Consumers

  • Are text messages a binding contract?

    … Are text messages a binding contract? A story is making the rounds about a man out of Colorado who was selling some car parts online who may be sued by someone he promised the parts to over text messaging. Instead the seller was offered more money for the parts by someone with cash in hand. The buyer who lost out is now threatening to sue…

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  • How to vote with your dollar over new immigration policies

    … How to vote with your dollar over new immigration policies Are you a politically active consumer? Do you want to either show your support or opposition to the recent immigration executive order issued by President Donald Trump? Well, we’re here to help with what companies you may want to support or avoid depending on your political leaning…

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  • Why don’t corporations just make a donation instead of making you buy something?

    … Why don’t corporations just make a donation instead of making you buy something? It happens all year round, but you see it a lot come Christmas. A number of companies will claim to make a donation to charity if you buy their product. I’m sure you’ve heard the pitches before. “Buy our phone and will donate part pf the proceeds…

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  • Avoid the Black Friday drama

    … has been sold out and want you to buy a similar item at full price. Instead of camping out or losing some of your dignity in a box store brawl, think about doing your holiday shopping online. Often times you’ll find a lot of good deals online starting on Cyber Monday, which is the Monday after Black Friday. Use the time to spend with your family or loved ones instead of laying siege on your local Wal-Mart. …

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