Dana Fowle, FOX 5 Atlanta

Dana Fowle

FOX 5 Atlanta

Atlanta, GA, United States

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Past articles by Dana:

Student loan debt repayment likely restarting this summer

If you have student loan debt, prepare to begin to repay that starting this summer. → Read More

Anti-theft security patches available for Kia and Hyundai vehicles

Kia and Hyundai thefts have spiked so much that some insurers are refusing coverage of these vehicles. → Read More

Know a few key tax filing changes for this year

The tax filing season has begun, and every year a few changes are made that you should know. → Read More

Experts say homeowner's dream house is a construction mess

The owner of a high-end home building company is fending off bad reviews, a recent arrest, and lawsuits. → Read More

Wells Fargo fined $3.7 billion for illegal practices

More information is flowing regarding the Wells Fargo $3.7 billion settlement. → Read More

Holiday gift returns may cost you this year

Retailers take a huge hit when you send things back, and that’s starting to add up for them. → Read More

Holiday delivery notice scams surge

It’s no secret that we are all expecting a lot of holiday deliveries. We know about the porch pirates who take those gifts from the front door. But there are some thieves who use the simple knowledge that we are all about to get overwhelmed with packages to create some confusion. → Read More

Experian to pay out more than $22M over errors

Experian has agreed to pay $22.45 million for mistakenly claiming some consumers were high risk. → Read More

Weekend job fair to offer headshots, resumes, child care

It’s a one-stop shopping opportunity where jobseekers can get headshots, resume courses, and more. → Read More

Heating costs expected to spike

Winter heating costs are expected to be at a 15-year high. → Read More

Deadlines to know for student loan debt forgiveness

Federal student loan debt forgiveness has been announced. For some of you, debt forgiveness will happen automatically. For others, there are deadlines. One is more than year out. Another is in two months. And if you miss it, you’ve missed that opportunity. → Read More

Retirees headed back to work in large numbers

"The idea of the traditional retirement that my dad and my granddad had, where you just sit back and collect a pension and all is well, isn't a reality for a large majority of Americans anymore. A whole lot of older Americans are going back to work, and Georgia was one of the places that had the biggest increase," → Read More

Auto body owner arrested, accused of taking customers' money

Auto Innovations auto body shop sat prominently on Canton Road in Marietta for a long time, then it disappeared. Cobb County Police started getting deluged with complaints about missing vehicles. But the shop owner was in court this week for missing money. → Read More

Retailers scanning drivers licenses raises privacy issues

If you buy cigarettes, beer, and some over-the-counter drugs, retailers are charged with making sure you are of age to do so. They ask for your driver's license to verify your age then hand it back to you. Well, you are most likely going to see retailers take it a step further now — scanning your ID and possibly storing the information. → Read More

Beware the new cryptocurrency scam, FTC says

Here’s the puzzle: What does a QR code, an impersonator, and cryptocurrency get you? A new scam. → Read More

Closing old accounts is important in preventing identity theft

Think about all the accounts you have. There are probably too many to juggle regularly. Well, there is a downside to ignoring unused accounts. If you haven’t used an account for two years, security experts will tell you to close those accounts or re-activate them. → Read More

How to install emergency security patch on Apple products

If you own an Apple device, you need to update your devices with an emergency security fix. Here's how to do it. → Read More

Priced out of the housing market? Look again

The real estate market over the last year has been described as "scorching hot" and "on fire." But now that schools are back in, the new phrase is "cooling off." The US real estate market has been steadily climbing for years, but the pandemic created a rarely seen situation for home buyers. → Read More

Father loses thousands in a rental scam

Finding a house or an apartment to rent can put you in the crosshairs of a scam. → Read More

Wells Fargo closing personal lines of credit, impact credit of some customers

Wells Fargo management announced it will close all personal lines of credit. → Read More