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A Sacramento mom buying a Sony PlayStation Vita for her son says she was sold a demo model.
A number of local municipalities use herds of goats to eat away brush and cut down on fire danger. But Lincoln homeowner, Shalon Smith called Kurtis, saying the goats caused a dangerous situation near her home.
A Stockton woman had her car repossessed but she had sentimental items inside. We call on Kurtis Ming with what happens to your personal property.
A Yuba City woman’s new phone number used to belong to a pizza place. When she couldn’t get the calls to stop, she called Kurtis.
A week after signing a contract to book a wedding, the wedding was called off. When the venue refused to give them any of their money back, an Auburn woman called Kurtis.
The state went after a Ceres father for child support he paid. When he found out his former employer never handed over the child support they garnished from his pay-check, he called Kurtis.
Call Kurtis investigates the DMV apologizing yet again for a computer problem, keeping DMV customers from renewing their vehicle registrations.
A Vacaville couple says they’ve been waiting too long for a certificate tied to her engagement ring. It was time to call Kurtis.
Trisha Stonecipher paid for an education at Boston Reed College, only to learn the school she attended may not certify her for the job. Realizing her classmates may also be stuck, she called Kurtis to investigate.
A Stockton couple signed up for home alarm service, but say the system was never fully installed.
If you’ve ever been part of a consumer class action settlement before, you probably received a little money. Some class action lawsuits are so broad, the lawyers involved can’t track down everyone affected, so they rely on advertising and now the internet to find consumers to fill the class.
A Lincoln driver thinks a mistake on his record caused his car insurance to double. When he learned of a little known report we all have, called a C.L.U.E. report, he called Kurtis Ming to investigate.