Jim Quiggle of the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud discusses the latest trends in insurance fraud, including telemedicine and COVID-19.
Tom Gordon of Responsive Law describes changes that are being made in some states to make the law more accessible and affordable to consumers.
Doug Badger, visiting fellow in domestic policy studies with the Heritage Foundation, discusses the ways COVID-19 spreads.
John Breyault of the National Consumers League discusses how hackers are targeting school systems, the effect, and the cost.
Lauren Hall of Consumer Action profiles common frauds, including deceptive health claims about some celebrity-endorsed products.
Kelvin Coleman, executive director, National Cyber Security Alliance, discusses the steps individuals and businesses should take to protect their data.
Owen Donley of the Securities and Exchange Commission reveals investment schemes that use natural disasters to defraud consumers.
Matthew Smith of the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud discusses what is being done to combat insurance scams.
John Breyault of the National Consumers League talks about ways you can protect your phones and computers from fraudsters and hackers.
Owen Donley of the Securities and Exchange Commission reveals the latest high tech scams as well as how old scams have new packaging.
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.
Matt Schulz, senior analyst with creditcards.com, discusses the pros and cons of gas station credit cards.
Steve Pociask, American Consumer Institute, discusses the use of apps on your devices.
Elizabeth Casey, with Fox Corporation, discusses parental controls, why they are essential in protecting children from inappropriate TV programs, and how to use them.