Call Kurtis: For Sale Sign Caused My Car to Get Towed While I Shopped
He says a half hour later after shopping at a Rite Aid and PetSmart on Watt Avenue, he came outside to find his car towed because the tow company said “for sale signs” are not allowed.
Call Kurtis Investigates: Satellite Companies Demand Equipment Back From CA Wildfire Victims
"Nothing survived," Gayle Mendoza said looking at the debris.
Call Kurtis: We Can't Get Refunds After SacTrips Canceled Our Trips of a Lifetime
Theresa Coleman already bought travel books, excited to take a Spain trip she booked through SacTrips.com for $2,600.
Call Kurtis: Dating Service Wouldn’t Let Me Cancel My $1,250 Contract
Lynn says they initially wanted $4,000, but dropped the price to $1,250 for four dates. Soon after signing the contract, Lynn says she regretted it.
Call Kurtis: I Found a Filled Barf Bag In the Seatback Pocket On My Flight
While handing it to the United Airlines flight attendant, Janet says the vomit got on both her and her husband's clothes.
Call Kurtis: Is Your Unlimited Data Plan Really Unlimited?
While navigating Los Angeles on a family trip, Michael Richards knew he relied much more than usual on his smartphone for things like directions.
Call Kurtis Investigates: Rental Website Offers Homes Not for Rent
In order to get the landlord's contact information, Faith had to pay $29.95. When she called, she says she was surprised at what she heard.
Call Kurtis Investigates: I Reported Illegal Dumping; Where's My Reward?
He says for years, he's forwarded Sacramento County investigators photos and information involving offenders including license plates, names, and nationalities.
Call Kurtis: Woman Reunited With Belongings After Mover Vanishes
A CBS13 viewer says a mover held her stuff hostage. More than a month after he picked up her stuff, she says he never delivered it to her new home in Minnesota.
Call Kurtis Investigates: Comcast To Pay For Home Security for Some After Publishing 74,000 Unlisted Phone Numbers
A 2012 Call Kurtis investigation revealed Comcast had published a Rio Linda viewer's phone number, despite her paying $1.50 a month to keep it private.