As Californians who recycle reaches a record high, recycle centers have become big business, but not all are playing by the rules
The receipt from Kobe Steak and Sushi in Elk Grove shows he left $9, but $20 came out of his bank account.
Suzette Halterman said an AT&T repairman admitted she had a bad connection causing Internet problems for five years. Now she wants a refund.
The lost and found world of pets thinks Kenneth Morris’ five pound Chihuahua is actually a Rottweiler named “Gretchen.” That’s kind of a big difference.
But when a Stockton couple found themselves stuck in a communication breakdown between the airline and their travel agent, they called Kurtis.
A Call Kurtis Investigation reveals a problem with a certain solar panel manufacturer that can cause homes to catch fire.
Barbara says she made the payments on the home for five years, until she lost her job. She says Chase refused to put through a loan modification without her dead mother’s signature.
Robocalls are illegal under federal law, and have been for four years. While Call Kurtis was investigating complaints about Ray the robocaller, one of our Call Kurtis volunteers got a carpet cleaning robocall at home. But this time no mention of Ray.
Sales calls can be annoying, but the prerecorded ones are also illegal.
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.