NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 23, 1998
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(Los Angeles: Dan Lothian) Government auctions and concerns about false advertising examined; auction guides being sold at high prices noted. [Shopper Larry SANDERS - says people won't get a steal.] [FTC director Russell DAMTOFT - says people have been taken for a scam.] [Troy HARBER - says he wants his money back from a man who sold him a guide.] [Productive Marketing attorney David HUGHES - says there is no attempt to mislead.] [US Postal investigator Pamela PRINCE - tells people not to be misguided.] [Car shopper Ken BARNETT - says car bargain claims are exaggerated.]
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