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Top stories on this blog for 2015

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It’s rewarding to be able to reach so many readers with consumer news through blogging. I’ve just passed the 1 million page views mark on my two blogs. Since 2008, I’ve written 4,200 articles.

I’ve been busy as 2016 unfolds, especially writing articles about huge fines to corporations for various kinds of fraud. So, I’ve been a bit behind in reporting on the top stories on my blog for 2015.

Here’s the list:

1. “Consumers More Satisfied Doing Business With Credit Unions, Online Banks, and Smaller Banks, Survey Shows”

2. “Study Linking Antidepressants to Autism Shows Big Pharma, Feds Need to Do a Better Job Protecting Consumers"

3. “Carcinogens Found in Regular and Diet Coke and Pepsi, Consumer Group Says”

4. “Do You Have a Credit Card With a Chip?”

5. “My Predictions for Consumers for 2015”

6. “Use Sunscreen: Two Consumer Groups Offer Different Methods for Picking the Right One”

7. “Chase to Pay $136 Million in Fines for Illegal Debt Collection Practices and Return $50 Million to Consumers”

8. “Drugstore Survey Finds Shocking Price Differences for Widely Used Prescription Drugs”

9. “Tips for Avoiding Problems With Gift Cards”

10. “Two Months After Oct. 1 Deadline, Most Retailers Aren’t Able to Read Credit Cards With Chips, Survey Shows”

Thank you for your support during 2015 and since I began blogging in 2008.

Copyright 2016, Rita R. Robison, Consumer Specialist

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