Hey, I can afford that, until I read the fine print
, or more usually until I get to the store and have the fine print
pointed out to me: "After mail-in rebate of $200.
Here are two other dirty little secrets that may be lost in the fine print
of your credit card agreement:
At the bottom, the fine print
starts by saying, "If" you're reading this, you're probably thinking there's some kind of catch.
Nick Clements, co-founder of MagnifyMoney, said, 'Few consumers realise how much they actually spend on interest and banking fees because the terms are buried in fine print
The huge bill furnishes the fine print
for the bipartisan pact approved in December that set overall spending levels for the next couple of years.
org, a consumer advocacy site, features a new example of fine print
gone awry by casting light on offending companies and advertisers.
But the fine print
actually says the cost will be next to nothing for the first four years, and then it will jump to $56.
The list prices for bargain PCs often exclude monitors, so read the fine print
before you make your purchase.
Reading the fine print
and weighing your options are the two most important things to do before signing on the dotted line.
However, its fine print
actually would impose a rigged system that favors civil service workers over outside contractors, with rare exceptions.
The PIXMA MP150 Photo All-In-One uses Canon's ChromaLife 100 ink system, along with FINE print
head technology for long lasting photo prints.
There are a few hundred pages of fine print
before I cash in, but I'm sure it won't be a problem, or they wouldn't have wasted my time.