Justice Department Takes Aim At Mean Commenters

Justice Department Takes Aim At Mean Commenters

Attention mean commenters: watch what you say or the Justice Department will hunt you down. Seriously! The U.S. Attorney in Nevada subpoenaed the Las Vegas Review-Journal to reveal the identities of two anonymous commenters whose statements could be read as mildly threatening to jurors involved in a tax case, if you’ve never read internet comments before.

http://consumerist.com/2009/03/17/aig-misses-their-400-pm/

“We had given AGI up to 4 o’clock today to provide the information on the latest round of bonuses that they paid out,” Cuomo told reporters. “Four o’clock has come and gone.”

AT&T Mobility Sues Over Auto Warranty Robocalls

AT&T Mobility Sues Over Auto Warranty Robocalls

You know those annoying robocalls on your mobile phone about renewing your car warranty? The companies behind the calls use spoofing to remain hidden, but AT&T Mobility just filed suit in federal court to track down the culprits, then hopefully make them stop. This is great news, because judging from the quotes given to RCR Wireless, the FTC and FCC both don’t seem too concerned about the matter.

VISA Won't Replace Dusty PS3 After All

VISA Won't Replace Dusty PS3 After All

Remember that guy with the PS3 Sony said was too dusty to repair? The saga continues.

It Takes Two Subpoenas And A Contempt Threat To Get A Response From WaMu

It Takes Two Subpoenas And A Contempt Threat To Get A Response From WaMu

Washington Mutual will give you a copy of the check that you’ve been requesting for a year, but first you will need to subpoena them twice and attempt to have them held in contempt of court. That’s what one reader experienced when her employer, a law firm, needed a document from the megabank. As she puts it: “If a law firm with the power of a subpoena behind them can’t get WaMu to cough up a document in a timely manner without a massive amount of headache, I’d hate to see what the average consumer has to deal with.”

http://consumerist.com/2007/11/15/carey-will-be-on-the/

Carey will be on the FOX Business Network, discussing our reader’s fabled dusty PS3, this Friday morning at 7:45 AM.

Is This Playstation 3 Too Dusty To Be Repaired Under Warranty?

Is This Playstation 3 Too Dusty To Be Repaired Under Warranty?

We now have pictures of the Playstation 3 that Sony refused to repair under warranty because the unit was too dusty.

http://consumerist.com/2007/11/14/fox-business-network-picks-up/

FOX Business Network picks up our Sony PS3 “excessive dust voids your warranty” story [FOX Business Network]

Sony CSR: What? No! Dust Doesn't Void Your PS3 Warranty!

Sony CSR: What? No! Dust Doesn't Void Your PS3 Warranty!

A Sony CSR admitted to reader Ive that dust should not void a Playstation 3’s warranty. Transcript and audio, after the jump.

Dust Voids PS3 Warranty

Dust Voids PS3 Warranty

“I just got off the phone With PS3 customer support who kindly informed me that my PS3 is “too dusty” to be replaced under warranty. But won’t provide pictures unless they are subpoenaed.”