If you’ve ever been burnt when you’ve bought something online, Gus over at Lifehacker has pointed out that a new website, econsumer.gov, has launched to help consumers who have experienced dodgy online retailers. It’s backed by consumer agencies from 25 countries, too, so you know that there’s some real muscle behind it. Definitely worth knowing about… [econsumer.gov via Lifehacker]
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