New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs
Travel agency Mariden USA, based in Alexandria, Va., went out of business without notice just two weeks before the students were set to travel to France.
Four hotel operators, three gas stations and a hardware store will pay more than $280,000 in settlements, officials from the Division of Consumer Affairs said. More than $10,500 will be used to reimburse 185 consumers who were affected by the hikes.
Stephen Finley is out of prison and was banned from working as a funeral director. But he’d recently gotten a job at Rosemount Memorial Park in Elizabeth at the crematory, the Newark Star-Ledger discovered.
If you use social media to stay in touch with your grandchildren, beware – crooks could be watching you watch them.
It’s prom season and many high school girls in New Jersey are in a panic after claiming to have never received the dream dresses they ordered from the Red Carpet Prom dress shop in Wayne.
Officials say some businesses promise same day refunds when you file your taxes, find out why you may get more money if you wait.