Week of September 4, 2017 (see last week)
Credit Card Issuers Ranked on Customer Satisfaction
J.D. Power spoke to 23,000 credit card holders to measure their satisfaction in six areas: interaction with the issuer; credit card terms; billing and payment; rewards; benefits and services; and problem resolution. Of national issuers, American Express came out on top. But USAA which has membership restrictions far outpaced every other issuer including AMEX. See how all the big bank issuers ranked.
17 Unusual Uses for WD-40
WD-40 is best known for lubricating, loosening and driving water out of various parts and tools. But these lesser-known uses are just as helpful -- indoors and outdoors.
Check Before Writing a Check for Hurricane Relief
Americans are opening their hearts, homes, and wallets for victims of hurricane Harvey. Before you give to an unfamiliar charity including local ones in Texas, here is how to check them out.
Consumer World Original
Mouse Print* -- Did You Fall for the Whole Foods Price Cuts Hype?
It seems like every major media outlet gushed over Amazon's announcement that they were lowering prices at Whole Foods after taking over ownership of the notoriously high-priced supermarket chain. This week we tell you what really happened to prices there last week.
That story is in Mouse Print* right now.
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Bargain of the Week
At P. F. Chang's, Buy One, Get One Free Entree
You can register to receive a coupon by email good for a buy one, get one free entree from P. F. Chang's. Sign-up ends sometime this week, but the coupon is good for 14 days. WARNING: Some locations may not accept the coupon for entrees on the lunch menu (call in advance to inquire).
See also: Hot Deals
How to Salvage Valuables and Dispose of Debris After a Flood
Consumer Reports offers these tips for flood victims on how to save valuable keepsakes that have been water damaged.
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