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Key phrase: “up to.” The average reward is only five bucks.
Is it a nonprofit or for-profit law school?
Fine print deletes the cash right before your eyes.
Click here to read the full terms of this “$250 match bonus.” Then here. Then here.
Is Lyft taking consumers for a ride with claims they can get 50 percent off their next trip?
The lowdown on sportsbook’s “up to” $1,000 bonus.
These prices aren’t for everybody, according to the fine print.
Important terms cannot be hidden from consumers.
Site exaggerates participant winnings by including initial bet in advertised cash prize.
Here’s how much you have to spend to get 17 “free” meals.
Don’t bury that ladder in the garage just yet.
“Free” offer is apparently tied to a subscription that isn’t free.
Gutter cleaning is dirty and annoying. So is deceptive marketing.
NAD takes issue with blanket disclosure regarding incentivized reviews.
Except when there’s battery damage.
As a TINA.org reader put it, it’s only “free” if you first spend money.
Interested in 5G? Spectrum Mobile may not have you covered.
Zooming in on the fine print of a “Made in USA” tag.
When you don’t own what you buy.