Diane Wilson, ABC11 EyewitnessNews

Diane Wilson

ABC11 EyewitnessNews

Fayetteville, NC, United States

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How to save money on prescriptions using discount drug cards

While there are many discount drug cards out there, not all are created equal. Here's what you need to know about cards that can save you big and how to research the best option for you → Read More

Top phone features, apps to keep your students safe while they're out of the house

Students are headed back to school and there are some new apps and features on phones that can help keep them, or anyone else, safe. → Read More

Cheap airfare 'deals' costing some travelers hundreds of dollars

Trying to find a last minute deal on a flight is costing some travelers hundreds of dollars. The Better Business Bureau is tracking several reports of fake travel sites that look very legit. The sites offer cheap flights to several popular destinations. → Read More

'Felt like I was robbed:' Raleigh contractor owed $7,000 says he got refund runaround

Most businesses require a receipt if you want to a return or a refund, but one Raleigh contractor says he had all the right paperwork and still got what he calls a runaround. → Read More

RetailMeNot will pay you $5,000 to go shopping, test coupon codes

If shopping is your passion, this is an opportunity to get paid to do what you love. → Read More

Insurance company lowballs Raleigh family after car crashes into home until Troubleshooter steps in

A fight with an insurance company left a Raleigh couple with damages to their home for more than a year and a half. → Read More

Identity theft protection services may not be worth the money

Company data breaches are on the rise and so is the number of companies offering to keep your information safe. Not all coverage plans are created equal so it's important to know what you're buying before you sign up. → Read More

Unburied internet cable causes headache for Raleigh neighborhood

The problem started when a gas contractor accidentally cut Emily Drew's internet line. AT&T sent someone out to make a repair, but the line was never buried. → Read More

Worried about the Capital One data breach? Here's what to do

Millions of people were affected by the security breach at Capital One. The Troubleshooter has tips on what to do to protect your financial health. → Read More

Tricky new iPhone scam can fool even the most tech savvy

A new iPhone phishing scam is so good it is fooling even the most tech savvy consumers, and an executive from the Better Business Bureau almost fell for it. → Read More

Troubleshooter helps Raleigh man clear up fraudulent charges on his credit report

It happened to Terry Pettus and he says he never realized there were fraudulent charges on his credit until he tried to increase the limit on his credit card. → Read More

6 easy ways to raise your credit score

Having a good credit score typically means better rates on things like credit cards, mortgages, and other loans. If your score is not as high as you want it, there are some simple steps you can take to give it a boost. → Read More

Cancer-stricken Fort Bragg soldier gets encouragement from Trump

Sgt. 1st Class Richard Stayskal got to meet the president and share his fight to change the Feres Doctrine, which currently prevents active duty military for suing for medical malpractice. → Read More

Some Nissan Rogue drivers say cars brake for no reason

New cars are now equipped with the latest technology that's supposed to help you on the roadways and prevent crashes, but a Zebulon woman says it's that new technology that's putting her at risk. → Read More

Some Nissan Rogue drivers say cars brake for no reason

New cars are now equipped with the latest technology that's supposed to help you on the roadways and prevent crashes, but a Zebulon woman says it's that new technology that's putting her at risk. → Read More

Lending someone your car could put you at financial risk

Letting a friend or family member borrow your car may be a nice thing to do, but it could also put you and your finances at risk. Insurance typically stays with the car, not the driver. → Read More

Scam alert: Fake calls from the Social Security Administration

In May, over 46,000 complaints from people who were contacted by someone falsely claiming to be from the Social Security Administration. → Read More

Bill named after Fort Bragg soldier with cancer passes House

There was a victory on Capitol Hill for Fort Bragg soldier Sgt. 1st Class Richard Stayskal who is fighting for a change that would give active duty military the right to sue for medical malpractice. → Read More

Amazon Prime paying customers to pass on 2-day shipping

Have you ever waited too long for your two-day shipping from Amazon Prime? → Read More

Honda owners express concerns after paint peels off their new cars

Buying a new car is a big investment, and having the paint peel off just months after buying it is what Buckly Underwood is dealing with when it comes to his 2018 Honda Accord. → Read More