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So many travel sites so little time!
It's travel season and with the economy in turmoil saving money on the way home or to grandma's has become very important. But, what travel site will give you the best deal, Expedia, Priceline, Travelocity or Booking Buddy?
There is one site that will check them all for you and deliver the results in seconds. On FareCompare.com, you'll find cheap plane tickets, discount first class airfare, the easiest air travel planning tools, and expert travel advice. Airlines change airfares constantly, let FareCompare.com monitor airline ticket prices so you'll be first in line to pickup the best deal on your quest for a cheap flight.
Happy Thanks Giving and safe travels!
Timothy J. Kilkenny
Founder & CEO
Frugal Living & How to S-t-r-e-t-c-h Those Dollars!
Frugal living isn't about sacrifice and deprivation; it's about living smarter, so that you can afford to live the life that you want to live - the life that you dream of living.
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Frugal living means smarter money management. Frugal living means smarter spending. It's taking the money that you have and s-t-r-e-t-c-h-i-n-g it as far as it will go. Frugal living means harnessing your creativity.
Every day presents new opportunities to reuse, repurpose and create, and it's the frugal person who recognizes those opportunities, seizes them and turns them into savings.
Okay, so frugal living is about better money management, bargain shopping and creativity, but what does all of that add up to? Can these three things really result in a better life? Absolutely!
Frugal living is about determining what you want out of your life, and finding a way to make it happen. A couple dollars saved here, and a few dollars invested there doesn't translate into a life of deprivation; it translates into possibilities.
Decide what you want to get out of life, and then use frugality to make it happen.
Happy Surfing From Your Friends at FullNet!
Well I never...
Hi, my name is John, the Customer Service Manager for the FullNet family. Some of you have recently contacted our Customer Service Department and I just wanted to take this opportunity to touch base with all of you and ensure you are receiving the excellence in member care that we strive to provide for each individual in the FullNet family.
It seems that there are phases or cycles where a certain type of spam - or nuisance e-mail becomes more popular than another and we always try to make sure that you are well informed and protected. Lately it seems the fad is focused on "phishing".
Phishing is where someone is trying to obtain information from you ... usually by trying to appear like an official request from someone you trust. So I want to make sure each of you know how to recognize REAL e-mail from FullNet.
First you should always know that we are here for you 24 hours a day and seven days a week. If you have questions or concerns ... please call us. You should also know that we will never ask you for personal information or passwords in an e-mail. If there is a reason for us to contact you we will try to send an e-mail that asks you to call us ... and we will try to call as well. The e-mail will always be from firstname.lastname@example.org (not manager, or customer care or whatever "official sounding" title some unscrupulous person may try). And we will always encourage you to call our toll free support line of 1-877-385-5832.
It is my personal commitment to you and to FullNet Communications that you are not just satisfied with our product and services, but that you are impressed with them and willing to recommend FullNet to others. In doing so I am genuinely interested in your well being and care. If you ever have questions please make sure you know our toll free number and call us anytime day or night.
And if someone wants your password or financial information you just say, "well, I never!" ... and delete the e-mail.
FullNet Customer Service Manager