When you cancel cable service, you need to make sure that the service is actually canceled or you could get charged even though you are not using the service.
Mary-Alyce Lubiszewski was thrown for a loop when she received her bill after a recent dental appointment.
When Gloria Renterich and Gerald Tatton bought new furniture they expected it to last a lifetime. However, that is not what happened.
When a retired Macomb couple bought high end appliances they didn't expect to have any problems.
Gail Hiller wanted to honor her late mother by adding a memorial garden. But almost a year after the landscaping project was finished, a few of the plants under warranty died.
Wendi Zabramski bought a new laptop for Christmas last year. But by summer, it started needing repair work or new parts.
A dead tree on Detroit city property plagued a grandmother for years. When she couldn’t get the city’s attention, she decided to ask the Call For Action team to help.
Imagine if three of your family members were suffering from a disease with no cure. What would you do?
A Mt. Clemens woman just wanted a simple camera phone. But after several months of receiving models she did not order, she e-mailed the Call For Action team.
Mary Hochkins wanted a 40-50 foot tree that was in front of her house in Inkster, on city property cut down.
Perry Weston was extremely disappointed to learn he wasn't going to get more than $500.00 back in deposits after four years of trying. So, he reached out to our volunteers for help.
A retired Roseville Couple waited over a year to get a medical bill payment reimbursed. However, after one call to our Call For Action team, their situation was taken care of quickly.
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