Tip of the Week: Prevent problems happening

(15/09/2014) Tip of the Week: prevention is better than the cure

It is always advisable to buy goods and services from reputable companies. For starters, you are less likely to encounter a problem worthy of complaint – cowboys invariably mean trouble. Furthermore, if something does go wrong, you are far more likely to obtain a decent response from a company with a good reputation to protect. If a bargain sounds too good to be true, the general rule of thumb is that it is precisely that: too good to be true. Avoid it.

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