Stop Getting Ripped Off: Why Consumers Get Screwed, And How You Can Always Get A Fair Deal
Stop Getting Ripped Off: Why Consumers Get Screwed, And How You Can Always Get A Fair Deal

Stop Getting Ripped Off: Why Consumers Get Screwed, And How You Can Always Get A Fair Deal

  • Publish Date: 2009-12-29
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Author: Bob Sullivan
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New York Times bestselling author of Gotcha Capitalism and MSNBC.com Red Tape Chronicles columnist Bob Sullivan strikes again to help you evade the financial traps big businesses set for unwary consumersand shows you how to get the best possible deals every single time.

Today's marketplace is full of hidden fees, fine print, and other booby traps designed to trip you up and take your money. You may be losing big even when you think you're getting a steal! But with Sullivan's keen guidance and sensible advice, you can save money and regain control of your financial life. Clearly and concisely, Sullivan reveals

why American consumers make such easy targets for corporate America (you'll be stunned, for example, at how poor our math skills are)
how Wall Street will skim off one third of your retirement money (avoid this trap with Sullivan's new Pitfall-Proof Pyramid )
the myths behind credit-card reward programs and the 21st-Century Bank Account
the real numbers to focus on when buying a new car
why you should spend more time shopping for your mortgage than your home
the key questions you must ask before buying life insurance
the secrets to saving for college and paying off student loans the right way
the best deals on cell phones and pay-TV service

With Sullivan's empowering message, financial savvy, and knowledge of consumers' wants and needs, you can outsmart the system, keep your hard-earned cash, and finally stop getting ripped off. And you'll become part of a growing grass-roots movement to rein in the abuses of corporate America before consumers get hurt by another boom-and-bust cycle.

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