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small print

matter in a contract, etc., printed in small type, esp when considered to be a trap for the unwary
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Details of interest payable depend on the small print of the plan.
Most people are unaware of the guidance available and the small print is often extremely small," she said.
the consumer protection group, said: "Health club membership forms can be complicated - but it is essential to read the small print before signing up.
uk of resorting to small print tactics to earn more money from customers.
Companies claim that it is the fault of travellers who don't read the small print, but that is not good enough.
Richard Miner, business advisory partner at PKF, said: 'There are a few interesting announcements buried in the small print which will be a boost to both employers and employees - particularly at a time when National Insurance contributions are going to hit everyone's wallet.
But the small print requires you to pay off your debt in full by a certain date (say one year's time) otherwise you may find yourself paying interest on the full debt, from the time you made the purchase.
A few businesses which signed up for the offer failed to read the small print.
QWHY do some so-called Instant Access Savings accounts have clauses in the small print that seem to give the company a legal right to withhold your money whenever they like?
The large type grabs your attention, and the small print is filled with gobbledygook and price add-ons that can make the bargain more expensive than a full-price deal.
DRIVERS need to check the small print on their car insurance or they could end up out of pocket.

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