As reported by the Wall Street Journal today, a number of automobile dealerships throughout the United States are now extending financing to consumers with no established credit history or poor credit, where consumers are required as a condition to financing, to have a “disabler” installed in their newly purchased vehicle.
Privacy Matters: Involuntary Membership Sign-up, Monthly Fees, and Failure to Provide Refunds --- Consumer Class Action
A Company called Privacy Matters, a purported online service provider of free credit reports, is signing up individuals for their service without their explicit consent or permission.
The number of infected people continues to climb in the wake of the recall of Salmonella-tainted peanut products originating from Peanut Corp. of America (PCA). The reported cases of salmonella associated with the recall has reached 683 and spans from coast-to-coast accounting for almost every state and even Canada. It is troubling that the number continues to increase because the indication is that there are still products in circulation. Therefore, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) is warning the public to continue paying close attention to peanut products within their homes that may be subject to the recall.