While lawmakers in Washington debate whether to send out a second stimulus check, many North Texans are saying they still haven't received the first $1,200 payment.
Many North Texans Still Waiting On First Stimulus Check As Congress Considers Second RoundWhile lawmakers in Washington debate whether to send out a second stimulus check, many North Texans are saying they still haven't received the first $1,200 payment.
New BBB Study Warns Of Moving Scams: 'Consumers Need To Do Their Homework'The BBB says it gets about 13,000 complaints each year about moving companies.
Security Experts Warn Of Elevated Threat Of Medical ID Theft During Coronavirus PandemicWhen it comes to privacy protection, not all providers are created equal.
Hit With Added Safety Costs During Pandemic, Some Businesses Charging Clients MoreNail salons, dental offices and auto mechanics are starting to add surcharges, covering everything from cleaning expenses to personal protective equipment.
North Texas Couple Sues Venue For Not Rescheduling Summer Wedding Or Issuing RefundA wedding company is facing a class action lawsuit after asserting it would not reschedule events set for the summer.
Texas Joins Federal Lawsuit To Stop Illegal RobocallersThe lawsuit was filed against John C. Spiller, II and Jakob Mears, along with their Texas-based companies Rising Eagle Capital Group LLC and JSquared Telecom LLC.
Keeping Cell Phone Data Charges Under Control Not Impossible During PandemicDue to social distancing and remote working, people may be using their smartphones more frequently to keep in touch.
More Texas Driver License Offices Reopen TodayMore Texas Driver License Offices Reopen Today
Some North Texas Businesses Hurt By Coronavirus Raising Prices, Adding FeesReeling from the financial losses of the pandemic, some restaurants, salons and dental offices have started including a COVID-19 surcharge.
Don't Get Burned: Read Fine Print Before Enrolling In Payment Assistance ProgramsContrary to the name, a "payment extension" does not extend a payment due date for TXU customers.
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Claims From Customers Who Bought Travel Insurance Due To COVID-19 Are Being DeniedCustomers purchased a travel insurance policy they believed would shield them against COVID-19 cancellations. But the company ended up denying their claims.
COVID-19 Not Stopping Creditors From CallingConsumer debt hit $14.3 trillion during the first quarter, right as the pandemic began to unfold in the U.S, according to the New York Federal Reserve.
Dallas Rental Assistance Applicants Met With Busy Signals, Technical GlitchesOn the first day the City of Dallas started accepting applications for its new housing assistance program, more than 13,000 people applied.
Some Rangers Fans Who Bought Tickets To Games Not Played Anxiously Await RefundsThe Texas Rangers would have played their 30th game of the season this week. But there are no games happening at Globe Life Field.
'It's Insane, It's Quick And It's Devastating': CBS Business Analyst On Coronavirus' Economic & Employment ImpactBusinesses are struggling to survive with much of the country still under stay-at-home orders.
Emergency Short-Term Rental & Mortgage Assistance On Dallas AgendaEmergency Short-Term Rental & Mortgage Assistance On Dallas Agenda
Scammers On Stand By As Millions Of Americans Receive Stimulus MoneyIf you're waiting for your stimulus check, you're not alone. Crooks want that money, too, and the ways they are tricking consumers is only getting more creative.
Texas Waives Certain Rules For Vehicle Registration, TitlesThe changes allow drivers to avoid penalties for failing to "timely title or register a vehicle, or renew a parking placard."
Homeowners May Face Higher Taxes Despite Coronavirus PandemicDespite the current coronavirus pandemic, homeowners may see an increase in their taxes.
Federal Agencies Warn Customers About Fraud Coronavirus Testing Kits Found Online"You don’t want to pay for something and be bilked out of your hard-earned dollars," said Reid Tepfer, an attorney with the FTC. "At the same time, you want accurate results you can depend on."
With Fewer Drivers On Road, Some Auto Insurers To Offer Refunds To CustomersAs millions of Americans remain under stay-at-home orders, several auto insurance companies have vowed to issue refunds to customers.
Beware, Crooks Eyeing Your Stimulus ChecksScammers never rest, not even during the coronavirus crisis.
Renters Cannot Be Evicted At Least Until April 19, Texas Supreme Court SaysSome counties in North Texas have already postponed eviction hearings beyond the April 19 deadline.