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I am a bargain-hunting frugalista of the highest degree. If there’s a deal to be had, a dollar to be saved, or a discount to be taken advantage of, I will sniff it out, and I will probably gloat to my husband afterwards about how much I’ve managed to save us.
But sometimes, as much as I hate to admit it, you have to pay more to get a product or service that will actually be worth your hard-earned money. It’s a lesson I’ve learned the hard way.
My Way-Too-Good-To-Be True Deal
The Aftermath (and How It Should Be Done)
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