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Proposed Legislation: The Restoring Statutory Rights Act

Senators Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) and Al Franken (D-Minn.) introduced new law to correct the unfair impact of forced arbitration clauses on consumers. There are several reasons consumers are gravely disadvantaged when large companies and service providers easily win in arbitration. 845 more words

Consumer Rights

Hawaii on verge of phasing out Internet access tax

You might not have known it, but if you pay for Internet service, you’re also paying a tax.

But that is likely going away, thanks to Congress.  300 more words

News

Snipping Red Tape With Crimson Crab

Many thanks to Reputation Advocate, Lorna Jackson from Advance and Get Noticed for organising this feature in etc magazine.

We thoroughly enjoyed our morning discussing business issues with Laura Cartledge and you can read the whole February edition here.

Crimson Crab

Fuck Your Religion - Part 2

Yet another case of bakers refusing to cater to gays has surfaced because some uptight asshole refused to write something gay on a cake. This is the whole problem with religion. 531 more words

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Danny Sparko: WBC Cockney Consumer's Champion

Dear Danny

I recently purchased one of those small, car vacuum cleaners to use on the carpets, mats and trim on my little hatchback, but when I switched it on it began smoking and eventually blew a fuse. 321 more words

Humour

Cancelled Flight? Know Your Rights!

While the blizzard of 2016 has a plethora of New Jerseyans looking forward to queuing up Netflix and eating snacks all weekend, there are some people who aren’t happy about the storm, not even one little bit. 523 more words

Money Savvy

How to grab 70% of a premium

At a time when reducing costs and giving the Indian investor a fair deal is at the centre stage of policy and regulation, the insurance regulator, in a move that is stunning on many counts, has proposed to hike commissions and payouts to sellers of insurance, legitimise illegal payments and bring back hereditary commissions. 34 more words

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