A North Texas family says they have a warning for anyone who's buying a home from a builder. Just days before closing on their forever home, their builder backed out. Turns out the builder's contract they were required to sign left them with virtually no protection.
FOX 4 has an update to a story we have been following for the last year about faulty Samsung fridges. The company has settled nearly $10 million in disputes with dissatisfied customers. So how does Samsung continue to rank so high when it comes to customer satisfaction?
Consumer Reporter Steve Noviello first told you about failing fridges from Samsung last year. Now, a federal consumer safety group seems to be stepping up.
A Hurst man says he spent $10,000 on a truck, and he's got the clean title to prove it. But a Fort Worth judge has ruled the vehicle removed from his possession. Steve Noviello is On Your Side with a long and winding road.
Yvonne Costales thought she might have met her mate online. The scammer said his name was Robert. His profile pictured rugged good looks and what seemed like a heart of gold, even posing in one photo at a charity bike ride for breast cancer. Costales says the final red flag was the day Robert explained he had been in an accident and needed the two to exchange money. That small voice in the back of her mind grew louder and made her wonder if any of this online courtship was for real.
No insurance. No permits. One Little Elm homeowner says she had no idea what she was getting into. Her experience just might make or break your next home project.
As folks resume summer travel, many people are looking for a sitter for their pets. But Consumer Reporter Steve Noviello says some users of the popular Rover app are warning others to beware.
Samsung is facing fallout from more than 50,000 members of an online forum. Many of them say they bought a faulty fridge and want it recalled.
According to the National Retail Federation, for every $100 of returned merchandise accepted at a store, retailers lose almost $6 to return fraud. It’s a lesson a Lake Highlands woman learned the hard way twice.
Doctors once thought her son may not live past the age of 6. Now, he’s a teenager. A mom and her son are now helping others facing incredible odds.
One North Texas cancer survivor barely done with her own treatment turned the obstacle of COVID closures into an opportunity. Now, her foundation is ready to pay it forward to other patients who need support.
If you didn't receive all or any part of your stimulus payments, now is the time to take action. New fine print to figure out this tax season that for millions of Americans will mean finally getting their stimulus payments.
With prices for the precious metal soaring to near record highs, that old chain or single earring collecting dust in your jewelry box is worth more than ever
We're celebrating another Free Money Monday here on FOX 4. Today could be your lucky day!
Consumer reporter Steve Noviello is wrapping up the month-long Free Money Monday series with his biggest payout yet -- $71, 590 for a North Texas-based educational organization.
The coronavirus pandemic has been devastating for restaurants, especially those that are family-owned like Luna's Tortilla Factory in Dallas. But $22,282.80 on Free Money Monday should help. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello explains where the money comes from and how you can find your own missing cash.
The Texas Workforce Commission has applied for a new federal unemployment benefit that means an extra $300 a week if you qualify. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello breaks it down for you.
FOX 4's month-long Free Money Monday series continues as consumer reporter Steve Noviello helps two North Texas charities find thousands of dollars that are rightfully theirs. You could find free money for yourself, your business or your charity too.
There are billions of dollars in unclaimed cash and property waiting for Texans to claim it. No one is assigned to find the owners so consumer reporter Steve Noviello took on the task. He was able to reconnect the Mermaid Sealon with money the owner didn't know she had.
Think all of this shopping from home during the coronavirus pandemic has turned you into an Amazon expert? Turns out you may be leaving money on the table.