ConsumerAffairs

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    ConsumerAffairs is a consumer news and advocacy organization providing consumer news, recall information, and consumer reviews. The Company helps consumers research purchase decisions and resolve problems. Also, it assists brands engage with their customers, build a trusted reputation, and source high conversion leads.
    TypePrivate
    Founded1998
    HQTulsa, US
    Websiteconsumeraffairs.com
    Employee Ratings4

    Latest Updates

    Employees (est.) (Oct 2020)184(+2%)
    Cybersecurity ratingBMore

    Key People/Management at ConsumerAffairs

    Zac Carman

    Zac Carman

    CEO
    Jim Hood

    Jim Hood

    Founder and Editor
    Christopher Maynard

    Christopher Maynard

    News Manager & Editor
    Robbie Kaplan

    Robbie Kaplan

    Reporter and Editor
    Sarah Young

    Sarah Young

    Reporter and Editor
    JJ Virgin

    JJ Virgin

    Weight Loss Programs Contributing Editor
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    ConsumerAffairs Office Locations

    ConsumerAffairs has offices in Tulsa and Stateline
    Tulsa, US (HQ)
    601 S Boulder Ave
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    ConsumerAffairs Financials and Metrics

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    Founding Date

    1998
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    ConsumerAffairs Operating Metrics

    Mar, 2018

    Brands

    3 k

    Categories

    300

    Reviews

    1 m
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    ConsumerAffairs Cybersecurity Score

    Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

    B

    85/100

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    ConsumerAffairs Online and Social Media Presence

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    ConsumerAffairs News and Updates

    ConsumerAffairs Announces Sam Mischner as President and Chief Commercial Officer

    TULSA, Okla., Sept. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- ConsumerAffairs, an advocacy organization and online marketplace with more than 4 million monthly readers, announced today that Sam Mischner has been named President and Chief Commercial Officer (CCO). Previously, Mischner served as CCO at...

    ConsumerAffairs Blogs

    Lyft and Uber lose their driver classification appeal in California

    The rideshare companies still have a few chances to eek out a victory, though By Gary Guthrie of ConsumerAffairs October 23, 2020 Rideshare leaders Lyft and Uber must now classify their drivers as employees. A California Court of Appeals reaffirmed that decision on Thursday. The judges gaveled hom…

    Jakks Pacific recalls Morfboard Skate & Scoot Scooters

    The Y handlebar joint on the scooter can break By James Limbach of ConsumerAffairs October 23, 2020 Jakks Pacific of Santa Monica, Calif., is recalling about 162,300 MorfBoard Skate & Scoot Combo scooters with Y handlebars. The Y handlebar joint can break, posing a fall hazard. The company h…

    FTC reports surge in social media scams during the pandemic

    The number of complaints has tripled in the last 12 months By Mark Huffman of ConsumerAffairs October 23, 2020 The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) reports a large increase in the number of Americans falling victim to scams originating on social media. The FTC said the spike began almost as soon as …

    It’s been years since gas prices have been this stable

    The national average price has fluctuated just two cents in the last month By Mark Huffman of ConsumerAffairs October 23, 2020 Motorists are still driving less during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, so demand for gasoline continues to fall. That means theres little to push up prices at the pu…

    CDC changes the definition of ‘close contact’ with the coronavirus

    The change could increase the number of people who will be asked to quarantine By Mark Huffman of ConsumerAffairs October 23, 2020 The coronavirus (COVID-19) is so new that health experts continue to learn about it and redefine measures for people to take to protect themselves. In the latest revi…

    Cannabis could have short-term benefits for OCD symptoms, study finds

    Experts have highlighted another way that cannabis can benefit consumers well-being By Kristen Dalli of ConsumerAffairs October 22, 2020 A new study conducted by researchers from Washington State University has found that cannabis can be an effective way for consumers struggling with obsessive comp…
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    ConsumerAffairs Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was ConsumerAffairs founded?

      ConsumerAffairs was founded in 1998.

    • Who are ConsumerAffairs key executives?

      ConsumerAffairs's key executives are Zac Carman, Jim Hood and Christopher Maynard.

    • How many employees does ConsumerAffairs have?

      ConsumerAffairs has 184 employees.

    • Who are ConsumerAffairs competitors?

      Competitors of ConsumerAffairs include Software Advice, Capterra and Porter Novelli.

    • Where is ConsumerAffairs headquarters?

      ConsumerAffairs headquarters is located at 601 S Boulder Ave, Tulsa.

    • Where are ConsumerAffairs offices?

      ConsumerAffairs has offices in Tulsa and Stateline.

    • How many offices does ConsumerAffairs have?

      ConsumerAffairs has 2 offices.