Gift card scams have become more common, especially as of late.
Department of Consumer and Worker Protection (DCWP) Commissioner Vilda Vera Mayuga and Fire Commissioner Laura Kavanagh today reminded retailers.
Since May is Mental Health Awareness Month, CVS Health has chosen this time to help customers consider their mental health and the treatments and resources that are available to them.
New York Attorney General Letitia James today released a guide to help businesses adopt effective data security measures to better protect New Yorkers’ personal information.
Ever wonder what big box retailers like Target, Amazon, and Walmart do with their unsold products?
With this year’s tax season underway, New York Attorney General Letitia James today provided taxpayers with tips to help avoid fraudulent tax schemes.
New York Attorney General Letitia James today proposed rules to protect consumers and small businesses from corporate profiteering.
In December J.D. Power issued a report that found bank customer satisfaction had practically fallen off a cliff. In particular, younger bank customers were the least satisfied.
Last fall, when inflation was rising at a rate of 8.5%, consumers were feeling the pain.
New York Attorney General Letitia James today secured $300,000 from a cookware company, Hy Cite Enterprises, LLC (Hy Cite), for failing to clearly disclose their refund policies in their contracts with thousands of consumers in predominantly Spanish-speaking communities throughout the state.
New York’s utility customers footed a nearly $19 million bill for their utility companies’ expenses in pushing the latest round of rate hikes – on those very same customers.
New York Attorney General Letitia James today took action to crack down on rampant robocalls and protect consumers nationwide.
New York Attorney General Letitia James today announced that her office recovered more than $122,000 for more than 690 consumers in New York City who paid for expedited COVID-19 tests but received their results later than the promised 24-hour timeframe.
Attorney General James along with 45 attorneys general today recovered $1.25 million from Carnival Cruise Line (Carnival) for compromising the personal information of thousands of employees and consumers because of poor internal security practices.
To help shield people from having too much of their personal information online, Google is going to allow the public to request that the tech giant remove certain pieces of personal information from its search results.