Why do I have to pay for shipment of a goods which falls under a Sales on Approval Contracts....
Imagine I was offered to try a product but then I have to foot the expense for shipment even if I intend to return the goods with in the trial period. I thought the [UCC 2- 327] protected me as the buyer in that I risk of loss and expense for shipment would rest with the seller?
by Tony 8 years ago
with the number of jobs being lost due to companies outsourcing manufacturing overseas to china and the like, would you be willing to pay more for your goods to keep the jobs here?
by Susan Reid 6 years ago
Wow. 500,000 households making more than $100K per year and 7,000 millionaires paid no income tax in 2011.Do they consider themselves "victims" do we suppose?Are they lost causes who will never "take personal responsibility and care for their lives"Excerpt followed by...
by Michael Willis 7 years ago
Woke up this morning to check the e-mail...and it was there.The dreaded e-mail of notification that my contract would be voided and I would no longer be able to make any money from the affiliate program!I was hoping something would change. Although it was not any real income to speak of, but any...
by molometer 4 years ago
Why Are Women Still Paid Less Than Men. What Has Happened To Equal Rights For Women?We have had the equal pay act since the 1970's and yet women still earn a third less than their male counterparts. Why is this discrimination still happening?And more importantly why is nobody talking about it?
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