Drivers charged late fees on bills they never received – it’s a mistake that could show up in your mailbox. In this case we’re talking about tollway charges.
If gas prices go up, delivery companies charge you for the fuel. Okay. So if prices go down, you pay less, right? Wrong! You’re still paying the same amount and in some cases even more.
You may be guilty of not reading every line on a bill or all that small print before signing-up for a credit card or bank account. So-called “hidden fees” cost the average consumer hundreds of dollars every year.
AT&T will pay a hefty $105 million to settle government charges that the company unlawfully billed wireless customers for tens of millions of dollars in bogus charges – a practice known as cramming.
The Supreme Court says public sector unions can’t collect fees from home health care workers who object to being affiliated with a union.
Youth sports organizations in Keller will start collecting a new $30 fee from non-residents by this fall.
American will charge up to $88 more per round trip for passengers who want a basic ticket that includes checking baggage or changing the reservation later on.
It’s official; the top toll violators in Texas will now be banned from North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA) roads.
Texas lawmakers are hearing testimony about the possibility of levying fees on tobacco firms that weren’t part of the state’s multibillion dollar 1998 settlement with major cigarette companies.
Last month, the North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA) posted an online list of the states top violators and while hundreds of people paid up the majority of scofflaws are still wanted.
Roger Clemens won’t be getting back the money he spent on his first perjury trial, the one that ended in a mistrial.
Drivers who use North Texas toll roads but ignore their bills are getting a break of sorts starting Thursday. A bill passed by the Texas Legislature has revised the North Texas Tollway Authority’s (NTTA) toll collection process.