How to get an extended warranty for freeJanuary 3, 2012
How to get an extended warranty for free
News from Abc Local Web:
Most consumer advocates will tell you never to buy an extended warranty. However, 7 On Your Side isn’t one of them.
Many times an extended warranty is too high priced to justify the cost — but not always. Especially if you can get the warranty for free or at a deeply discounted price.
The last days of post-holiday shopping are coming to an end. The gift cards are being used and soon the holiday decorations will be gone. What you buy will remain and may eventually need repair. And that’s where the website FreeWarranty.com comes in.
“FreeWarranty.com is the first website that combines comparison shopping on more than one million items with free extended warranties on the items our members buy,” says Tom Forrest of FreeWarranty.com.
Buy through the website and you get an extended warranty for no additional charge. FreeWarranty.com doubles the manufacturer’s warranty. So a year war…………… continues on Abc Local Web
Veteran consumer advocate takes on big-time sports
News from Chattanooga Times Free Press:
By DAVID CRARY
AP National Writer
NEW YORK — On the wall of Ralph Nader’s office hangs a color portrait of baseball legend Lou Gehrig, an old-fashioned hero who seems to rebuke so much of today’s sports world — the sex-abuse and drug scandals, labor strife, rampant commercialization.
Gehrig, who set a standard for durability while playing 2,130 consecutive games over 15 seasons, is the only sports idol acknowledged by Nader, himself a kind of “Iron Horse” in his chosen playing field, America’s consumer movement.
Since 1965, when he lit into the U.S. auto industry for marketing cars “unsafe at any speed,” Nader has taken on issues ranging from deceptive advertising to water pollution to nursing home fraud. Now, at 77, he’s channeling an increasing share of his attention and anger to problems across the gamut of U.S. sports — the major pro leagues, the NCAA, even youth sports.
“It’s spinning out of control,” says Nader. “It’s profit at all cost…………… continues on Chattanooga Times Free Press
Groups blame malpractice crisis on medical errors. (Consumer Advocacy Organizations).(Brief Article): An article from: Internal Medicine News
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Title: Groups blame malpractice crisis on medical errors. (Consumer Advocacy
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