Sloan Schrage

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Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage, KSL TV

New federal data shows favorite methods of scammers targeting Utahns

Over 26,200 Utahns reported getting hit by fraud to the Federal Trade Commission last year. And one out of five of those Utahns lost money to imposters.
24 days ago
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Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage, KSL TV

Thousands of cars equipped with faulty airbags on Utah roads as automakers issues ‘Do Not Drive’ warnings

Auto manufacturers have recalled over millions of Takata airbags because of their potential to explode and shoot out sharp metal fragments. And there are still thousands of those in cars across Utah.
1 month ago
Danielle Addicott showing KSL's Matt Gephardt the fraud charges that were on her Wells Fargo accoun...
Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage, KSL TV

Get Gephardt helps Utah woman who says her bank refused to refund stolen money

A Park City woman says thousands of dollars were stolen from her bank account, but the bank refused to cover her loss. She decided to Get Gephardt.
1 month ago
James Oborn shows KSL’s Matt Gephardt one side of a signpost saying there is no street parking at...
Matt Gephardt & Sloan Schrage

Get Gephardt helps Utahn who says confusing signs led to towing woes

If you park in violation of a community’s rules, you’d expect to be towed. But what does Utah law say about parking enforcement signs that are confusing?
2 months ago
The KSL Investigators purchased four supermarket containers of strawberries, spinach and grapes to ...
Matt Gephardt & Sloan Schrage

Food for thought: Do storage containers keep your fruits and veggies fresh longer?

Many manufacturers claim their food storage containers will keep fruits and vegetables fresh longer. The KSL Investigators tested just how well those bins live up to their hype.
2 months ago
(FILE) A man working on a car with the hood lifted up....
Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage, KSL TV

What you should know about extended car warranties and how to fight denials

One after another, the KSL Investigators heard from Utahns who paid monthly for an extended auto warranty but have not had a smooth ride in their repairs covered.
2 months ago
The Black Magic Asphalt logo on documents that were exchanged with El Cholo’s Manuel Jacquez....
Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage, KSL TV

Get Gephardt helps man who says contractor turned his payment guarantee into a double payment

The El Cholo Restaurant hired a crew to reseal their parking lot, costing $4,600. Despite promises of a refund, the credit card charge remained, and interest accrued. Here's how the KSL Investigators resolved the issue.
2 months ago
Matt Gephardt looking over the CarShield documents for Scott Dumas....
Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage, KSL TV

West Haven man says extended auto warranty refuses to cover costly engine repair

Many drivers buy an extended auto warranty to help keep their car on the road, but when the extended warranty a West Haven man bought refused to cover replacing an engine, he decided to Get Gephardt.
3 months ago
Dave Donegan showing Matt Gephardt the items that were broken in his move....
Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage, KSL TV

How liable is a moving company if your stuff gets damaged?

Dave Donegan’s home was just about to go into renovation, so he hired a moving and storage company to hold onto his household goods while work was underway.
3 months ago
Matt Gephardt working with Bona Rose on the CarChex documents....
Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage, KSL TV

Get Gephardt: West Valley woman says her extended car warranty claim was denied unfairly

Many drivers buy an extended auto warranty to cover unexpected repair bills. But when a West Valley City woman turned to her warranty provider for major help on her car's transmission, they turned her down - repeatedly.
4 months ago
A person scanning a recently generated QR code....
Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage, KSL TV

How to protect yourself from fake QR codes scammers use to steal money and info

Here's what you need to know about QR codes and protecting yourself from scammers.
4 months ago
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Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage

Thieves fraudulently billing Medicare for catheters on behalf of Utahns

Medicare paid out thousands of dollars for a medical device on behalf of a Utahn that never ordered it, let alone received it.
4 months ago
FILE: Credit and deposit cards on a computer keyboard. Electronic commerce, business. Online shoppi...
Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage

Utah family says their bank refuses to reimburse fraudulent charges

A Taylorsville family says a hacker drained thousands of dollars out of their bank accounts and left them overdrawn by tens of thousands more. They thought federal banking rules protected them, but they say their bank has refused to reimburse them for those losses.
5 months ago
FILE - A line of unsold 2018 Cooper Clubmen sit in a long row at a Mini dealership, March 30, 2018,...
Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage, KSL TV

More people are leasing new cars but does it make sense for you?

Sticker shock is nearly universal for anyone looking for a new car and that has many drivers considering leasing their next car. But is it the right option for you?
5 months ago
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Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage, KSL TV

How a little-known insurance report can save homebuyers thousands

You've heard the phrase, “If these walls could talk.” Boy, wouldn't it be nice if it was that easy when you're buying a home that its walls could tell you what they’ve been through?
6 months ago
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Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage, KSL TV

Ogden man says his bank refused to stop a wire transfer scam

An Ogden man says getting his bank to help prevent a fraud scam that was actively happening in front of them was harder than expected.
6 months ago
Matt Gephardt reviewing the letter sent to Robert Bohman. (KSL TV)...
Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage, KSL TV

Get Gephardt helps man stuck with an out-of-network bill for a test his insurance pre-authorized

After a Morgan man went for a medical test pre-authorized by his insurance, he was surprised with an out-of-network bill he thought he was covered for. Get Gephardt helped him to sort everything out.
7 months ago
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Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage

Thieves using AI generated images in romance scams, how you can spot the fake people

Artificial intelligence has made looking for love online even more complicated. Crooks are using AI tools to create fake people to steal money and personal info from real people using dating apps and social media.
8 months ago
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Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage

Rent prices drop along Wasatch Front, but for how long?

After more than a decade of increases, rent prices along the Wasatch Front are dropping as Utah finally follows the national trend. But renters here shouldn’t expect it to last.
8 months ago
Russell Thomson showing how his door was installed wrong to KSL Investigators....
Matt Gephardt & Sloan Schrage

Get Gephardt helps Utah man who says he paid thousands for new doors that were installed wrong

When you're paying thousands of dollars for new doors to your home, you'd expect them to work right. But when the company refuses to fix the work, a Vernon man called Get Gephardt.
9 months ago
As Utahns know, snow days mean plenty of wrecks. But what even the most seasoned of Utah drivers mi...
Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage, KSL TV

Autumn, not winter, is Utah’s most accident-prone season

As Utahns know, snow days mean plenty of wrecks. But what even the most seasoned of Utah drivers might not know: it’s not the snow days about which they should be the most concerned.
9 months ago
What to do when a business shuts down abruptly but owes you money...
Matt Gephardt & Sloan Schrage

What to do when a business shuts down abruptly but owes you money

Jeanie Ortiz bought into a subscription plan for her treatments at Innovation Aesthetics. She says the clinic withdrew $139 directly from her bank account every month like clockwork. That was until the place abruptly shut down.
10 months ago
COVID tests sent over to Catherine Thompson without her asking for them....
Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage, KSL TV

Feds warn of evolving scam targeting Medicare users by sending unwanted COVID test kits

KSL Investigators have been hearing from Utahns that COVID-19 test kits are showing up in their mailboxes, out-of-the-blue.
10 months ago
The VacationBuilder sign saying they moved to remote offices....
Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage, KSL TV

Utah-based tour operator files for bankruptcy: what’s next for those owed money for cancelled tours?

A Utah-based travel company abruptly canceled overseas tours of many viewers without offering refunds. Now, that company has filed for bankruptcy protection. So, what happens next?
10 months ago

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