Sony Offers Free Id Theft Protection

idtheftSony Offers Free ID Theft Protection to PlayStation Account Holders

What happened: Detailed information of about 77 million people has been stolen from Sony. Consumer groups are calling this one of the largest—and most serious—data security thefts in history. 


If you have a Sony Playstation Account, consumer groups strongly recommend that you immediately sign up for the free ID Theft protection. Read this article for more details.



Worried About the Playstation Hack?

sonyplaystationAre you worried about the Playstation Hack?  Listen to this Podcast.





Trying to save on gas? Try these tips.

As gas prices creep towards $4 a gallon, are you looking for ways to save at the gas pump? Here are some tips that may help you get better gas mileage.

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Thinking Abut Donating to Disaster Victims?

disaster-floodingThinking about donating to disaster victims?

When disasters such as floods, fires, earthquakes, tornadoes, and hurricanes strike, many people want to help the victims. While there are many legitimate relief organizations that will ask for donations to help the victims, there will also be many scammers who will try to take advantage of the disaster.

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Impacts of the CARD Act

credit-card-checkupNew credit card survey reflects the impact of the CARD Act

The new survey from Consumer Action shows that rates and some fees are up. It also provides details on the CARD Act changes.


New Year's Biggest Privacy Risks

online-cautionThe New Year's Biggest Privacy Risks

Use these tips to protect your privacy from behavorial targeting, Smartphones, eBook Readers, and additional technologies.

Top Vehicle Safety Picks of 2011

366 vehicles are winners of 2011 TOP SAFETY PICK award

This award from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety recognizes vehicles that do the best job protecting people in front, side, rollover, and rear crashes based on the Institute's tests.

Time is running out for some tax credits for Energy Efficiency Home Improvements.

Tax credits that expire on December 31st include HVAC, roofing, insulation, windows, doors, and skylights.

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