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Today’s Giveaway: $100 in Amazon.com Gift Cards

by Luke Landes

Before heading into Memorial Day weekend, why not win $100 to spend on Amazon.com? All this month, I’ve been hosting giveaways as part of a project I’m calling Giveaway May on Consumerism Commentary. Every weekday during this month, I will be giving away at least a $50 gift card, and almost every day the prizes ... Continue reading this article…

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Free Triple Credit Score with GoFreeCredit.com

by Luke Landes

This review of the Free Triple Credit Score with GoFreeCredit.com was published in 2011. According to a representative from the company, the platform has been updated in the intervening years and some details from this review no longer apply. Today, GoFreeCredit.com works directly with TransUnion to provide a score and three-bureau credit monitoring for $17.95 ... Continue reading this article…

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Don’t Run on Empty, and New EPA Stickers for New Cars

by Luke Landes
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Before my girlfriend purchased a new car, she was always careful to refuel her old car before the gas gauge dipped below a quarter of a tank. I’ve been living on the edge, letting my gauge drop to one-eighth of a tank or less before refueling. Her concern was that the gauge didn’t seem very ... Continue reading this article…

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Today’s Givaway: $100, $200, or More!

by Luke Landes

It’s another weekday in May, so it’s time for another giveaway. This month is Giveaway May at Consumerism Commentary, and it’s been quite a ride. The purpose of this is to thank Consumerism Commentary readers, new and old, and expose readers to some of the great partners that have lined up. Today I’m happy to ... Continue reading this article…

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Discover Motiva Card Review

by Luke Landes

Most credit cards offered to consumers today are built the same way. Provide a mediocre interest rate with a 1 percent cash back rewards program and a couple of perks and you have 99 percent of the market covered. The challenge lately has been finding a credit card offer that goes beyond “state of the art” and ... Continue reading this article…

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Today’s Giveaway: Win a Free iPad 2

by Luke Landes

All this month, I’m celebrating Giveaway May at Consumerism Commentary. Each weekday brings a new prize to be given to Consumerism Commentary readers. Each day I’ve been offering at least $50 per day, and I have invited a number of partners to participate in this series of giveaways to help sweeten the pot. For the ... Continue reading this article…

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HBO’s Too Big to Fail

by Luke Landes

Last night, HBO premiered Too Big to Fail, a movie based on Andrew Ross Sorkin’s book, Too Big to Fail: The Inside Story of How Wall Street and Washington Fought to Save the Financial System — and Themselves, based on the events of the financial meltdown of 2008 starring Bear Stearns, Lehman Brothers, Goldman Sachs, ... Continue reading this article…

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Reevaluating My MBA From the University of Phoenix Online

by Luke Landes

From 2003 to 2006, I took classes at the University of Phoenix Online with the eventual grant of a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) degree. After receiving the degree, I wrote about my experiences with the school in a five part series. For some background, read the series in these parts: The Decision, Admissions, Course ... Continue reading this article…

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How the Sausage Gets Made

by Luke Landes

No one wants to know how the sausage gets made. I admit that most people would find the last few years of my life somewhat strange. I started on a path to improve my finances about ten years ago. I saw my lack of savings and my increasing debt, and I started trying to determine ... Continue reading this article…

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Avoid These Big Money Wasters

by Luke Landes
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CNN is offering a compilation of the ten biggest money wasters. These items would be obvious to most loyal Consumerism Commentary readers, yet it would not be out of the question to disagree with some of these money-wasters in some circumstances. ATM fees. You shouldn’t be surprised that banks will charge multiple fees for the ... Continue reading this article…

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