The Federal Trade Commission last week warned that some manufacturers of
Christmas cards are cheating buyers by putting fictitiously high price
tags on their boxes of cards. The practice allows retailers to strike
out the manufacturer's price and write in a phony "lower" price,
creating the illusion of a bargain. Season's greetings.
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