The Better Business Bureau said users think that a friend tagged them in a photo, but it turns out to be a phishing con.
The recall said people who are allergic to peanuts could have a severe reaction if they eat the product.
Stores like Target, the Limited and Old Navy, just to name a few, are also offering great deals to compete.
Customers in cow attire can get any breakfast, lunch or dinner entree for free.
Hoverboards in question were sold nationwide from June 2015 to May 2016 for between $350 and $900.
Many people have been getting those new chip cards, but they can’t yet be used everywhere the way they were intended.
Now state lawmakers have introduced a new bill that would require mandatory testing at those sites.
Most home burglaries take place in the summer, often while people are away on vacation.
The recall is being issued as part of a larger sunflower kernel supplier’s national recall.
Are dealerships and used car lots selling used cars with dangerous recalls? And if they are, how would you know?