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Ever since changes were brought in a couple of years ago, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) has required express consent by consumers before companies can contact them. The revamped laws don't just ban cold-calling, but instead impose a duty on companies to ensure they're only… More
It's important that you get what you pay for. If something you buy – a bed, a car, a computer, or a sandwich – makes a certain claim, it's reasonable to expect that claim to be true. When companies make false claims (and they do, all the time) consumers have the right to seek compensation… More
Several retailers are currently facing lawsuits over their use of inaccurate or misleading "compare at" sale prices. In many of these cases, consumers took action after finding out that products they bought were being sold at sale prices that drew comparisons to fictional "full" prices.… More
Labor laws in California set out clear regulations for pay stubs, including what's required to be on the stub and how this information must be laid out. In California, your pay stub needs to include everything from gross wages earned and total hours worked to the name and address of your… More
Everyone loves saving money – and knowing how much you're saving only makes the deal seem sweeter. Why pay full price when so many outlet stores are offering huge discounts? Even better, with the department store price clearly listed next to the discounted price, shoppers can find out… More
It's no surprise that big businesses don't like class action lawsuits. The reason is simple: class actions are effective and offer groups of consumers a way to fight corporations on equal footing. One person may never be able to take a company to court over, say, inaccurately labeled… More