Nickels add up

Santo, Brian
July 2008
CED;Jul2008, Vol. 34 Issue 7, p3
Trade Publication
The author presents his views on the bills and charges imposed to the consumers. He stresses that companies continue to stick to the billing and piling of charges of the consumers which is one of the ways of alienating consumers. He also comments on the prices of concert tickets, airline tickets, airlines' fuel bills, and cable bills.


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