After our first story aired, more North Texas consumers say they too were ripped off by the owner of A1 Engines, Chris Nasrallah.
KXAS’ consumer investigative unit, NBC 5 Responds, which is charged for standing up for consumers, has recovered more than $1,000,000 for North Texans.
The NBC 5 Consumer Investigative Team got back $1,700 for a Richardson family this month, putting them over the $1,000,000 mark.
Texans know heat can be dangerous, but every year a child is left in a hot car and dies of heatstroke.
NBC Responds to consumer complaints and holds companies accountable, but some businesses are firing back, silencing the consumers we assist.
Consumers tell NBC 5 there's a local auto parts business that's taking advantage of its customers. We've heard from several people who say they paid hundreds of dollars for an engine or transmission, but didn't...
A sophisticated scam targeting homebuyers robbed a San Jose couple of their life savings, and real estate experts say everyone shopping for a place to live is at risk.
Consumers tell NBC 5 that there’s one auto insurance company that’s leaving Texas drivers high and dry.
When a moving company dented an Arlington woman's refrigerator, she wanted answers, so she called NBC 5 Responds to help.
A North Texas man is demanding answers after he says a popular rental car company charged him $129 for fuel after he'd already filled up the tank.
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