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October 16th, 2011
04:25 AM ET

How to Complain and Get Service

If you're the type who opens a bill and pays it - without looking beyond what you owe - watch this interview with financial lifestyle expert Clyde Anderson. And look for Clyde's segments in the 7 o'clock hour of CNN Saturday Mornings with T.J. Holmes.


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  1. Bill Schmoll

    It seems every one is so busy campaigning,or protesting that they can't see the recovery action that might resolve our economy and security problems. We need security in the U.S.A, quick to slow down the riots,prortesters,or whatever.
    Why can't we bring home most of those military people we have scattered all over the world, and then they can protect OUR U.S.A. We are already paying their salaries,so no extra expence there. That 447 billions planned for something could be used to transport them here with their equipment. Then those military people could guard our boarders, shores, air and calm down the terrorst that threaten us alone with the rioters. Thier salaries would be spent here, creating more jobs as each dollar spent rotates at least three times. We could soon start paying that tremendous debt we have plus keep our social security strong,as well as medicare. Jus think of the jobs all that would create. Our country could be strong again IF we can find a good leader, along with a coperating congress.

    October 17, 2011 at 7:41 pm |
  2. Dorothy Auston

    give Carol Costello a desk job. Her voice is awful she giggles at things that are not funny, and can ask the dumbest questions

    August 6, 2015 at 10:14 am |

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