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.
Marc Scribner of the Competitive Enterprise Institute discusses how automated vehicles will reduce the number of injuries and property damage caused by accidents.
John Breyault of the National Consumers League talks about ways you can protect your phones and computers from fraudsters and hackers.
Antonio Doss, Small Business Administration, discusses the ways the agency helps new businesses.
Susan Diegelman, director of public affairs, AT&T, discusses 5G and what it means for consumers.
Kevin Brasler, executive editor, Washington Consumer’s Checkbook, reveals how to find the best lawn care, tree repair services and garden centers.
Matt Schulz, senior analyst with creditcards.com, discusses the pros and cons of gas station credit cards.
Kyle Burgess of Consumers’ Research discusses how counterfeit products and drugs endanger the lives of millions of consumers.
Steve Pociask, American Consumer Institute, discusses the use of apps on your devices.
Michael Cannon of the Cato Institute talks about restrictions on discussing legal uses of drugs for off-label purposes.
Krisztina Pusok, director of policy and research, American Consumer Institute, discusses how data collection works.
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.
Bruce McClary of the National Foundation for Credit Counseling discusses debt elimination scams.