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Tim and Bela Kriner spent more than $5,000 for their membership to DirectBuy, but the company closed its showroom before they bought anything.
FAIR OAKS (CBS13) — Sean Larsson spent a lot of money on the warranty for his couch — $200 for five years coverage. But when he said the company refused to honor it, he called [...]
John Pucci thought he’d found the perfect gift for his son-in-law, an avid camper: A snazzy travel hammock. But three months later, Pucci still had no sign the hammock had shipped.
If you meet income requirements, the state will pay up to $500 in repairs, or up to $1,500 if you retire your old vehicle.
Unlike many donations, cars can only be written off for the value fetched at auction — usually far less than the Kelley Blue Book value.
Kelly Souza spent about $3,000 on her GE refrigerator seven years ago, but she said now it won’t stay cold.
After our story about cosmetic surgeon Dr. Efrain Gonzalez, we heard from quite a few patients who said they were injured as well.
This year was a busy one for Call Kurtis, and this week CBS13 is revisiting some of the most popular stories of the year.
Patients need to realize they’re also paying to cover hospital equipment, salaries and even other patients who don’t pay their bills, according to Jan Emerson-Shea of the California Hospital Association.
When Mayer brought it to Sears’ attention, he said the company told him he’d have to pay the current price if he wanted to switch his order.
Bill Jones says he was billed for almost nine years of alarm monitoring service — a sum of more than $2,300.
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.