Bob Mong: Dave Lieber has built a strong reputation as a consumer advocate

 

 The following first appeared in The Dallas Morning News. It was written by Bob Mong, The Dallas Morning News Executive Editor.

Consumer columnist Dave Lieber joined our staff in the spring, and his Watchdog column appears every Friday and Sunday in Metro.

For two decades, Dave built a strong reputation as the consumer advocate at the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. I regard him as one of the most trusted voices in North Texas.

He looks out for questionable practices in business and government and has the wherewithal to dig in and solve problems.

Bob Mong, Executive Editor of The Dallas Morning News, believes newspapers should fight for the people.

Bob Mong, Executive Editor of The Dallas Morning News, believes newspapers should fight for the people.

“I’ve been covering governments for almost 40 years for daily newspapers. Problems in government where taxpayers aren’t getting treated right, not getting their money’s worth, are as important to me as the typical consumer rip-off that can be prevented,” Dave said.

We invite you to contact Dave. He’s very conscientious and reviews every concern expressed by consumers. It is best to contact him by email at watchdog@dallasnews.com. You also can write to him at:

Dave Lieber
P.O. Box 655237
Dallas, TX 75265

Dave brings an award-winning pedigree to his work, as well as a lot of enthusiasm. He fights for consumers. As he said to me the other day, he hopes his zeal for consumer protection “never goes away.”

Follow Bob Mong on Twitter at @bobmong1.

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