New BBB Study Warns Of Moving Scams: 'Consumers Need To Do Their Homework'The BBB says it gets about 13,000 complaints each year about moving companies.
New Health, Safety Training For Texas Restaurants Aimed At Boosting Consumer Confidence During Pandemic"The only way to save the industry is to get consumers back to restaurants," said Dr. Emily Knight, the CEO of the Texas Restaurant Association.
Hundreds of Dallas County Eviction Proceedings Resume After COVID-19 MoratoriumUnder a Dallas County moratorium, eviction hearings were suspended until June 15 due to the pandemic.
Security Experts Warn Of Elevated Threat Of Medical ID Theft During Coronavirus PandemicWhen it comes to privacy protection, not all providers are created equal.
Hit With Added Safety Costs During Pandemic, Some Businesses Charging Clients MoreNail salons, dental offices and auto mechanics are starting to add surcharges, covering everything from cleaning expenses to personal protective equipment.
Let The Borrower Beware: Texas Payday Loans Carry Average 600% Interest RateConsumer advocates argue these loans seem even more appealing to vulnerable customers in light of the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Keeping Cell Phone Data Charges Under Control Not Impossible During PandemicDue to social distancing and remote working, people may be using their smartphones more frequently to keep in touch.
Some North Texas Businesses Hurt By Coronavirus Raising Prices, Adding FeesReeling from the financial losses of the pandemic, some restaurants, salons and dental offices have started including a COVID-19 surcharge.
Don't Get Burned: Read Fine Print Before Enrolling In Payment Assistance ProgramsContrary to the name, a "payment extension" does not extend a payment due date for TXU customers.
North Texans Impacted Financially By Coronavirus Pandemic Fear Higher Property Taxes: 'When Is It Enough?'As elected leaders in Dallas weigh an 8% increase, taxpayers elsewhere are watching closely.
'This Was Like A Category 5 Hurricane': Dallas Rental, Mortgage Assistance Program Reaches Capacity In 36 HoursAs of 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, 13,151 residents had submitted applications. But in total, 24,686 people accessed the online survey.
Dallas Rental Assistance Applicants Met With Busy Signals, Technical GlitchesLakia Parker found the website down and the phone lines busy. But 90 minutes later, she was able to access the online application.
Texas Dental Offices Reopen With Safety Improvements During Coronavirus PandemicPatients will notice changes to their normal visits, because at their next appointment teeth won't be the only focus.
Some Rangers Fans Who Bought Tickets To Games Not Played Anxiously Await RefundsThe Texas Rangers would have played their 30th game of the season this week. But there are no games happening at Globe Life Field.
How Much Will Texas Renters Impacted By Coronavirus Pay In Late Fees? It's Up To LandlordsTexas state law stipulates no maximum limit on how much landlords can charge in late fees.