SHOW #53 (April 5, 2015)
THE BEST (AND WORST) SUPERMARKETS.
Also: How to leak-proof your house, the pros & cons of gasoline credit cards, imposter scams and how to tell if that pet hazard fact or rumor.
 

         
     
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TODAY: Many Supermarkets Still Fall Short on 'Fresh,' Survey Shows

Porch.com: Fix Leaks & Start Saving Money

Porch.com: How to Keep Your Home Safe While on Vacation

CreditCards.com: Gas Card Survey Finds Pedestrian Rewards

NBC News: These 'Imposter' Scams Are No April Fools' Joke

You can check on questionable phone calls, text messages, letters or email by calling the Better Business Bureau at 206-431-2222, the Federal Trade Commission at 877-382-4357, The Washington State Attorney General's Office at 800-551-4636 or AARP's Fraud Watch Helpline at 877-908-3360.

Vetstreet.com: 8 Internet Rumors That Really Annoy This Vet

Snopes.com: Beneful Dog Food

BobSullivan.net: Beneful lawsuit: Sure sounds scary, but pet owners should do their own research


The MoveMORE 5K & 1 Mile Run/Walks are family-friendly events to support multiple myeloma research. This year's event in Seattle takes place on Sunday, June 28 at Magnuson Park. Click here for more information or to register.

 


 

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