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Many retailers say they're making it easy to buy big-ticket gifts with 0-percent financing. But those no-interest deals can be very risky for shoppers.
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Stylist shares secret of why food in ads looks so good

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Dec 10th - 6:38pm
Sometimes the food seen in advertisements or on restaurant menus looks a little different than the food served. An entire industry is built around making food look good, using tweezers, glue and heat guns.
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Charity scams: Checking state register isn't enough, expert says

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Dec 5th - 10:41am
Checking state records to see if a charity is registered is not enough to figure out if it's legitimate, according to a professor at the University of Utah.
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Woman learns what you should know before hiring a contractor

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Dec 3rd - 9:29am
Imagine hiring a contractor, giving him thousands of dollars for a down payment, only to have to hire another contractor to do the job.
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Beware infected USB drives, computer security experts warn

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Nov 26th - 10:01am
Computer security experts are warning the public of newer and sneakier ways that flash drives or USB drives have become infected with viruses and spyware.
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Detecting possible work-from-home scams

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Nov 19th - 9:39am
There may be a way to determine whether a work-at-home offer is an opportunity or probably a scam.
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Some Black Friday deals available early

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Nov 17th - 7:18am
Major retailers are pulling out all the stops for Black Friday, but each year, Black Friday increasingly is no longer only on the day after Thanksgiving.
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Digital wallets still a work in progress

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Nov 14th - 11:16am
Customers who love the idea of paying with their smartphone might have to put that thought on hold. Some retailers won't adopt the system.
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3-D printing turns scan of face into superhero toy

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Nov 12th - 10:02am
A Utah company uses 3-D printing to offer people the chance to be a superhero, or at least to have a superhero toy that resembles them.
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Tax break for donating car may be less than expected

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Nov 10th - 8:49am
Advertisements say, "Donate a car — get a tax break." Technically it's true, but the tax deduction is probably a lot smaller than expected.
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App aims to take haggling out of car sales

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Nov 7th - 9:58am
If you're searching for a new car but are not a fan of negotiating with dealers, a new and free app might help.
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Are key apps a convenience or invitation to thieves?

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Nov 5th - 9:15am
Several apps allow people to take a picture of their key, send it in, and get a new key made. Is that a convenience or an invitation to thieves?
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