A Carmichael man says he paid for a parking ticket twice. But when he racked up late DMV fees, had his tax refund withheld and wages garnished, he called Kurtis.
When she returned to the same store a couple of days later, Piorek says she discovered that nothing had been done and the items with the warning labels were still for sale.
When a viewer brought her laptop back to Fry’s under an extended warranty, she says they told her it would take five weeks to fix. Five weeks turned into almost three months.
They paid their property tax bills every year. But now, they’re on the hook for $4,000 or $5,000. Sacramento County admits it undertaxed them for years.
He signed up with Google AdSense, which allows Google to place ads on your website. The more hits you get on your site, the more money you make. But this guy says Google couldn’t help him get his own money.
Protecting your social security number is key to preventing identity theft. When a Turlock woman saw her social security number clearly displayed on her utility bill, she didn’t know what to do, so she called Kurtis Ming.
Getting her social security benefits through the US Direct Express debit card, Maggie Giono noticed in mid-June. more than $824 in fraudulent charges on her government issued debit card.
Every California Army National Guard soldier who got a bonus or student loan repayment between 2004 and 2010 is being asked to prove they deserved that money or they may have to pay it back.
Sewilor Bryson’s new La-Z-Boy chair has gone flat after less than a year, she said. It came with a one-year warranty, but when the company said it wasn’t able to fix it, the 75-year-old senior called Kurtis.
State law didn’t require his bank to send along his name as the owner of the money because it was less than $50. With no name, there was no way for California to return his unclaimed property to him.
The IRS keeps asking for their 2010 taxes and the couple keeps sending the paperwork in. Now they’re at risk of losing the credit for the $920 dollars they paid Uncle Sam that tax year.
“All you need to do is place your order online,” said Comcast representative Chris in an online chat in February. Nancy subsequently signed up online for two years of that service, Comcast’s “HD Complete XF Triple Play,” at about $200 a month.