Consumer Advocate launches Springs radio show

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The Consumer Advocate Inc. has launched a radio show in Colorado Springs.

The show will air weekdays from 10 to 11a.m. on KCSF 1300 AM, The Sports Animal.

Laurie White, host of the radio show, said the purpose of the show is to address consumer concerns, answer consumer questions and discuss local, state and national consumer issues with experts.

“Our purpose is … to provide a sounding board for the average consumer who oftentimes feels like they have no voice,” said Michael Satterfield, Consumer Advocate’s president and chief investigator.  “We fight for the rights of the consumer.”

The show aims to research both sides of consumer complaints, provide mediation and resolution in disputed cases and investigate and promote new and small businesses.

Companies cannot buy endorsements, but must undergo a stringent evaluation, Satterfield  said.

For more information, or to view a list of locally owned businesses and their consumer ratings, visit

One Response to Consumer Advocate launches Springs radio show

  1. I recieved a bill last month from AT&T for a wireless phone dated back to march 2006 for $164.00 This was when the merger between cingular and at&t began .I was with cinglar before my bills from cingluar was transfered to at&t my account with cingular was closed and payed ! I am being double billed for this
    I have continuoius service with AT&T since 2006 and my bills are current with them without any problems ! After a call from colection agency I contacted AT&T about ,and after over 6 different contacts I reached a person that sent me a itemized list ,brakedown of the bill from march 2006 It read $103.00 monthly charges $39.00 re-conection fee and other charges . I believe this is frude ! any charges on my service in 2006 was payed to them in 2006 ! I cant understand why a bill from 2006 would be sent to me 4yrs later when I have had continuois service with them since thet time . I wonder how many other people are having the same problem with cingular and at&t from thier merger or buy-out ! who do I contact
    for help about this

    rod colbert
    March 3, 2011 at 11:34 am