Pompano Beach, FL (PressExposure) June 19, 2009 -- Many feel their show, The Balancing Act, offers some of the best consumer caveats on TV. The morning show, which airs on Lifetime Television weekdays at 7AM, showcases a diverse array of topics, but they often devote considerable segment time to educating their viewers on how to protect themselves from an array of scams and rip-offs. Recent shows have featured America's Most Wanted's John Walsh, tips for online gold buying, and internet safety.
"Our viewers keep asking us if Brand star Entertainment is a scam investigator," says Doug Campbell, Executive Vice President for BrandStar Entertainment.
"And while this is not something we set out to do, we have garnered a great reputation for educating women about topics they need to know in order to protect themselves and their families."
On the Balancing Act, John Walsh exposed the dangers and scams that children face everyday as they surf the internet. Other guests, such as Michael Hughes of ExpressGoldCash.com, have educated consumers with his golden guidelines for not getting taken when trying to sell jewelry over the internet. And Marie Hattar, Vice President, Network Systems and Security Solutions for Cisco, provided some insightful ways for figuring out which websites can be trusted.
"In addition to these investigative segments, we also feature Delia Passi of Medelia Inc., one of the country's leading women consumer advocates who regularly enlightens our viewers and newsletter readers regarding topics that are often prone to consumer complaints including diet aids and car buying," explains Campbell.
The Balancing Act is one on Brand star Entertainment's flagship programs and their production team is always seeking the most informative guests who can speak about the current scams and how to reduce their viewers' vulnerabilities.