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September 2009

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Wouldn’t it be useful to know when someone in not telling you the truth? This interesting service uses technology has been evaluated by various governmental, security and law enforcement entities and it is easy to use and understand.

Once you have your pin number you just dial the toll-free access number, put in your PIN and provide the destination phone number of the party to be analyzed. Once your call begins, you'll be able to engage in a natural conversation. A buzz is played when the called party is suspected of not telling the truth. In addition you can view a web-based dashboard to watch a truth indicator move as your subject is speaking.

We usually lean toward programs that are free in this column – but this one ignited our curiosity – and the price/value ratio isn’t exorbitant!

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Are you stuck in a cell phone contract and want to get out? Maybe you want to get a snazzy new phone that a different network is offering but have a year to go on your existing agreement – with a penalty that could cost up to $200 to cancel.

These folks have a neat way to help you transfer your contract to another consumer for the remainder of the contract period. You are fully absolved of all responsibility and are free to initiate a new plan with a different carrier. This system also provides an incentive for those looking to start a wireless service plan with a short-term contract and no activation fees that otherwise could run as high as $45.

Kiplinger liked this one. Maybe you can get that snazzy phone after all!

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This happens to us all – and if it hasn't happened yet – it will -- guaranteed! You buy that great appliance, TV, cell phone – whatever. You get a warrantee (say 12 months). Then on the 368th day you decide to call and find out why the frober switch hasn’t been working for the last couple of weeks. You’re "outa luck"!

These folks have a site that will help you avoid this type of dilemma and keep you on top of your warranties. They help you to organize your warranty information on anything you purchase. And you’ll get reminder emails at 3 months, 1 month and 1 week before your warranty expires. This way you can check your item to be sure it is in good working order. If it isn't you will have all the information needed, right in front you, to arrange for warranty service.

Neat site ---and it's on the house!

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Do you habitually fill out the usual form to ship your stuff to the next town -- or around the world? The Wall Street Journal says that to find the best shipping deals we would do well to check this shipping comparison site.

Here you can check rates for your package with Google like ease by comparing the major carriers, including UPS, DHL, FedEx, and the U.S. Postal Service. Just enter your zip code and the zip code for the recipient plus the weight of the package. In a millisecond you’re looking at all of the options available with a neat cost comparison.

Easy way to save—and the nice folks bring this service to you with their complements.

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