To address the needs of an ever-more-complex marketplace, Mark Green and co-author Nancy Youman have completely revised and updated The Consumer Bible, and added four chapters of all-new material. Green, a former top associate of Ralph Nader and current Public Advocate for the City of New York, incorporates new tips, strategies, and on-line information to guide consumers to the get the best in essential goods and services, and to avoid scams and schemes. The 65 chapters cover it all: food, health care, insurance, financial services including on-line trading, automobiles, travel and vacations, lawyers, outlet shopping, cable and direct satellite television, tax-preparation software, organic produce, buying a computer--even the best and worst times to purchase a product or service.
And the authors and publisher so believe in this book that it comes with a guarantee: You'll save money with The Consumer Bible or get your money back. It demands to be placed at the top of every shopper's list.
48,000 copies in print.
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PRAISE FOR THE FIRST EDITION
"THIS BOOK IS LIKE MONEY SAVED..
...a giant peace-of-mind reference by one who was the best consumer law enforcement official in the country." - Ralph Nader
"The most comprehensive, insightful book available about how consumers can save money." - Stephen Brobeck,
Executive Director, Consumer Federation of America
"The Dr. Spock of consumer books." - Esther Peterson, Consumer Advisor to Presidents Kennedy and Nixon
"Ambitious.leads the reader through contemporary marketplace from airline tickets to water quality." - Los Angeles Times
Take the experts' word for it - this is an essential guide for every wary consumer. In 65 lively chapters, consumer authority Mark Green explains how to see through the hype and become an intelligent, informed shopper. From saving on essential goods and services to avoiding scams and schemes, here is everything you need to know. Used for every purchase, THE CONSUMER BIBLE, now completely revised and updated, is like giving your family a 20% pay raise - effective now.About the Author:
After serving as the highly effective Consumer Affairs Commissioner of New York City (1990-93), Mark Green was elected and re-elected the City's first Public Advocate--the ombudsman for resolving citizen complaints against government bureaucracy and inefficiency. He is the author of the million-copy bestseller Who Run Congress?.
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