FTC Halts Fake News Sites About Deceitful Acai Berry Weight-Loss Products

We’ve covered the deceitful acai berry weight-loss products over the past year on our site (see here, here and here). It was announced on Wednesday that the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has stopped six operators from using fake news site that allegedly deceived consumers about this product. Six online marketers agreed to settlements with the … Read more

Consumers Pissed Off at Credit Card Companies. One-Third Don’t Even Have a Credit Card.

Credit card holders are angry. More than a one-third (32%) have paid off and closed a card since January 2008, and half of those that canceled did so in direct response to the actions of credit-card issuers, such as cutting limits, hiking rates, or imposing fees, according to a national poll by Consumer Reports. Twenty-one … Read more

Consumer Reports Debt Settlement Article to Come

A little birdie in the wind told me that Consumer Reports is working on an article that involves debt settlement services. This person said they got the impression that the article was going to not be supportive of debt settlement companies, and in many ways, that’s a shame. Settling your debts for less that you … Read more

Early voting records fall; Arditti hitting credit cards to finance

Early voting records fall; Arditti hitting credit cards to finance … Newspaper Tree, TX – 3 hours ago After the election, she will have until March 2009 to take limited campaign contributions and use them to repay herself. If her credit card debt is large, …