Today we’re announcing settlements with Sprint and Verizon, who illegally billed consumers over a hundred million dollars in unauthorized third-party charges. If approved, these settlements will return $120 million directly to affected consumers. Sprint’s and Verizon’s customers became victims by clicking on ads for “free” digital content such as ring tones or daily horoscopes, and were then charged without their consent. Many people did not know that third parties could add charges to their wireless bills. The illegal billing often continued undetected for months. Sprint’s and Verizon’s billing systems invited illegal third-party charges and the companies did little or nothing to root them out. Sprint and Verizon also failed to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Getting money for your company does not have to be a complicated procedure. If you have all of the basics in place, including a business plan, tax and business identification numbers, business bank account and other basic fundamentals, then you are ready to pick the type of financing you want to seek. For most small businesses just getting started it can seem like an uphill battle. Unless you use your personal credit to back a loan many lenders baulks at helping to finance a business just starting out. There are ways to increase your chances even at the beginning. First have a killer business plan set up, then look for […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Copyright (c) 2011 Do You Want Financial Success? Stupid question really, because I think we all do. A lot of people dream of having money and freedom and it can definitely happen with hard work and determination. It’s important to look at all the goals you want to accomplish and try hard to attain them. Starting your own home business is an excellent goal but it’s a lot of hard work. Money is pretty much what rules our lives. I know a lot of people don’t like admitting this but it’s true. However if you can manage to earn a decent amount you get to enjoy other aspects of life […]Continue Reading... No Comments.