The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau recently finalized a new rule that prohibits lenders from issuing loans with fees so high that the customer can't afford to pay them back.
Residents of the Tehama Ridge community are backing their neighbor after their HOA demanded that he replace his roof.
If you plan on taking out a student loan for the upcoming year, it’ll cost you even more.
The FBI is warning consumers nationwide of a surge in complaints regarding phony online car transactions.
The Grandparent Scam is a scheme that tricks senior citizens into wiring money over the phone to get a relative out of harm's way, but now scammers want gift cards, too.
You might have heard about the malware, believed to be Russia-linked, that is targeting WiFi routers around the world. The FBI is urging people to take immediate action by re-setting their routers.
Even though home inspectors are required to be licensed in Texas, we’ve received complaints from consumers who say their inspector wasn’t thorough and missed major problems in their home.
A homeowner cannot use his pool, and the contractor has not shown up to finish the work after he was paid most of the money he was owed before the job was completed.
A woman in Denton said she was driving to work when out of nowhere her Kia burst into flames.
A Fort Worth man said his homeowners association is preventing him from selling his home because they don't like the color of his new roof.
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