Ye can, with your young eyes, read the small print
of the lies from here.
It means they are trying to sell us something we don't need, so in order to make it more attractive, they lie about it, then admit they were lying the whole time - in the small print
I have tried for a long time to read the small print
, and the older I get, the harder it becomes.
The research also looked at the length of the small print
surrounding some bank accounts.
The scam listings are absolutely worthless and my advice is to read all the small print
on any free offers carefully before signing.
Freeman Despite paying pet insurance premiums, Mr Freeman's wife Stephanie was told they had not complied with the small print
The small print
of the Pre-Budget Report is coming under scrutiny as economists try to work out the full implications of Alistair Darling's strategy to bring down the country's Au178 billion annual deficit.
Check the small print
You need detail of exactly what the pounds 80 is for and where in the small print
it states you are liable.
Just look at the small print
of Gordon Brown's official statistics, uncovered this week by the think tank, IPPR.
I know most of the companies say it's in the small print
Victims don't even know they're at risk because exceptions are hidden in the small print
of contracts, a Commons watchdog warns.
Combining text which is barely readable with misuse of gravity, the headline is unintentionally buried better than the small print
in a legal contract
The small print
reads, 'Travellers riding up the Snowdon mountain railway may experience communication problems.
Corporate tax partner at Grant Thornton, John Hodgson, said: "For all the Chancellor's encouraging words, the small print
reveals that there are relatively few immediate boosts to business.