Latest Sacramento Call Kurtis
How does an air quality survey turn into you entering a contest, then winning something, then spending $3,300 plus on a vacuum cleaner?
A Call Kurtis Investigation reveals a problem with a certain solar panel manufacturer that can cause homes to catch fire.
We’ve learned these solar panels are on roof tiles of more than 200 homes in Northern California, including the Blackstone Community in El Dorado Hills.
Barbara says she made the payments on the home for five years, until she lost her job. She says Chase refused to put through a loan modification without her dead mother’s signature.
Robocalls are illegal under federal law, and have been for four years. While Call Kurtis was investigating complaints about Ray the robocaller, one of our Call Kurtis volunteers got a carpet cleaning robocall at home. But this time no mention of Ray.
Sales calls can be annoying, but the prerecorded ones are also illegal.
A Carmichael man says he paid for a parking ticket twice. But when he racked up late DMV fees, had his tax refund withheld and wages garnished, he called Kurtis.
The last time Nelson-Bottley saw her red Mustang, she thought it was about to get fixed, after an accident. But things have changed.
Hughes said the first Allegiant flight to Las Vegas got in late, causing him to miss his tight 25-minute connection, and Allegiant wouldn’t put him on the next flight or refund his $319.99 ticket.
When she returned to the same store a couple of days later, Piorek says she discovered that nothing had been done and the items with the warning labels were still for sale.
When a viewer brought her laptop back to Fry’s under an extended warranty, she says they told her it would take five weeks to fix. Five weeks turned into almost three months.