FBI is warning people about "CEO Fraud," where the goal is to trick employees to wire thousands of dollars to an imposter posing as the "boss."
You could have a criminal record right now and not even know it. The major problem is expected to get much bigger, and it's all due to identity theft.
A Dallas woman calls NBC 5 Responds after being sent to collections due to an incorrect emergency room bill as we take a closer look into free-standing ERs in North Texas.
The Better Business Bureau warns be careful about who you hire to help with any immigration issues.
The Reel Roaster is part fishing rod, part marshmallow roaster. We let NBC 5's Wayne Carter buy it and check it out with local Boy Scouts.
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