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90 days ago

Wow! You took the words right out of my mouth! Their videos appear to be cult like with thousands deceived. I've had friends get stars in their eyes when they see the expensive cars and all the pay check pictures that are posted. It kind of makes me sad. Thousands of filipinos "invest" their 12,000 P (or what ever the start up scam fee is) and think that they will be the next millionaire. Yikes. It's only a matter of time before this company fades away and the next big "business opportunity" will be here. Aye yie yie.

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126 days ago

I attended Phillips junior Business College in Augusta Ga in 1984-1986. I graduated. I am now attemptin to obtain my Bachelor's degree. If ANYONE can assist me on who to call, where those transcripts are, please get back with me. Thank You

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235 days ago

Tab Low country is a real big brand in consulting services regarding all types of business ranging from low to small. The main purpose of this to give complete satisfaction to regarding clients and grow up their business. It gives long term association to the business until it achieved the proposed heights.

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254 days ago

The Dawn dish liquid - the non-concentrated one - is missing that fresh crisp scent it once had decades ago. Now it has a sharp, irritating odor. It's still tough on grease though and it cleaned the inside of my stove-top pretty well; it gave the surface area a real nice shine. I miss the original, original Dawn dish liquid.

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356 days ago

I love EBAY! There are some really great things about EBAY. First as a buyer, Man you can find ANYTHING on EBAY! And I do mean anything. Looking for that barbie doll that you loved as a child? Bet EBAY has it. Or maybe it's a figurine that your grandmother had? Look on EBAY. Want a Renasaince wedding dress? My sister bought a beautiful one for less than $200.00. Do you collect things? Vintage toys? Cookie jars? German antiques? Check out EBAY. I've bought so much stuff on EBAY that I wouldn't have been able to get at a mall or department store. Some of the things I've bought are toys from my childhood, a German cuckoo clock that was exactly like one my mom had when I was little, out of print or vintage books, movies, custom made clothes for my daughters (often used so they were a fraction of the price of new ones), antiques, a gas tank for my husbands motorcycle. That was a great find. I bought my daughter a used laptop with a 2 year warranty for $90.00! Lately I've been checking out Wii games and you can find great older games for just a few bucks or sometimes a few cents apiece. And if you pay with PayPal you are completely protected if something arrives broken.

There are some TIPS to shopping on EBAY. First to get really great deals be patient. Say you are looking for a 1983 vintage Crystal Barbie Doll. You don't have to bid on the first one you find. Ones that will end at odd times sometimes go cheaper. Also don't get caught up in a bidding war. Remember more than likely there will be another one. Sometimes though if you find something that you really love and it was very hard to find you might want to jump on it. I'm still kicking myself over the vintage Dresden Lace figurine I passed up. Finally, and this is very important ALWAYS check the sellers feedback!

Plus if you have stuff laying around that you want to get rid of selling on EBAY beats garage sells hands down. You usually make more and you don't have to sit around outside in the 100 degree heat! If you use good judgement and common sense shopping and selling on EBAY can be lots of fun and profitable. I know there are other auction sites but I don't really think they can compare to the sheer volume of stuff that EBAY has.

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469 days ago

Really simple business model when you think about it: steal other people's online content, let users organize it for you for free, then charge other people to get the resultant clicks. Same can be applied to Pinterest (online scrapbooking company that recently received a $1.5 BILLION VALUATION) or other companies in the same sector where calculating revenues is art at best. Yes, it's an utter sham, BS'ing prices into the stratosphere, but that's what drives our economy nowadays in several areas.

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479 days ago

Personally, I don't care for Apple products, but you can't deny their stamp on turning millions of people into zombies. Call me crazy, but I like cds and all I do is talk on my cell phone.

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479 days ago

Having been through two marital craterings, a couple of business start-ups, a complex partnership agreement and a moderately complex contract negotiation, it is my opinion that this is something it does not pay to scrimp on.

This is one time that not spending money often costs you far more further down the road.

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479 days ago

There was a time when you bought an apple you knew exactly what you were getting for your money - fruit.

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479 days ago

A year and a half ago, I purchased a 55" HDTV from Samsung. Everything worked as it should have, then one day vertical lines suddenly appeared on the screen. At the time, I believed that it was a mainboard problem because the HDMI ports felt loose. I should mention that I rarely, if ever, touched the cables.

I called Samsung support, and they charged us $60 to send a technician to diagnose the problem. He took a 30 second look at it and decided it must be the panel, even though I was insistent about the HDMI ports. I figured that the technician probably knew more than I did so I ended up contacting the repair department to have a new panel installed. They offered to replace the panel, specifically stating that we wouldn't have to pay anything, part or labor.

In came the same technician, who just replaced the panel. The problem persisted, and he finally came to the realization that the issue lies in the mainboard due to loose HDMI ports. He then proceeded to charge us $160 for labor. So now I'm out $220 and still have a broken TV with a mainboard that is NOT covered because Samsung misdiagnosed the problem. On top of that, getting through to their repair service department on the phone has proven very difficult.

You would think that an HDTV costing over $1,500 would last longer than 18 months of moderate use, that Samsung could send someone who could accurately diagnose the problem, and that they would fix it after charging you $220 for repairs.

I used to be a fan of Samsung, having bought several product from them, but I can't recommend them anymore. If they treat their loyal customers like this, then it's time to find companies that can deliver on their products.

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