Should I buy a mink coat on credit? Thinking out loud
Argued recently with one girl. The subject of our dispute was the question: “Should I buy a mink coat on credit?” This is not about the very possibility of such…

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Should I buy a mink coat on credit? Thinking out loud
Argued recently with one girl. The subject of our dispute was the question: “Should I buy a mink coat on credit?” This is not about the very possibility of such…

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How to get rid of shopaholism?
A new phenomenon that appeared not so long ago, “helping” others to waste their time and money, is called shopping in the West. Translated into the great and mighty Russian,…

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Should I buy a mink coat on credit? Thinking out loud

Argued recently with one girl. The subject of our dispute was the question: “Should I buy a mink coat on credit?” This is not about the very possibility of such a transaction – it is obvious. And about expediency. If there is no money for a luxury item, is it worth it to go into debt to get it? Spectral-Design Shutterstock.com Maybe it is worth buying a fur coat from a muton, which is five times cheaper, or a down jacket? These things are also warm and beautiful. Continue reading

How to protect against fraudsters when shopping in online stores?

A recent survey of Americans on the eve of Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday showed that 96% of shoppers are concerned about the possibility of identity theft. This year’s share of anxiety is almost two thirds more than in the past. Can you protect yourself from scammers and make online shopping not only fast and convenient, but also safe? Continue reading

How do supermarkets trade? Pass to return
Notice that industrial and household goods in the hypermarket are located not far from the entrance? This is because a buyer aimed at buying food, putting bread and milk in…

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Price tags and supermarkets. How did Frank Woolworth create them?
We are so used to price tags and supermarkets that we can’t imagine modern trade without them. We think it always has been. Reads Yuri Bering No, no, and again…

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