Acting on impulse is good when you're catching someone who's falling, or swerving to avoid an accident. But when it comes to shopping, it's not your friend.
If you have money to spend, chances are, it's going to get spent — especially if you stumble into any of these upsell opportunities.
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Identity theft is a scary subject. But really, you shouldn't panic. Help is right around the corner.
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The Internet has made shopping more convenient, easier, and way more fun. But there have also been some strange side effects...
Big brother knows a lot about how you shop.
The EpiPen price hike is no special circumstance. Pharmaceutical companies are making bank on your illness, one pill at a time.
Women are fighting for equal pay, but they also have to deal with unequal pricing for certain products. Here's how to become a smarter shopper to avoid the "pink tax."
If the products from these brands disappoint you in any way, rest assured that their customer service won't.
Buyer beware! Those awesome shopping "perks" you love put you right where the store wants you — reaching into your pocket for more cash.
The customer is always right, right? Wrong! Don't be a terrible customer.
These retailers may have higher prices, but their above-and-beyond customer service just might make paying the premium worth it.
The venerable daily deal sites offer big savings, but from counterfeit cosmetics to pointless promos, these Groupon and LivingSocial deals aren't.
Getting good service as a patron is a two-way street. If you expect perfect service, you should try to be the perfect customer.
They say you should always read the labels when you buy food — but can you trust what the label says?
With $30 emu eggs and $70 air plants, it's no wonder Whole Foods carries the "Whole Paycheck" nickname. Who buys this stuff?
Whether it's a dented floor model dishwasher, or you're paying in cash… know that you can — and should — demand a discount.
Everyone love a deal, and retailers know it. Don't get suckered into these coupon marketing tricks — they aren't worth it!
Why waste your hard-earned money on a sub-par product or service? Here's when to (politely) demand a refund.
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