The article lists down the most common pay-me-more ploys that victimize passive purchasers and even smart consumers who sometimes let their guard down.
New York, NY (PRWEB) March 17, 2013
Every day, people find themselves in circumstances that may lead to potential money rip-offs. These are situations so commonplace and casual, one rarely notices there's more money being shelled out than one actually intends or needs to. In the article “8 Common Money Rip-Off Cases – How To Stay Alert” published by FinancesOnline.com, readers are alerted on what these schemes are and shown how to keep hard-earned money in their wallets by knowing how to react and do the right thing. The article lists down the most common pay-me-more ploys that victimize passive purchasers and even smart consumers who sometimes let their guard down.
American consumers spend enormous amounts of money on both necessities and non-essentials. The article points to unconscious spending in the following areas:
- Instant debits from ATM machine service fees
- Mistakes in a restaurant bill
- Price promotions in gadget stores
- Medical fee add-ons without prior patient ‘consultation’
- Online pay-ups and automated purchases
- ‘Friendly’ airport porters
- Aggressive direct selling marketers
- Supersize-me offers
The article identifies, one by one, the top money rip-offs people face every day, how one can spot that moment when is smack right in the middle of it, and how to defend one's self from parting with money that can be put to a new and better use.
Preparing to face off with dollar grabbers, whether intentional or due to an honest mistake, is important. The article will teach readers how to prepare for these kinds of awkward financial affairs, win over the usual tricks, and keep their money safe and sound. More details about defending one’s self and pockets from everyday cash heists can be found in “8 Common Money Rip-Off Cases – How To Stay Alert” by FinancesOnline.com.