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Tuesday, May 27, 2008


Jeff Sovern

Personally, I regard those as more in the nature of investments than consumer transactions. The list is underinclusive in several other respects though. That's because I wanted to keep it to one side of a page to keep it short and easy to fill out. But I did invite respondents to add anything they covered that was omitted.

michael webster

Interesting list.

I note that although business opportunity frauds/franchise frauds are pitched by the FTC as worthy of consumer protection schemes, you have left them off your list entirely.

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