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Posted by: George Metaxas, 6/30/04, 5:35 p.m.

Work-at-home scheme

The Better Business Bureau has issued a consumer alert. The BBB is warning you to beware of those emails, classified ads or flyers promising easy money for Internet site ownership. Here are the warning signs: Overstated claims of effectiveness and use of hype titles, like "hot," which are often code words for adult sites, exaggerated claims of potential earnings, profits or part-time earnings, claims of "inside" information, need money for instructions or merchandise before telling you how the plan operates and says "no experience necessary."
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  • UPDATE: Brad issues statement about #JusticeForBradsWife vs. Cracker Barrel movement

    UPDATE: Brad issues statement about #JusticeForBradsWife vs. Cracker Barrel movement

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    So far, Cracker Barrel has not responded to requests for comment. (Source: Eli Christman on flickr.com)So far, Cracker Barrel has not responded to requests for comment. (Source: Eli Christman on flickr.com)

    Why did Cracker Barrel fire Brad's wife? It's really no one's business, other than Brad's and his wife's, but that hasn't stopped people around the world from demanding answers after a Harrison County, IN, man publicly asked the restaurant chain why his wife Nanette was let go from her job at the Cracker Barrel in Corydon.

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    Why did Cracker Barrel fire Brad's wife? It's really no one's business, other than Brad's and his wife's, but that hasn't stopped people around the world from demanding answers after a Harrison County, IN, man publicly asked the restaurant chain why his wife Nanette was let go from her job at the Cracker Barrel in Corydon.

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