The 12 Biggest Ripoffs in America You're Well Acquainted With


Sat, Jun 26th, 2010 21:04 by capnasty NEWS

What is called a rip-off is little more than someone's subjective opinion of what they "really" deserve for their money, whatever that means. However, other purchases actually do appear, by all objective criteria, to be a raw deal just about all the time. In this article, BillShrink analyzes some common rip-offs as mentioned recently by CNN Money, that most of our readers are likely to be well acquainted with.



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