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Consumer Tip No. 63: A Call to Answer

Consumer Tip No. 63: A Call to Answer

In honor of my Caught Dead in Wyoming mystery series, my assistant Kay Coyte is writing for my newsletter and blog a series of consumer tips inspired by TV reporter Elizabeth Danniher. *** In April, I urged a healthy skepticism of unsolicited emails and texts that...
Consumer Tip No. 62: The Survey Says … Stop!

Consumer Tip No. 62: The Survey Says … Stop!

In honor of my Caught Dead in Wyoming mystery series, my assistant Kay Coyte is writing for my newsletter and blog a series of consumer tips inspired by TV reporter Elizabeth Danniher. *** On March 7, I received an email with the subject line: Moderna-Vaccine...
Consumer Tip No. 61: Opportunity and Meanness

Consumer Tip No. 61: Opportunity and Meanness

In honor of my Caught Dead in Wyoming mystery series, my assistant Kay Coyte is writing for my newsletter and blog a series of consumer tips inspired by TV reporter Elizabeth Danniher. *** It will come as no surprise to Consumer Tip readers that soulless con artists...
Consumer Tip No. 60: Little Victories

Consumer Tip No. 60: Little Victories

In honor of my Caught Dead in Wyoming mystery series, my assistant Kay Coyte is writing for my newsletter and blog a series of consumer tips inspired by TV reporter Elizabeth Danniher. *** The Year of the Coronavirus has been a tough one, with little to cheer. So for...
Consumer Tip No. 59: No Pandemic Pause

Consumer Tip No. 59: No Pandemic Pause

In honor of my Caught Dead in Wyoming mystery series, my assistant Kay Coyte is writing for my newsletter and blog a series of consumer tips inspired by TV reporter Elizabeth Danniher. *** In the never-ending effort to combat scams and consumer fraud, two recent...