Unformatted text preview: their ‘great offer’. The great offer is payment protection where you’re charged 99 cents per every hundred dollars that you owe on your balance. Supposedly if you lose your job they pay your bill or something, but it definitely sounds too good to be true. So if I didn’t stop and read the fine print, I’d start receiving $5 charges on my card each month, along with the interest charges, etc. The charges could get pretty big if someone owes a lot on their card. This is a very misleading sales tactic. The message on the outside of the envelope implies that you get a free check and a great offer. An offer is usually something you can choose to accept or reject. In this case the person who doesn’t read the fine print immediately accepts the offer when they accept the gift....
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This note was uploaded on 01/09/2011 for the course CRT CRT taught by Professor Trunk during the Spring '10 term at AUP.
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