Tom Gordon, executive director of Responsive Law, talks about ways to use the legal system without having to hire a lawyer.
Kristi Thompson, Federal Communications Commission, discusses robocalls and how consumers can fight back.
Lauren Hall of Consumer Action profiles common frauds, including deceptive health claims about some celebrity-endorsed products.
Elizabeth Casey, with Fox Corporation, discusses parental controls, why they are essential in protecting children from inappropriate TV programs, and how to use them.
John Breyault of the National Consumers League talks about ways you can protect your phones and computers from fraudsters and hackers.
Susan Diegelman, director of public affairs, AT&T, discusses 5G and what it means for consumers.
Bruce McClary of the National Foundation for Credit Counseling discusses debt elimination scams.
Jill Gonzales, an analyst with WalletHub.com, discusses gift cards and credit cards. A study by the company lists the best gift cards as well as credit cards.
Maryam Cope, vice president of government affairs at the American Hotel and Lodging Association, discusses third-party hotel booking websites that may steal your money or even your identity.
Twila Brase, President of the Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom discusses the proposed National Health ID number and its impact on medical privacy, medical care and the concerns about the security of sensitive information.
Consumer advocate Charlie Leocha of Travelers United discusses the many hidden fees you are likely to pay when making travel arrangements.
Aaron Foss, developer of Nomorobo, discusses how his free app blocked 1.2 billion robocalls.
Kelvin Coleman, executive director, National Cyber Security Alliance, discusses the steps individuals and businesses should take to protect their data.
Bruce McClary, vice president of marketing for the National Foundation for Credit Counseling, talks about the realities of getting relief from your debts to credit cards or the IRS.