Smart Spending: A Young Consumer's Guide
Offers advice on how to recognize and avoid consumer traps. Case studies discuss misleading advertising, consumer fraud, mail order problems, refund policies, product safety, food poisoning, fad diets, money management, and effective complaining.
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PLANNING AND SPENDING
WHEN YOU SEND AWAY
KEEP IT SAFE
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