Notice how most "free trials" require you to provide your credit card number? That's so the company can charge you a monthly fee once the trial is over. Many of these services don't let you cancel online, either -- you have to call the company on the phone and argue for 20 minutes with a person whose job security depends on their ability to prevent you from canceling.
Here's an article that shows you "How to Get Unlimited Free Trials Using a 'Real' Fake Credit Card Number." (I don't know if this is legal or not, but I like it)
All moms are different. But all moms like getting flowers on Mother’s Day, and that’s a fact (not, however a fact we can document in any fashion.) Instead of getting chewed out for forgetting to call her on the second Sunday of May, you can take care of it ahead of time with Teleflora’s flower […]
Yeah, Bluetooth audio is pretty common these days, so why should you care about these earbuds? Look how happy that woman up above looks. She’s got FRESHeBUDS in. Boom. There’s your reason. She’s also at the beach and it appears to be a very nice day.But for the sake of promotion, wireless earbuds are fast becoming the […]
“Gets stuff done,” is a good way to be described by anybody. Especially by coworkers or bosses. Because whether you’re in finance or a children’s librarian, stuff needs to get done. But how do you make sure stuff gets done? You definitely can’t do all the stuff yourself, unless your company/organization/government office consists entirely of you. And […]