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Tag Archives: Buying Tips
The shopping season begins, and here are some tips for your Black Friday shopping! Continue reading →
One of the things I had to consider when I purchased my new laptop recently was whether I should get an SSD for it. I got one. Should you? Read on for details. Continue reading →
Buying a laptop nowadays is not an easy almost as complicated as buying a car. It requires a lot of preparations, research and stamina. So, how to do it right? Continue reading →
We’ve all heard about the dangers of using your credit cards on-line. Someone can steal the number, forge the card, and you’ll have to work hard to dispute tens of charges and waste a lot of energy, and may be some money. Not to mention the potential identity theft when you provide your billing address everywhere, etc.
How to avoid that? Several different options, for your choice. Continue reading →
Numbers are the best way for the advertisers to obscure the data, and emphasize the less important things, while not mentioning the things that really matter. Continue reading →
First thing people notice is that they pay less. That makes them buy. And then deal with the rebate. Or not, and give the money to the seller as a gift. Continue reading →
No-one misses on the holiday’s shopping, right? Right! So, how to get the best out of it? Here are some tips I gathered for you… Continue reading →