Nessel Issues Consumer Alert On Protecting Private Health Data Following The Roe V. Wade DecisionAttorney General Dana Nessel issued a new consumer alert with measures residents can take now to protect the personal information that companies get when people sign up for certain services, like phone applications that track fertility and menstrual cycles.
Michigan AG Nessel Warns Of Most Popular ScamsWith tax season ongoing, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel's offoce released a consumer alert about the most popular scams.
Michigan AG ReIssues Consumer Alert After Federal Trade Commission Warns Of Fake IRS EmailsA consumer alert has been reissued by Michigan Attorney Dana Nessel after the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) released a notice late last month about fake IRS emails.
AG Nessel Reissues Consumer Alerts Amid Flooding, Power Outages In MichiganFollowing the most recent storms, Attorney General Dana Nessel reissued consumer alerts to help Michigan residents be aware of scams surrounding storm damage repair.
AG Nessel Warns Of Disaster Scams After Storms Rage Across MichiganAttorney General Dana Nessel is reminding Michiganders to watch out for disaster scams after the latest round of storms swept through the state, leaving thousands without power.
AG Nessel Reissues Alert On Scam Calls Claiming To Be From Health DepartmentAttorney General Dana Nessel reissued her consumer alert warning Michiganders to be aware of scam calls claiming to be from state and local health departments.
AG Nessel Warns Michiganders Of Amazon Scam CallsMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel reissued a consumer alert on robocalls after individuals have reported receiving calls impersonating Amazon customer service.
AG Nessel Issues Consumer Alert On Over-The-Counter Hearing AidsMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel issued a consumer alert to urge consumers to be aware of misleading sales tactics being used to sell over-the-counter hearing aids, especially online or by mail.
Drop Shipping: What You Need To Know Before You Buy Or Sell OnlineThat’s the message Attorney General Dana Nessel and the Better Business Bureaus of Southeastern and Western Michigan are saying today in a consumer alert issued ahead of the holiday season advising Michiganders of a common rip-off tactic called drop-shipping.
Consumer Alert: Watch The Bottom Line When Looking To Trim DownMichigan's attorney general says people looking to make 2015 a healthier year should make educated choices about health club and fitness center memberships.