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*** A great resource that I highly recommend is an online service that you can use to find out who is actually calling you - Click Here To Do A Reverse Phone Number Search. I received a call last night from an elderly relative that was very distraught. In fact, they were crying on the phone as they tried to explain to me their predicament. They received a call late yesterday afternoon from an individual claiming to be a representative of a debt mediation service. My relative was told that they owed nearly $9,000 on an old credit card bill.... Read more →

Was Santa good to you this year? Chances are he’s at least been better to you over the course of the last few decades. According to an article at, the so-called middle class continues to spend larger sums during the holiday season, and a big part of the reason is simply the desire, or maybe some feeling of obligation, to do more. Yes, prices are up, but that’s not the only reason for the rise in the amounts people are spending – most of us simply seem to want to drop more dough, and, it should be noted, such... Read more →

I have been sharing my enthusiasm for Ripple XRP for a year now. Many (including me) believe that it is the next Bitcoin. If you want to know more about Ripple, here is my article from a year ago. The purpose of today's article is to discuss the rapid increase in value since July of this year. I receive frequent questions from readers of the blog about the fluctuating value of Bitcoin. Bitcoin is currently valued at $329. I initially bought Bitcoin when it was only at $12, so I am not terribly concerned about the wide fluctuations. Volatility is,... Read more →

Is The U.S. Government Hiding Information About UFOs

Stephen Bassett, Executive Director of The Paradigm Research Group, discusses the work of his organization on the issue of 'disclosure.' He believes that the government has been concealing information about the existence of UFOs and extraterrestrials for nearly 70 years. Bassett is not only convinced that we have been visited by extraterrestrials, but that they are living among us today. He also discusses the latest comments from the Pope and the Vatican on the extraterrestrial issue. Read more →

James Woods Blames Al Sharpton For Death Of NYPD Officers On this episode - Actor James Woods blames Al Sharpton for shooting of NYPD officers. Jim shares more on his retail arbitrage strategy, how to buy products offline and sell for double or triple on Amazon. The 844 Area Code Phantom Debt Scam. Sony says it will release The Interview through an alternate channel. Ripple XRP a digital currency similar to Bitcoin jumps 500% in value. Read more →

A website you may have never heard of before called Skiplagged is being sued by United Airlines and Orbitz (the online travel booking site). The lawsuit is to prevent the site from sharing so called 'hidden city' deals, deals so good that they are suing this site to keep the information offline! How delicious, tell me more... Details on lawsuit here. What Are Hidden City Deals? Hidden city deals are based on a very unique travel strategy that has been used for years by super savvy travelers. The strategy involves traveling with only your carry on luggage so you can... Read more →

If you are a regular reader, you are well aware of my latest financial adventure - retail arbitrage. I shared in a recent article how I had bought a remote control toy car at CVS and flipped it on Amazon for a nice profit. I was only able to buy a total of three of these cars before the shelves were empty. I still find it fascinating that products can be bought right off the shelves of major retailers and sold online for a profit. I think I am starting to understand why this works so well. Plugging Into Amazon's... Read more →

One area that many of us fail to consider as ebook authors is the audience of young readers who, both on their own as well as at the urging of their parents, make up a significant portion of the overall book-buying population. Parents have always been aggressive about having their children learn to read, and as all age groups see a rise, at varying rates, in their purchase of ebooks relative to traditional books, the younger book consuming audience will continue to improve as a prime market for authors. In fact, there is a strong belief on the part of... Read more →

Uncovering The Identity Of The Antichrist

Bible prophecy expert Joel Richardson joins Jim for a discussion on the Antichrist. Why does he believe that the Antichrist will come out of the middle east? Is the Antichrist living today? What role could social media play in end times events? Is the Antichrist living today? Do events in Ferguson Missouri provide any insight into today's culture? How will we know who the Antichrist is? Do modern payment systems lay the groundwork for the coming Mark Of The Beast? Read more →

Airfares So Low, This Website Is Being Sued By Airlines

On this episode - Who knew that is run by atheist liberals? Sylvester Stallone's Social Security number posted online in Sony Pictures hack, Senator Charles Schumer asking the Justice Department to investigate why airfares have not dropped with the price of oil, flea market goes bankrupt after feds discover counterfeit purses, new home security system options, buying things offline and reselling on Amazon at higher prices, and Exodus God and Kings opens to mixed reviews from Christians. Read more →

Holiday shopping sales were down 7 percent on Black Friday. This means that retailers will have no choice but to continue to offer deals all the way up to Christmas. If you missed out on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, this year you still have plenty of time to grab some great deals. In fact, if sales don't pick up, the clearance sales after Christmas could be epic. 1. Major Retailers There are deals just about everywhere, and this year retailers across the board are more competitive than ever. Bricks and mortar stores are also being very aggressive about matching... Read more →

Just a quick update here to report that I have now had 11 sales in the last 7 days and a total of $165 in earnings. As I have reported in my previous articles on this, I am very surprised at how quickly items are selling. I have another big shipment to put together to send out to Amazon on Monday. If you missed my prior articles on this, here are links for you - Amazon Flipping: A Weird New Way People Are Making Money Online Finding Items To Resell - Amazon Flipping Update Amazon Flipping: Deciding What Items To... Read more →

TV Star Offers To Help You Get Rich In Real Estate

I have been hearing quite a few radio ads lately from real estate guru Than Merrill. He was featured in seasons three and four of the A&E TV show Flip This House. Merrill was also a notable college football star that was drafted by the Tampa Bay Bucs in 2001. His NFL career ended in 2003 when he suffered a knee injury. The ad (voiced by Merrill) says that he is looking to add people to his real estate investing team, and that his flipping opportunity is ideal for the (insert city name) market. Yep, it said that Daytona Beach... Read more →

You may have been involved in a heated debate on a political issue, or mentioned a news story or Internet rumor, and been rebuffed with the line, 'Check ... it is not true.' is a fact checking website that many consider to be the final word on rumors, urban legends, and even news stories. Most people trust Snopes, but who are they and who is running this site? It is not run by a college journalism department or a worldwide research team, just a husband and wife team in Southern California. David and Barbara Mikkeslon, started the site... Read more →

A Tampa couple received a judgment of more than $1 million dollars against Bank Of America for “patterns of outrageous, abusive and harassing conduct.” The couple received more than 700 phone calls in four years after they became late on their mortgage in 2009. Even after sending multiple letters asking the bank to stop calling them, the calls continued. Each phone call was worth $1,500, bringing this all to a judgment of more than $1 million dollars! Stop debt collection phone calls with this simple letter - Cease Communication Debt Collection Calls. If they don't stop calling you after you... Read more →