CHESTERFIELD, Mo. -- Citing unspecified complaints, Dierbergs Markets here tested, but then decided it would withdraw prepaid psychic phone cards, said a company source who asked to remain anonymous. The retailer set the product in all 15 Dierbergs video departments July 3, according to Ken Howard, senior vice president for supplier American Design Group, Webster Groves, Mo. Initial verbal reports indicated the cards were doing well at Dierbergs, said Howard, who was unaware of Dierbergs ...

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