Federal Trade Commission
AT&T Mobility LLC has been slapped with a $100 million fine for offering consumers “unlimited” data, but then slowing their Internet speeds after they reached a certain amount.
Officials have issued a warning about a scam that tries to trick you into revealing your credit card information.
Millions of people are on the national “Do Not Call” registry. But many still receive unwanted phone calls from telemarketers and computerized robocalls.
AT&T is being sued by the government over allegations it misled millions of smartphone customers who were promised unlimited data plans but instead experienced slow speeds while browsing the Internet or watching streaming video.
State Attorney General Kathleen Kane announced a large, national settlement with AT&T Mobility for a practice called “cramming.”
T-Mobile US became the target of a federal investigation and lawsuit Tuesday amid allegations that it bilked potentially hundreds of millions of dollars from its customers in fraudulent charges.
Scam artists are trying to use funeral home newsletters as a way to hack into your computer.
The Better Business Bureau has issued a warning about scam artists pretending to be protecting you from telemarketers.
The Federal Trade Commission wants your help to stop harassing robocalls to cell phones and landlines.
Do you go into sticker shock every time you need medicine for your pet? Well, consider shopping around the next time your pet gets sick. Your veterinarian is not the only place selling the drugs you might need for Spot or Fluffy.
Commercial robo-calls – almost all of them scams – are illegal without your written permission, but they are proliferating rapidly, say Federal Trade Commission officials. The challenge is to find new technology to beat these scam artists, says Carnegie Mellon professor Raj Rajkumar.
If you want a body like Kim Kardashian, the government wants you to know that buying a pair of Skechers Shape-Ups is not going to do it.
If you want a body like Kim Kardashian, the government wants you to know that buying a pair of Skechers Shape-Ups is not going to do it. The Federal Trade Commission went after the company for deceptive advertising, and now consumers are getting refunds.
To file a complaint against Best Buy, visit the Federal Trade Commission’s website or call toll-free: 1–877–FTC–HELP (1–877–382–4357).
Identity theft is a growing problem in the technology age, so today law enforcement officials gathered together to learn ways to curb the crime.