United States
March 6, 2013 1:41pm CST
I was looking at an advertisement yesterday that really looked good but reading on I found I had to sign a contract for two years and in fine print I read that my cost would go up during the second year. I figured with the cost of the set up and the increase during the second year that I wouldn't save anything. What problems have you encountered when not reading the fine print?
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@blackrusty (3530)
• Mexico
6 Mar 13
some time i have issues with the small print even with reading glasses so very hard to read it and i think that is how they get you make it so that you cant even read it
• United States
7 Mar 13
The utilities company put a stamp on my bill this time saying I had to pay earlier than the normal due date. I hardly noticed it because it was so light but then thought I had better put it under a bright light and see what it said. It was due at least 2 days before the due date. I really chewed them out for that because I am sure there are other old people who won't even see the stamp.
• Mexico
7 Mar 13
i vote for every thing being in large print for those that need it but opon request
@flowerchilde (12547)
• United States
11 Mar 13
Oh yes! the tinier the print the more important it might be to read it!