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The label clearly states “100% Money Back Guarantee”. With almost a full bottle of Vodka, Ed says the Sam’s Club in Roseville refused to take it back saying it’ll illegal to take back alcohol. He says they referred him to corporate which referred him back to the store. He says the store then promised to get him in contact with the distillery, but never followed through.
Johnny Smith says he has thousands of dollars in his account, but showed us how his credit union won’t let him get cash out of the ATM. His wife Stephanie says her bank card was rejected while shopping over the holidays.
She says the city of Modesto pointed the finger at its contractor Galton Solid Waste. She says Galton pointed her back to the city for billing issues. So why is this fuel charge still on the bill?
Hill who is battling cancer says when he showed up to the home, he ran into half a dozen people who said they paid for the same room.
Linda Steiger says internet security company McAfee managed to get money out of her bank account, even after her debit card expired.
Ruffin got three free months of Sirius X-M Satellite radio after buying a new van. She said the company then offered five months for $25. So why did SiriusXM pluck $417 out of her bank account leaving her with just $20?
When a second bill arrived, Kolesar said his new bill was for $105.90 for not paying in time and if he doesn’t pay, he faces a vehicle registration lien.
Marsha Kirby said someone stole the brass name plate right off her mother’s crypt. When the cemetery demanded $1,600 to replace it, it was time to Call Kurtis.
You may get a good deal on generic brand TV’s, but James says you should be careful of these door busters. Some of these low end TV’s are only produced for Black Friday as confirmed to us undercover by a Best Buy worker.
The California Highway Patrol had it towed to City Wide Towing of Lodi where she learned, she’d have to pay more than $300 to get it out. If she couldn’t come up with that money, it would cost $50 a day to store it.
Weeks after his death, she realized Sutter Memorial Hospital made a mistake marking his death on his death certificate as July 14th, instead of July 15th.
Talley Soriano was excited to find a 49ers ticket for the Thanksgiving Day game against the Seattle Seahawks. After she bought it, she called Ticketmaster, the company behind the ticket exchange. It was only then that she realized her seat wasn’t inside Levi Stadium – it was actually a parking spot outside.