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- 171. Savvy Consumer: Surges Happen! How to Protect the Appliances...
Surges Happen! How to Protect the Appliances in Your Home NIST recommended practice guide Special Publication 960-6 National Institute of Standards...
Size: 60 kB
- 172. Federal Consumer Information Center: Understanding Treatment...
Return to Savvy Consumer Information Center - Home Page Is It Prostate Cancer? Compared with most cancers, cancer...
Size: 18 kB
- 173. focus.htm
Home Consumer Focus Archive Buying a Great Used Car Consumer Focus: Buying a Great Used Car Buying a Great...
Size: 22 kB
- 174. Usage Statistics for Savvy Consumer savvyconsumer.org - June...
Usage Statistics for Savvy Consumer savvyconsumer.org Summary Period: June 2006 Generated 01-Jul-2006 01:12 MDT [Daily Statistics] [Hourly Statistics] [URLs] [Entry] [Exit]...
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- 175. Scams and Frauds - Consumer Information
Consumer Information Center On this page you will find valuable consumer publications that you can read online. You'll also find links...
Size: 45 kB
- 176. Savvy Consumer: Home Sweet Home Improvement
Whether you're planning an addition for a growing family or simply getting new storm windows, finding a competent and reliable contractor is the first step to a successful and satisfying home improvement project.
Size: 27 kB
- 177. Savvy Consumer: Consumer Handbook On Adjustable Rate Mortgag...
This booklet explains how ARMs work and some of the risks and advantages to borrowers that ARMs introduce. It discusses features that can help reduce the risks and gives some pointers about advertising and other ways you can get information from lenders. Important ARM terms are defined in a glossary and a checklist at the end of the booklet should help you ask lenders the right questions and figure out whether an ARM is right for you. Asking lenders to fill out the checklist is a good way to get the information you need to compare mortgages.
Size: 47 kB
- 178. FCIC: IDENTITY THEFT: Reduce Your Risk
Identity theft occurs when someone uses your name or personal information, such as your Social Security number, driver’s license number, credit card number, telephone number or other account numbers, without your permission. Identity thieves use this information to open credit accounts, bank accounts, telephone service accounts, and make major purchases—all in your name.
Size: 21 kB
- 179. The need for financing is a critical and perennial concern f...
The need for financing is a critical and perennial concern for the owners of small businesses. Indeed, few things are as...
Size: 23 kB
- 180. Savvy Consumer: Surges Happen! How to Protect the Appliances...
Return to Savvy Consumer Information Center - Home Page Questions . . . and answers Among the questions...
Size: 11 kB