by Lisa Skolnik

Ten years ago, Kathleen Campbell saw the proverbial writing on the wall regarding her 10-year-old son’s spending habits. “He was nickel-and-diming me to death. I was getting so weary of shelling out $2 here and $8 there for every little thing,” she says. The fact that she owned a string of mall kiosks didn’t help matters. “We were always around stores, so he was always shopping,” she explains.

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