Jim Quiggle with the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud describes how crooks are using the new Medicare cards to defraud consumers.
Consumer advocate Charlie Leocha of Travelers United discusses the many hidden fees you are likely to pay when making travel arrangements.
Marc Scribner of the Competitive Enterprise Institute discusses how automated vehicles will reduce the number of injuries and property damage caused by accidents.
Patrick Webre of the Federal Communications Commission discusses the agency’s initiatives to stop illegal robocalls.
Pete Sepp, a member of the Coalition for Contact Lens Consumer Choice, discusses proposed changes to the rules that give consumers the ability to shop around for eyewear.
Ted Frank, Competitive Enterprise Institute Center for Class Action Fairness, discusses how class action lawsuits sometimes benefit only the lawyers bringing the suit.
Kyle Burgess of Consumers’ Research discusses how counterfeit products and drugs endanger the lives of millions of consumers.
Janet Bodnar, former editor of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine, discusses the pros and cons of retirement.
Stacey Gray of the Future of Privacy Forum discusses the privacy and safety implications of the so-called “internet of things.”
Jill Gonzalez of WalletHub.com discusses which credit cards are best to use for international travel.
Matt Schulz, senior analyst with creditcards.com, discusses the pros and cons of gas station credit cards.
The Federal Trade Commission’s Nat Wood discusses actions taken by the agency to combat robo calls, grandparent scams, identity theft and a host of other frauds targeting consumers.
Michael Cannon of the Cato Institute talks about restrictions on discussing legal uses of drugs for off-label purposes.
Jim Quiggle with the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud discusses medical identity theft and other trends in insurance fraud.