Uber-consumer Ed Dworsky has long been a hero to consumers thanks to his work in Massachusetts and his great website at consumerworld.org. Dworsky daily scans the headlines for consumer-related articles and posts them on his site, providing an invaluable resource to consumers.
Recently, he launched a new site, mouseprint.org, which tracks deceptive advertising claims not only by telephone companies, but also by electronics vendors, banks, credit card companies, and other retailers. Check out the nice catch on what Cingular's ?no charge for roaming,? promise really means by clicking here. Consumers looking for the latest info on what the fine print in their newspaper circular really means should be sure to bookmark mouseprint.org and check it before heading out to snag that deal that seems 'too good to be true.?
Source: Telecommunications Research and Action Center. trac.org