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USB Coupon Scanning, Another KeyFob Of Privacy

fesseur (623275) writes | about 8 years ago

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fesseur writes "We all need another keyfob in our pocket or hanging from our belt, and this one will save you money by transferring coupon bar codes from your reliable hometown newspaper right to your favorite grocer, along with who knows what other personal info. An article from FSB Magazine reported on the web at CNNMoney.com. FROM THE ARTICLE: "We're taking the paper out of the cycle," says Chetty, 45, adding that today's coupons pass through eight pairs of hands between the consumer and store reimbursement, a process that can take four months and costs an average of 24 cents a coupon."

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