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I HAVE TO MAKE A PROJECT ON CONSUMER AWARENESS . CAN I GET SOME MATERIAL FOR WRITING AND ONE CASE OF CONSUMER EXPLOITATION?


Each monthly issue of Consumer Reports has a section devoted to false advertising and fraud. It is called "Selling It". There are usually four to six examples, as I recall. Your library probably has back issues.

Some examples can be found at
http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/selling/selling-it-october-2006/1006_selling-it_ov_1.htm

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