Stranded passengers are checking the fine print
on their tickets and asking airlines about compensation, refunds, and rebooking strategies.
There is a parallel problem in insurance sales--fine print and fine print
walks to work anymore while dreaming up fine print
for my lost feet?
It's also possible that the sponsors want voters to be mesmerized by the glittering, simplistic appeal of their measures - and to pay no attention to fine print
Now whenever I'm asked for my advice on POD companies, I'm going to give them the urgent recommendation that they read Mark Levine's "The Fine Print
Of Self-Publishing: The Contracts & Services Of 48 Self-Publishing Companies--Analyzed, Ranked & Exposed" from cover to cover.
Replacing the MP830, the PIXMA MX850 maintains the high quality 1pl 9600dpi FINE print
engine specification, while adding additional SoHo (Small office, Home office) functionality.
pointed out that the very fine print
stated that the prize was contingent on a Grand Prize winning entry.
NEW YORK--The International Fine Print
Dealers Association (IFPDA) will present the Annual IFPDA Print Fair from Nov.
On another front, Bruce Kushnick, chairman of Teletruth, a carrier customer advocacy organization, and executive director of New Networks Institute, a market research firm, cautions, "Before you buy an Apple iPhone, you should read the 'fine print
' in AT&T's wireless service contract.
The outgoing government promised EUR5m in indirect funding for player welfare with the GPA and GAA left to draw up the fine print
What's a bank ad without fine print
? This year, an advertising campaign from the Community Bank System Inc., Syracuse, N.Y., pokes gentle fun at the small print normally found at the bottom of bank advertisements.
It has been discovered that many company-sponsored mutual funds in typical 401(k) plans are overcharging participants and burying those charges in the fine print
. Since no bills or checks are written, few complaints ever get registered.