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.
Bill Elkins has always paid his taxes, he said. So when the 66-year-old grandfather got a letter from the state saying he owed back taxes from 17 years ago, he wasn’t happy.
Could this happen to you? Tonight at 10, Call Kurtis investigates spa mistakes.
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 Sacramento teacher switched phone companies and wanted to bring her number with her. When it still wasn’t transferred after a month, she called Kurtis.
The holidays might not be the easiest time to handle home improvement projects, but making a couple upgrades before the end of the year could save you hundreds of dollars on your tax and utility bills.
Imagine buying your first house, then learning just days later, it’s not the home you thought it was. A Fair Oaks woman called Kurtis Ming when she learned her house isn’t attached to the public sewer.
Priya Prikita is ready to start a new life. After her wedding, Prikita moved from her old apartment in San Mateo into a brand new Antelope home with her new husband. “It’s our first home,” […]
There’s confusion about that 30-day grace period for DMV renewal fees. A Grass Valley viewer called Kurtis when he was forced to pay a late fee, he shouldn’t have paid!
You’ve probably seen them at the grocery store. Those coin counting machines, like Coinstar, where you throw in your loose change and get cash. But a Sacramento woman says she was shorted so she called Kurtis.
Jon and Penny Wells live a busy life. They love spending time with their dog and their grandkids, but instead they’ve found themselves spending time on the phone, fighting unauthorized charges that have popped up on their phone bills.
A state worker, in pain every day, says she can’t get a much needed operation, because her doctor refuses to hand over her own medical records. After eight months of waiting, it was time to call Kurtis Ming.