Speaking of Facebook Ad Scams – Enter “The Bradford Exchange” & “The Hamilton Collection”
Posted: December 4, 2021 | Comments: 0'tis the season to buy Christmasy stuff and, of course, Facebook is cashing in on the season as well through advertisements. (Note: If you didn't read my previous post "Facebook “Community Standards” and do not by crap off Facebook ads (bonus!)" please do so now then come back... I'll wait.
Facebook “Community Standards” and do not buy crap off Facebook ads (bonus!)
Posted: December 4, 2021 | Comments: 0You've seen them before, I'm sure. Countless, paid advertisements scrolling on your social media feed, particularly Facebook (or Meta, Metuhhh, whatever it is this month). You can't get rid of them unless you block them one by one. You can't report them because, well, these are Facebook's money makers. Granted,
Unreal Movies during the Pandemic
Posted: May 16, 2021 | Comments: 0During the pandemic, I was able to catch up on some TV series and movies thanks to subscribing to several different streaming services (Netflix, Hulu and others). I was binge watching throughout the furlough from my (previous) employment. Then I found a position with another company. But this is about
Credit and Loan Scams. In debt? Many will help you get into more debt!
Posted: February 28, 2020 | Comments: 0When I mention "loan" in this post, I am not referring to an auto loan or mortgage on a house. Although a few auto loan companies operate with the same mentality as those I mention below, most are legitimate businesses. I am going to focus on the credit and loan
Phrases We Can “literally” Do Without
Posted: January 23, 2020 | Comments: 0The English language (America's version anyway) is always changing. Words are added and removed from the dictionary. People make up their own words and phrases. Some get accepted by society and some don't. There are a few words or phrases that I really cannot stand to hear. They are either