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Not All Free Credit Reports Are Created Equal
The FTC counters FreeCreditReport.com ads with parodies promoting its AnnualCreditReport.com--and goes after credit-repair scam sites.
Selling Netbooks With Phone-Style Plans
AT&T is starting to subsidize netbook purchases for customers who sign up for a two-year data plan. Sound familiar?
Did Belkin Really Need Fake User Reviews?
A Belkin employee was caught offering payment for positive reviews--but that doesn't mean the company's products are bad.
Cell-Phone Insurance: A Bet on Bad Luck?
You can insure most handsets against theft, loss, and damage; consider it if you're married to your mobile.
Six Common HDTV Showroom Pitfalls
HDTV buyers beware: Things that you see or hear when inspecting sets in a store can be extremely misleading.
Scout for Deals Long Before Black Friday
You shouldn’t wait until the last minute to snap up great deals. But you have to know what a bargain looks like.
Still Nervous About Online Shopping? Really?
Assurz, a service that promised no-hassle returns, is no more, but BuySafe seeks to reassure online shoppers about obscure e-commerce sites.
Make Banks Compete for Your Deposits
In MoneyAisle's real-time auctions, banks bid up rates on certificates of deposit and savings accounts.
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