Jun 16 2010
This is really how you save your job.
Jun 11 2010
This would be the flying school that you would like to avoid.
Jun 20 2008
May 02 2008
Every time I try to pay my ATT bill it’s always a hassle. Their automated message systems and the people are extremely incomptennt. Here’s how my call went.
It took 18 minutes and four different operators to pay my bill.
This isn’t the first time, I’ve been juggled around the ATT support network; they’re so big that they can’t give the correct training to all their employees. ATT has at least 20 different numbers that you can call, but odds are none of them will get you to where you need to be.
Apr 30 2008
I’m sure ya’ll have heard of Facebook, but check out studivz.net and xiaonei.com. Do you notice anything similar? Well, both sites are 100% knockoffs of Facebook. The interesting thing about both those sites is, they’re making a lot of money.
Studivz is the German equivalent of Facebook and is the 120th most visited site on the internet. Xianonei is the Chinese version and isn’t far off from Studivz, being the 370th most visited site. What’s funny is Xianonei is almost completely like Facebook; it even has the same color scheme.
I don’t know much about international law, but if either of those companies were US based, they would be cooked alive by Facebook. But since both sites are based outside of USA, I’m assuming anything goes; Xiaonei was actually purchased in 2006 for some big bucks and Facebook didn’t do anything!
Usually people build on ideas, but Studivz and Xiaonei show how it’s possible to even make money if you just totally steal an idea.
Apr 26 2008
#1. All their cards have all the rewards and benefits that Visa and Mastercard provide, whether it’s 1% cash back or airplane mileage.
#2. If you buy something, below $300, and the merchant refuses to refund your money, Amex will pay you for it; however, you can only redeem up to $1000 a year doing this.
#3. If you buy something with a warranty Amex will match that warranty, up to a one full year.
#4. Most cards have travel insurance. In case you get sick or die, while traveling, Amex willÂ pay the covered person up to 1.5 million for their loss. It depends on what type of card you have. In case of “loss ofÂ one hand and one foot” the coverage is between 50,000 to 1,500,000.
#5. When you rent a car with a qualifying Amex card, you’ll be covered under their Car Retnal Loss and Damage Insurance Plan. So you don’t need to buy insurance from the car renter!
#6. Don’t be scared to lose your bags when you travel, because Amex has Baggage Insurance. Eligible members are allowed to claim $500 for checked bags, and $1250 for carry-on baggage.
The thing you have to realize about all these benefits is that you have to use your Amex card! So you can’t rent a car with a Visa and expect Amex will pay for it.