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Verizon had a limited-time deal, offering savings of $140 for her family, she said. She made the switch nine days before her contract ended, planning to just pay off the pro-rated remaining nine days of her AT&T contract.
But she said it stopped heating properly. If it can’t be fixed, she thought she’d get $500 credit toward a new model. How many tries should Sears get to fix it?
As you head into the holiday shopping season, some store claim to match prices or have low price guarantees. Is it really as simple as finding a lower price somewhere else?
A local woman sold her RV to pay taxes she was told by her tax preparer that she owned. But when it turned out she didn’t owe all the money, she called Kurtis Ming.
An Elk Grove senior once again has a patio cover after CBS13 worked with the contractor who agreed to rebuild it. Carol Evans hired College Works Painting to paint her house and patio cover. She was horrified when she walked outside to see it reduced to a pile of debris.
Three years after our investigation, victims of foreclosure rescue company U.S. Loan Auditors may finally see some of their money back.
When it comes to buying a cellphone warranty or protection plan, what the salesperson tells you may not be the whole story, an undercover Call Kurtis Honesty Test investigation has learned.
As Californians who recycle reaches a record high, recycle centers have become big business, but not all are playing by the rules
The receipt from Kobe Steak and Sushi in Elk Grove shows he left $9, but $20 came out of his bank account.
Suzette Halterman said an AT&T repairman admitted she had a bad connection causing Internet problems for five years. Now she wants a refund.
But when a Stockton couple found themselves stuck in a communication breakdown between the airline and their travel agent, they called 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?