Monthly Archives: November 2011

Medco Worry Free Refills Rip Off Consumers As Lipitor Goes Generic Today

November 30, 2011
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Consumers will save money MOST of the time when they order their medicine through mail from firms like Medco. However, Steve from Connecticut is one of many who got burnt from these automatic refills as Lipitor became a generic drug today and is now available for a few pennies each instead of dollars. “I...

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Tampa Best Buy Workers Join Black Friday Extended Hours Protest

November 30, 2011
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Protesters participating in the “Occupy” demonstrations across the country have been photographed carrying signs stating “A job is a right!” But workers at a Best Buy in Tampa – workers being defined as people who have jobs – seem to have taken that concept to a new level – “My job is my right...

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New Chase Chip Cards Reward Travelers

November 30, 2011
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Chase is rolling out a credit card embedded with a “smart” chip technology that reduces fraud and is widely used outside the United States. The British Airways co-branded card is intended to appeal to frequent travelers who may experience hiccups with U.S. credit cards overseas. U.S. banks have recently started offering the cards on...

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N.Y. Steak Staff Strip Patrons’ Credit Info

November 30, 2011
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 New York authorities and the Secret Service announced that they have broken up an identity-theft ring involving waiters at top steakhouses who skimmed credit card data and passed the information to associates who made counterfeit cards to buy luxury goods and resell them on eBay. Between April 2010 and this month, wait staff allegedly...

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