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This Week in the Archives: Student Loan Consolidation, Garage Sales, and Universal Default

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If you’re new to Consumerism Commentary, you may have missed some of these articles from this week in the previous few years. Here are some articles from June 1-7, 2006:

* June 1: After Graduation: Choices, Plans and Risks, Part 3
* June 1: Student Loan Consolidation: The Countdown Begins
* June 2: After Graduation: Choices, Plans and Risks, Part 4
* June 2: Was Your Credit Card Number Stolen in February?
* June 2: Vonage May Have Violated The Law With IPO
* June 2: Emigrant Direct Gets a New Website
* June 5: Carnival of Investing #25
* June 5: Looking for Apartments, Update 4
* June 6: Tips for Hosting Garage Sales (Tag Sales, Yard Sales, etc.)
* June 6: Deceptive Credit Card Offers, Part 1: Two-Cycle Billing
* June 7: Deceptive Credit Card Offers, Part 2: Universal Default

Here are some more from June 1-7, 2005:

* June 1: How to Teach Your Kids About Money
* June 1: Getting Paid $100,000 to Watch TV and Blog
* June 2: If The Gecko Did The Robot
* June 6: How to Feel Rich
* June 7: Money Magazine’s 50 Smartest Things

In June 2004, I was conspicuously absent from Consumerism Commentary, only to return in July 2004.

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Luke Landes, also known as Flexo, is the founder of Consumerism Commentary. He has been blogging and writing for the internet since 1995 and has been building online communities since 1991. Find out more about him and follow Luke Landes on Twitter. View all articles by .

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