Two-year foreclosure nightmare finally ends

It was December, 2013: the City of Buffalo had foreclosed on the house a local couple had bought for their parents on Esser Avenue, and the property was sold at an In Rem auction, two months earlier, to cover a $440 bill for unpaid garbage user fees. The family was...

CyberSeniors

In this Of Consuming Interest interview Brenda Rusnak and Saffron Cassaday, developers of the documentary film “Cyber Seniors,” discuss how their project has helped seniors feel comfortable using the Internet and social networking sites.  ...

$70K hospital bill dispute resolved

A Hawaii woman’s trip to Las Vegas put her more than $70,000 in debt without her setting foot in casinos. She got sick while on vacation and then got stuck with a massive hospital bill, even though she has medical insurance. So she called our Honolulu partner...

Correcting a $5000 water bill

When one elderly Cleveland resident got a $5,000 water bill, her daughter started making calls to get the to the bottom of the huge jump. After several calls to the water department, she but was forced to Call For Action when the city threatened to turn off her...

Potholes but no paid claims

Our Colorado Springs partner, KKTV, provides an overview of the pothole situation in their area. Remember that all jurisdictions have slightly different rules when it comes to responsibility for damage claims. In most places the first person to report is not eligible...

Fixed: brand new RV with problems

Our Ft. Myers volunteers at WINK-TV spent months working with an RV dealer to address a long list of issues. Ads shown are chosen by content creator and not endorsed by Call For...