If you’re like us and you’re sick of listening to Joe Theismann overstate everything on Monday Night Football, this might be the tip for you. Joe seems like he’s just stepped out of the womb, doesn’t he? Every touchdown is a game winner to Joe. Anyway, here’s a feature you didn’t know you were getting when you sunk that cash into a 5.1 system.
Are brand-name items any better than no-name ones? It’s a question that shoppers have been asking themselves since before the markets were super. DigitalFAQ.com has endeavored to enlighten us as to the ways of the blank DVD. Where do they come from? Who makes them? Why are they purple?
This sounds like a nifty HowTo on getting Sprint to give you a few extra bucks off your cellphone bill.
Spotted some good tips on getting out of your cellphone contract, without paying a penalty fee, over at Wiki-How. Most of them we’ve posted already but here’s some new kids on the block.
Sometimes the obvious solutions are hardest to see. This gal felt her monthly $132.07 Comcast cable/internet bill was too high. So she called them and said she wanted to cancel because of the price.
Stop debt collectors before they start. Pay your bills on time, sucka. To help you do that, the Debt Snowball Calculator helps you figure out which ones to pay first. Generally, these are the ones with higher interest rates. The calculator does the math for you, freeing your brain for higher level tasks like applying for more credit cards with your new and improved credit rating.
Shopping at the Dollar Tree could end up costing you a lot. Hundreds of California patrons of the discount store report having money jacked from their debit accounts, reports KCRA. Most likely, this was through the use of cloned ATM cards.
Southwest Airlines has passengers board in three groups, A, B and C, with A’s going first. Here’s an at-home hack we spotted for if your boarding pass says B or C.
How does $500 extra a year sound? And it doesn’t even require stuffing envelopes.
A DSL call center manager emailed in some nifty tricks for getting at the top of the fix list. Many of them are quite sneaky. We like that. Thank you, sneaky Phil.
“The banking industry is less than halfway through this latest scam, which will continue to affect large numbers of cardholders.”
s a nifty way to take master your credit card debt. Punch into John Madea’s free analyzer the APR, minimum monthly payment percentage, the principal and monthly payment.
This question is our own and we’ve yet to find a suitable answer, despite doing a fair amount of research into it. Is there a way to sort search results on Amazon to reflect ‘Amazon-only’ orders? Which is to say, orders that are sold and shipped directly from Amazon?
This is definitely one of those tricks that seems so obvious that there must be a reason few people do it. And there is: It’s a pain in the ass. But when you’re a small business owner who takes a lot of personal checks (and are a stellar record keeper), it’s a pretty great idea.
For many years, I have done computer consulting on the side for various businesses and the dreaded Home User. I’ve since dropped just about all of my home users as I don’t have the time and generally they are a royal pain in the ass.