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Thursday, November 27, 2014

Cyber Monday online new Scams exposed (commonsense will save money)


New Tips to Escape Cyber Monday online Scams in 2014

Use your common sense to save your well-earned money on cyber Monday Dec 1st 2014
This is my new article on this year Black Friday and cyber Monday. In this article you will see how to Escape Cyber Monday Scams.

... -violent holiday sale shopping. Yes, we can't wait for Cyber Monday

The frenzy of limited time offers, last minute sales and one-click shopping, it can be difficult to stay secure while you shop online, particularly on days like Cyber Monday. Last year, consumers spent about 2 billion dollars on Cyber Monday, up 20% from 2013. Industry experts predict this season will see even more growth. Coupled with the boom in sales is a predicted increase in the amount and severity of online scamming and data theft.

1. Don't Click on Pop-up Ads

Though it may seem obvious, malicious pop-up ads still pose one of the largest threats to web shoppers. Research studies have shown that a large amount of consumers will click on the account regardless of its message. Be mindful of what pop-ups say, it could be evidence of a security threat.

2. Keep Software Up-To-Date

Though many systems automatically update your software as new features become available, it's important to keep your programs as current as possible. To avoid security holes, update apps and software minimally once weeks, as newer versions appear.

3. Use Strong Passwords

An essential part of online security in any sense is using strong passwords. This means no birthdays, dog names or variations of "1234" for any of your accounts.

4. Install Antivirus and Anti-Spyware software

When shopping, you don't want others to be able to track what sites you're visiting and what information you're entering online. If you need help choosing, check out our guide here: 5 Best Free Antivirus Software Options.

5. Enable 'Timeouts' on Mobile

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Experts think that more and more consumers are doing the bulk of their holiday shopping on mobile phones. If you're one of those consumers, make sure to enable a lock screen password, in case your device is lost or stolen. "If your phone isn't timed out, you're leaving the keys to your kingdom to whoever picks it up.

6. Use a Secure Connection

Expert recommends that any and all online financial transactions take place through a secure, private Wi-Fi connection, as opposed to using the more vulnerable free Wi-Fi in a coffee shop or library.

7. Avoid Email Advertisements

Your inbox is likely swarming with holiday promotions from your entire favorite (and likely least favorite) brands. To avoid being hacked, the CIS recommends you always enter the shop's URL in your browser, rather than following the links contained in an email.
Cyber Monday Online Deals

8. Shop at Companies You Know

Before you buy from a merchant on Amazon, Etsy or Ebay, check their rating and number of sales. Make sure they have good return policies and clearly posted contact information. If worried, you can always check on a business’s legitimacy through the Better Business Bureau.

9. Use Credit, Not Debit

There are more security protections on your credit card that may not exist while using your debit card, should your info be taken

10. Ensure Your Site Is Secure

If you are entering your financial information on a webpage, make sure the URL begins with "https" as opposed to "http" or has a lock in your browser's search bar.


11. Be Wary of Charity Sites

Though the holidays are frequently the most popular time to make donations to charity, consumers must check the legitimacy of your charity's website. Fraudulent sites pop up during disasters and holidays like clockwork. Be alert

12. Check Your Location and Privacy Settings

Many apps and websites will automatically share your GPS location by default. If your entire family is out of the house, broadcasting your location might not be the best idea. Sometimes, apps will change your settings once downloaded. Check what services your downloads have access to in your phone's privacy settings.

13. Check Your Statements Frequently

Expert thinks that, some hackers will do very low level theft once obtaining your information, charging small amounts to your credit card to avoid detection. Stay on top of your account statements and keep a record of how much you spend and where.

14. Add Browser Extensions and Security Apps

Pop-up blockers and malware detection extensions will add an extra layer to your security this season.
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Wednesday, November 19, 2014

All TOP Black Friday Deals of 2014 (save a lot in Walmart, Bestbuy and Sears)


Hottest Black Friday Deals of 2014

This is my second article on black Friday deals. In this one you will sea top deals from Walmart to sears…..

Top WalMart Black Friday Deals

 All TOP Black Friday Deals of 2014 (save a lot in Walmart, Bestbuy and Sears)
Wal-Mart Black Friday WalMart Black Friday Ad! Wal-Mart is offering One Hour Guarantee on Black Friday Deals. Some of the hottest deals are highlighted below:

•WalMart One-Hour Guarantee on Black Friday
•HP Intel Celeron 15.6-inch Touch Laptop for $249.00
•RCA 7-in Google Play Wi-Fi Tablet for $29.00
•XBox One Halo: The Master Chief Collection Bundle + $30 Gift Card for $329.00
•50-inch 1080p 60Hz LED HDTV for $218.00

 Best Buy Top Black Friday deals

Some of the hottest deals are highlighted below:

•Panasonic 50-inch 60Hz 1080p LED TV for $199.99
•$100 Off All iPad Air 2 Models - Apple iPad Air 2 16GB Tablet for $399.99
•Dell Inspiron 15.6" Touch-Screen Laptop w/ Intel Core i3 for $299.99
•Beats by Dr. Dre - Beats Solo HD On-Ear Headphones for $79.99
•SanDisk Cruzer Glide 128GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive for $27.99
•iPad Mini 3 16GB for $324.99
•Xbox One 500GB Console Kinect Assasins Creed: Unity Bundle + Free Controller for $429.99
All TOP Black Friday Deals of 2014 (save a lot in Walmart, Bestbuy and Sears)

Top Target Black Friday Deals

Store opens at 6PM on Thanksgiving in the states where NOT prohibited by law. Some of the hottest deals are highlighted below:

•Element 40" LED HDTV for $119.00
•Beats by Dre Solo HD Drenched for $97.00
•Xbox One 500GB Console Bundle w/Assassins Creed Unity and Black Flag w/$50 Target Gift Card for $329.99
•Apple iPad Air 2 16GB (Silver) w/ $140 Gift Card for $499.00
•Westinghouse 48-inch 1080p LED HDTV for $235.00
•Playstation 4 500GB Console Bundle for $399.00
•GoPro HERO3+ w/ $50 Gift Card for $249.99

Amazon TOP Black Fridays deals

All TOP Black Friday Deals of 2014 (save a lot in Walmart, Bestbuy and Sears)
The following deals will be available to all customers in the coming weeks:

- Savings of 40% or more on select Star Wars toys, Mickey and Minnie, Crayola and Disney Princess toys
- Save up to 35% on Green Toys
- Save $150 on the Canon EOS Rebel T5i DSLR
- Save more than 50% off Analon cookware sets
- Save up to 70% off Cuisinart cookware sets
- Save 50% off SodaStream Fountain Jet Home Soda Maker Starter Kit
- Save up to 50% off all the tools you need for the perfect Thanksgiving
- Save 60% off Paderno Three Blade Slicer
- Braun electric shavers starting at 30% off
- Save $250 or more on Samsung Baby Care Washers
- Save 50% on Philips Avent classic gift sets
- Save 50% or more on the Levana Sophia Video Baby Monitor
- Up to 75% off select One Industries Motorcycle Helmets
- Up to 40% off select Jeep and truck accessories, including Husky, Heininger, and Rugged Ridge
- $25 off Makita tools, on select orders over $100
- Free App of the Day Bundle


JCPenney TOP Black Friday  Deals


All TOP Black Friday Deals of 2014 (save a lot in Walmart, Bestbuy and Sears)

Some of the hottest deals are highlighted below:

•JCPenney Coupon: $10 Off $10 or More (While supplies last)
•Small Kitchen Appliances (Assorted) for $9.99 (After $10 MIR)
•Disney Mini Character Plush for $4.99
•Farberware 40-pc. Cutlery & Tools Set for $19.99 (After MIR)

Kohls Black Friday TOP Deals

iRobot Roomba 620 Vacuuming Robot + Free $50 Kohls Cash for $280.49
KitchenAid KSB1575 Diamond Vortex Blender for $97.49
Disney Frozen Elsa & Anna Toddler Girls' Winter Boots for $25.49
Shark Plus S3550 Steam Pocket Mop + Free $10 Kohls Cash for $67.99

Sears Black Friday TOP Deals

Nakamichi Bluetooth Wireless Headphones BTHP02 + Free $20 SYWR Points for $39.99
Craftsman 16882 1/2in. Impact Wrench for $24.99
Remington MPT-3000 Precisin Trimmer Detailer for $8.99
NordicTrack T 6.5 S Treadmill 25016 for $519.99
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Monday, November 10, 2014

Tricks to eat healthy on Thanksgiving and other holidays


Eat healthy on Thanksgiving and other holidays

Thanksgiving and Xmas only comes around once a year, so why not go ahead and eat a lot?. Year after year, most of us pack on at least a pound (some gain more) during the holidays -- and keep the extra weight permanently.
But Thanksgiving and Xmas does not have to harm your weight, experts say. With a little know-how, you can satisfy your desire for traditional favorites and still enjoy a guilt-free holiday’s feast.

Tricks to eat healthy on Thanksgiving and other holidays

Please do not miss your Breakfast

While you might think it makes sense to save up calories for the big meal, experts say eating a small meal in the morning can give you more control over your appetite. Start your day with a small but satisfying breakfast -- such as an egg with a slice of whole-wheat toast, or a bowl of whole-grain cereal with low-fat milk -- so you won't be starving when you arrive at the gathering.
Eating a nutritious meal with protein and fiber before you arrive takes the edge off your appetite and allows you to be more discriminating in your food and beverage choices.



Use healthy fat free recipes

Whether you are hosting Thanksgiving dinner or bringing a few dishes to share, make your recipes healthier with less fat, sugar, and calories. There is more sugar and fat in most recipes than is needed, and no one will notice the difference if you skim calories by using lower calorie ingredients.


Tricks to eat healthy on Thanksgiving and other holidays

Here are some cool suggestions:

Use fat-free chicken broth to baste the turkey and make gravy.
Use sugar substitutes in place of sugar and/or fruit purees instead of oil in baked goods.
Reduce oil and butter wherever you can.
Try plain yogurt or fat-free sour cream in creamy dips, mashed potatoes, and casseroles.

Portions control is good idea

Thanksgiving and Xmas time food tables are bountiful and beautiful displays of traditional family favorites. Before you fill your plate, survey the buffet table and decide what you're going to choose. Then select reasonable-sized portions of foods you cannot live without.
Don't waste your calories on foods that you can have all year long. Fill your plate with small portions of holiday favorites that only come around once a year so you can enjoy desirable, traditional foods.

Tricks to eat healthy on Thanksgiving and other holidays

Slow and study wins the race

Eating slowly, putting your fork down between bites, and tasting each mouthful is one of the easiest ways to enjoy your meal and feel satisfied with one plate full of food, experts say. Choosing whole grains, fruits, vegetables, broth-based soups, salads, and other foods with lots of water and fiber add to the feeling of fullness.
Spread out the food and fun all day long. Some family on Thanksgiving gathering, they schedule dessert after a walk, while watching a movie together.


Control your Alcohol intake

Don't forget those alcohol calories that can add up quickly. Have a glass of wine or a wine spritzer and between alcoholic drinks, (or) enjoy sparkling, this way you stay hydrated, limit alcohol calories, and stay sober.

Be Realistic about weight maintenance instead of weight loss.

The holiday season is a time for celebration. With busy schedules and so many extra temptations, this is a good time to strive for weight maintenance instead of weight loss.
Shift from a mindset of weight loss to weight maintenance, You will be ahead of the game if you can avoid gaining any weight over the holidays.


Focus more on Family and Friends relationships

Thanksgiving is not just about the delicious bounty of food. It's a time to celebrate relationships with family and friends. The main event should be family and friends socializing, spending quality time together, not just what is on the dinner table.


Avoid the Second round

Try to resist the temptation to go back for second serving. Leftovers are much better the next day, and if you limit yourself to one plate, you are less likely to overeat and have more room for a delectable dessert.


Choose the Best Bets on the Buffet food choices

While each of us has our own favorites, keep in mind that some holiday foods are better choices than others. White turkey meat, plain vegetables, roasted sweet potatoes, mashed potatoes, defatted gravy, and pumpkin pie tend to be the best bets because they are lower in fat and calories. But if you keep your portions small, you can enjoy whatever you like.

Burn more calories before holidays

Create a calorie deficit by exercising to burn off extra calories before you ever indulge in your favorite foods. Eat less and exercise more is the winning formula to prevent weight gain during the holidays. Increase your steps or lengthen your fitness routine the weeks ahead and especially the day of the feast.
Experts recommends fitness a family adventure, Take a walk early in the day and then again after dinner. It is a wonderful way for families to get physical activity and enjoy the holiday together.

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