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2012’s Worst Scams
Last year people lost billions to identity theft and deceptive debt collection.
Cheap Plastic Tricks
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The Hidden Costs Of Flying
Checking luggage? Requesting a seat? As airlines pile on the fees, Christopher Elliott reports on the push for more transparent ticket prices.
America’s financial illiteracy.
Inside the Hotel Hype Machine
A Consumer Advocate dissects the travel industry’s most exaggerated claims.
Your Credit Swiped
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AT&T ruling shows why companies should avoid hyping their products.
Why you should give air miles a wide berth.
Worst Travel Scams
The costliest rip-offs can come from legitimate businesses. Here's what to watch for.
The Bright Side of a Bad Travel Experience
Even the most disastrous travel experiences hold a silver lining for the adventurous traveler.