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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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has admitted that United States Secretary Michael Pompeo previously told him to "read the fine prints" when dealing with China.
Qualifications which explain the terms and conditions of a deal must be prominent and not only in fine print, so that consumers understand what the deal involves, Mr Featherston said.
Watch out for: * Offers for "free" trips, or travel prices that are too good to be true * Fake travel websites * Hidden costs in package deals - read the fine print! * Requests for personal information As with any online purchase, check the URL of the site you're on.
FeeBelly is a fine print detective app for consumers and businesses, using cloud-based hidden fees keyword optimization specific to document-type and flag anything that needs attention.
"I think a section of the Congress leaders need to start reading the fine print, rather than accepting everything that their...
Hadjiyiannis said in most cases, the fine print on the contracts allowed the banks to charge for the re-evaluation.
RAY: If you don't feel capable of doing a "close read'' of the warranty's fine print by yourself, then it's worth paying an independent mechanic you trust to read it and go over it with you.
The format also intends to highlight facts that are often missed by consumers in fine print.
The huge bill furnishes the fine print for the bipartisan pact approved in December that set overall spending levels for the next couple of years.
Caramadre helped McAuliffe place a bet on the dying man based on a loophole the estate planner had sniffed out in the fine print of insurance annuities.
However, if you read the fine print, you discover this only relates to visits Police Scotland deem to be "core demands".
Yes, the fine print of a tenancy contract may prohibit commercial activity.