A Radical Shift in Advertising That Targets You
"Native Advertising"—disguising a one-sided sales pitch to look like valuable information—has been around for decades.
Though advertisers may deny it, the hidden purpose of native advertising has always been pretty clear to FoolProof and many other consumer advocates: to trick you into accepting potentially faulty information as truthful information.
If you're like us, one thing you hate is looking like a fool—to either your friends or any adults. And although you may not know it yet, lots of adults and businesses make fools of people our age. A lot of businesses even make a lot of money making fools of us.
CUHQ gives you a heads-up on the real world as you head to college or a job.
The Feel Good Factor of Saving!
Saving has a huge "feel good" factor attached to it. Saving money can have a very positive and rewarding effect on you. Saving makes you feel like you've really accomplished something.