Site Meter Gets Its Due

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  1. Ken says:

    “Caveat emptor” applies to the things we think we are “buying” for free, too. If you signed up for a paid service simply because the company selling it had the word “Free” in its title, shame on them for misleading you, and shame on you for not paying attention to the details.

  2. Ronald says:

    The only change I see in the web sites offering for credit reports and scores is that they proclaim in very large type that you get this for 1 dollar and then in their very small print they say you will be charged $ 29.95 for accessing the information needed for the report. These people are vultures and should be shut down by our government.

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