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CBS13 ran an experiment, inviting two victims of identity theft to our station, where we asked which security questions they are asked the most. Luanne and Leah both said they’re commonly asked their mother’s maiden name and their birth date. We managed to pull up those answers online for each of them in just seconds.
Food products for sale are packaged with a printed weight or size — the minimum amount that’s supposed to be in the container for customers. But how do you know that printed label is accurate?
A new state bill that would simplify terms for pet insurance policies is advancing through the state legislature, aiming to keep the $750-million industry on a shorter leash.
In January, Amanda’s fiancé, Bryson, was killed trying to cross I-80 after his car broke down. CBS13 was on scene the day of the tragic accident.
Liz Perry used her home warranty to fix her microwave, but when repairman left a giant hole in her kitchen, it was time to Call Kurtis.
Jamie Meredith said FedEx damaged her antique chair and wouldn’t pay her insurance claim. “It looks like someone threw it,” she said.
Ernie Hills of Sacramento says when his stove quit working, Colonial Home Warranty offered him a $35 buyout, saying the expensive part wasn’t available.
Jay agreed, so Tim sent him half the money, $1050, via PayPal. But, he said the person on the other end of the emails quit responding, and Tim thought he was out his money,
Call Kurtis Investigates: Sacramento Metro Fire Begins Refunding Homeowners $1.3M In Wrongly Collected Taxes
Property owners across Rancho Cordova are finally getting their refund checks after a Call Kurtis investigation uncovered a fire district planned not to return $1.3 million in taxes collected illegally.
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.