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When United Airlines told Greg Reichhold his $633 air travel credit had already expired, it was time to Call Kurtis.
A contractor insists Barbara Foy’s cracked driveway is now fixed — but Call Kurtis found that simply wasn’t true.
A Fairfield mother bought travel insurance for her trip to Ukraine before protests and deadly clashes broke out. Now her insurance won’t cover it.
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Renters say their apartment complex towed their cars, even though they parked in the right spots. When the apartment manager refused to refund them their tow fees, it was time to Call [...]
When Gerry called RT, he said the person who answered told him to go online to RT’s web page, under the police services section, and file a crime report. But there was nothing there.
A filthy sponge soaking up leaking engine fluids wasn’t what Shantel Hawkins expected to find in the 2002 Ford Explorer she’d just purchased.
Fans attending a weekend River Cats game in May claim they parked where the parking attendant guided them — but were greeted by $45 parking tickets when they returned to their cars after the game.
Leah Prior’s lender agreed to lower her interest rate four years ago but now realizes her balance is about $10,000 higher than it should be.
Every MetroPCS customer who bought a phone before last July will eventually need to replace their phones, a company spokesperson confirmed to Call Kurtis.
More than six years after California’s gift card refund law went into effect, not all stores are following the law, a Call Kurtis undercover investigation has learned.
Credit Expert and Author of “The Road to 850″ Al Bingham says he’s never seen a perfect FICO score. Bingham who is also a loan officer pulled Craig’s Classic FICO score, and found it was 812. Moegel also purchased his credit score in early May through MyFICO.com and found it was 777.
Living in a world of shrinking privacy, Walt Babigan was worried crooks could scope out his home using a now ubiquitous technology: Google Street View.