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For the past 15 years, a coalition has worked to share tips and information about privacy protection, money and debt management and recognizing identity theft, frauds and scams. University of Maryland Extension — Washington County is joining the...
Coupons are big business: More than 3,000 manufacturers distribute nearly 330 billion coupons worth an estimated $280 billion every year in an effort to help consumers save money. Coupons are useful when they save you money on what you're already...
It was a great pleasure to discover "Woodrow Wilson And The Progressive Era" authored by Arthur S. Link. I wanted to get a more complete understanding of what "progressive" meant in the context of its historical setting. The formal definition, however,...
Since January 2009, the Better Business Bureau has received 52 complaints about companies offering extended warranty contract services — many concerning vehicle service contracts — from consumers residing in the Greater Maryland area. ...
Fraud is defined as wrongful or criminal deception intended to result in financial or personal gain. There are many different types of types of fraud to be aware of, including: Contest and lottery scams: Often scammers will email or call you saying you...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThey were in this country to learn about antitrust law, but a group of 19 Chinese jurists and their interpreter stopped in the Washington County Courthouse in Hagerstown Tuesday afternoon to watch a criminal proceeding. "Today a prisoner who was...
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