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The plastic wings can detach from the body of the teether By James Limbach of ConsumerAffairs April 19, 2021 Battat is recalling about 61,000 B. toys Firefly Frank infant teethers sold in the U.S. and Canada. The plastic wings can detach from the body of the teether, posing a choking hazard to young children. The firm has received 14 reports of the wings detaching or pieces of the wing breaking off, including one report of a child choking on a broken piece of the wing. This recall involves […]
The products may contain milk, eggs, wheat and soy, allergens not declared on the label By James Limbach of ConsumerAffairs April 19, 2021 Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals of Norcross, Ga., is recalling all lots of APS Nutrition Isomorph 28 flavors, iForce Nutrition Mass Gainz Brown Sugar Maple Oatmeal Cookie. The products may contain milk, eggs, wheat and soy, allergens not declared on the label. No illnesses have been reported to date. A list of the recalled products, sold throughout the U.S. […]
The tire and loading information label contains incorrect information By James Limbach of ConsumerAffairs April 19, 2021 Winnebago Towable is recalling 60 model year 2020 Minnies. The tire and loading information label contains the incorrect tire size. The vehicle operator may install a replacement tire that is too large to fit properly on the vehicle, increasing the risk of a crash. What to do Winnebago will notify owners, and supply a corrected label and instructions on how to apply the […]
The headlight bulb may be too bright By James Limbach of ConsumerAffairs April 19, 2021 BEAMTECH is recalling 26,199 BEAMTECH CO18-73964, CO18-711886, CO18-76373, CO18-71778, CO18-73065, CO18-74931, CO18-77879, and CO18-71212 headlight LED bulbs sizes 9004, 9005, 9006, 9007, and 9012. The bulb can create excessive glare or brightness, which can reduce the vision of oncoming drivers, increasing the risk of a crash. What to do BEAMTECH will notify owners, and distributors and will provide a […]
The bulbs can create excessive glare or brightness By James Limbach of ConsumerAffairs April 8, 2021 Guangzhou Cougar Trading is recalling 23,238 Cougar Motor CCD19-6215, CCD19-6322, CCD19-6888, CCD19-6254, CCD19-6398, CCD19-6126, CCD19-6777, and CCD19-6881 headlight LED bulbs sizes 9004, 9005, 9006, 9007, 9012. The bulbs can create excessive glare or brightness to oncoming drivers. Excessive glare or brightness can reduce other drivers' vision, increasing the risk of a crash. What to do […]
Scammers promise a job, but they only want your money and personal information By Sarah D. Young of ConsumerAffairs April 13, 2021 On the heels of a year in which many consumers lost their job, the Federal Trade Commission is warning consumers not to fall for job scams as they try to get back on their feet. The agency is warning that scammers are actively posting advertisements online or in print for a variety of jobs, including work-at-home jobs. Some of them might even look legitimate. They […]
Beware of prospective tutors who offer to do the work for you By Mark Huffman of ConsumerAffairs April 6, 2021 In the competition to earn the best grades, some students cross the line when it comes to seeking help with their homework. When they do, the Better Business Bureau (BBB) warns that they risk becoming victims of extortion scams. Its a time-honored tradition that students who are behind seek the help of a tutor. But in the internet age, scammers have begun to advertise services that […]
Scammers impersonating IRS officials are targeting people with .edu email addresses By Christopher Maynard of ConsumerAffairs April 6, 2021 College students, professors, and staff members are being warned to look out for scammers impersonating Internal Revenue Service officials. The Federal Trade Commission reports that malicious actors are sending phishing messages to consumers with .edu email addresses in an attempt to collect sensitive personal and financial information. The scheme starts […]
Tip-offs include altered ads and a request for a deposit before a lease is signed By Gary Guthrie of ConsumerAffairs March 24, 2021 Spring means warmer weather. Warmer weather means vacations. Vacations mean rentals. And rentals mean scams? Consumers looking to take a trip following a year of the pandemic cant let the excitement of being out of COVID-19s reach get ahead of their need to be vigilant about vacation rental scams. If youre already searching for vacation rentals online, its likely […]
Consumers have reported receiving very realistic sounding calls from people claiming to work for Amazon By Sarah D. Young of ConsumerAffairs March 31, 2021 A new Amazon scam appears to be making the rounds. It involves bad actors who attempt to siphon personal information out of consumers by telling them that they need to confirm a recent purchase. Amazon customers across the country have reported receiving calls from people who claim to work for Amazon and are asking for confirmation of a […]