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(KHON) – Reading the fine print of a contract can be a daunting task, but here’s yet another reason to read before you sign. “In many cases, consumers are being challenged in leaving reviews on review sites or sharing their opinion of what interactions they had with businesses, because they’ve signed contracts or agreements with…

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