“I think consumers need someone to listen to them and I find taking on that role to be very gratifying.” Mark has written about consumer issues for ConsumerAffairs.com since 2004. Previously, he was a news correspondent for the Associated Press Radio Network, Westwood One Radio Networks and Marketwatch.com.
Huffman also produces video segments for ConsumerAffairs.com and, in 2006, produced a 20-minute DVD, “Senior Scam Alert,” a training tool to help seniors avoid scams.
He received a B.A. degree from the University of Kentucky. He and his family live in a historic rowhouse in Richmond, VA, and have a weekend home on Chesapeake Bay.
Xadago shown to be effective in filling the gaps in other medications
Lack of homes putting upward pressure on prices
The company says it may go under unless it finds a way to compete with other retailers
J.D. Power reports sales and price plunged last month
Rule covers direct flights to the U.S. from 10 airports in the Middle East and North Africa
Unfortunately, they don't seem to be saving any more than last year
The Department of Energy offers tips for saving energy and lowering costs
New program will go into effect during the summer
Zillow and LinkedIn try to identify the sweet spots
Estimated traffic is up 4% this spring
Labor Department says thousands of employees were paid less than mimimum wage
Here are the telltale signs that the email is bogus
A new generation will get a taste of the pioneering rock artist
Working as a financial advisor tops the list
Declining inventory and rising rates are having an effect
Women live longer, have more expensive health care costs, but draw smaller Social Security checks
Better communication and adoption of technology may be the keys
CreditCards.com picks three that it says are the best of 2017
Website focusing on entry-level jobs says opportunities have increased
You might think you're talking to a human, but you're not