ConsumerWatch: Sneaky Subscriptions
It's the way a lot of businesses work these days: you buy or try something online and, somehow, you end up enrolled in a subscription plan. Consumer reporter Julie Watts has advice on how to cancel subscriptions you may not even realize you have. (7-15-16)

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