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Posted by BobJohn on 2008-06-12:
Anytime somebody says something is 'free' and they want my credit card or bank account number that is the end of the conversation or visit to a website.
I wonder if the FTC is going to make it mandatory for every person responding to a FREE offer be able to read and understand the terms of agreement?
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-06-12:
Excellent info PB. Thanks!
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