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Founded in 1998 and based out of San Francisco, CA, Ebates is an online shopping site where users can earn up to 25% rebates for shopping at specific stores. According to the company’s website,...
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Established in 2011 and based out of Denver, CO, Plink is a rewards system that lets you accumulate points when you make purchases on your debit or credit card and then redeem those points in forms...
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Despite some of the enthusiasm we saw last week, it appears that our participants’ motivation levels have dwindled a bit. Is this due to a decrease in commitment, or is it due to the program itself?
Now that our participants have completed half of their 10-week T25 Challenge, we thought it would be a good time to ask them about their overall impressions, and to gauge their satisfaction levels.
Criminals are turning their eyes toward other large companies, and using their good reputations against them—or as the case may be—against you. In fact, not even Google is safe. A new email phishing scam that involves Google Docs is running rampant.
Green coffee bean extract first appeared on the Dr. Oz show in 2012, where he claimed that “this miracle pill can burn fat fast, for anyone who wants to lose weight.” After this occurred, hundreds of manufacturers jumped on the bandwagon and flooded the market with their green coffee bean extracts, each claiming to be better than the next.
Imagine checking your inbox one morning and finding an apparently legitimate email summoning you to court. You warily open it, and after reading through its contents, it instructs you to download an attachment that contains detailed information about your case. What you don’t realize however, is that as soon as you click “download,” you’ll be infecting your computer with malware.