Archive for October, 2007

Oklahomans Not Protected Against Sick Puppies Bought Online (KOTV 6 Tulsa)

Thursday, October 25th, 2007
Wednesday night The News On 6 brought you the first part of our investigation into an online puppy selling operation based here in Green Country. The News On 6 continues its examination of the selling practices of one man and his Okmulgee County business. News On 6 anchor Jennifer Loren reports our state is one of the few left where questionable puppy selling operations are tolerated.

Puppy Profits: State laws lack bite (Tulsa World)

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2007
An inspector with the American Kennel Club gathers a DNA sample from an English bulldog puppy. AKC spends $6 million annually to monitor the quality of AKC kennels across the United States in addition to tracking the bloodline of pedigree dogs.

Misrepresented used cars in state don’t remain ‘as is’ (Tulsa World)

Wednesday, October 17th, 2007
Dear Action Line: I bought a 2005 Ford Focus from a car lot. It had a green title and no other listed issues on Carfax (such as flood damage). After my first weekend with it I took it back when learning its true condition. I was told "Oklahoma has no lemon laws."

Lemon laws restricted (Bankrate.com via Yahoo! Finance)

Friday, October 5th, 2007
Most car manufacturers have representative for lemon law problems, says Bankrate car expert Terry Jackson.

Car Shopping: New Or Used? (Investopedia)

Thursday, October 4th, 2007
It happens to everyone. The old clunker gasps its last smokey gasp at the side of the road, and you're left to face a sickening reality - you need some new wheels.