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T-fal C71807 Precision Stainless Steel Nonstick Ceramic Coating PTFE PFOA and Cadmium Free Scratch Resistant Dishwasher Safe Oven Safe Fry Pan Cookware, 12-Inch, Silver https://www.amazon.com/dp/B010XQXF0C/

We have a similar one from T-fal and it's awesome. The price is great as well. Got two of them for us.

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Tech Talk / NYC new area code: 332
« on: May 05, 2017, 07:00:54 PM »
Just found out about area code 332 when I got a text from T-Mo alerting me to the new area code overlaying 212/917/646. 332 has barely made it to Wikipedia.
Amazing how these area codes keep filling up.
 
Any opportunities to get a designer 332 number?

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https://flash.newegg.com/Product/9SIA1CW5AZ7333

Not sure when it'll ship or arrive.

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Tech Talk / UberEATS Master Thread
« on: April 04, 2017, 07:09:16 PM »
Didn't see an UberEATS thread so I'm starting one.

Any idea what happened to Kosher in the UberEATS app?

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Citi has already had a 500k/transfer limit in the T&C for years, but it appears they recently started to enforce it for online transfers to airline/hotel partners.

I have two data-points confirming the above website limit. Anyone successfully able to transfer more than 500k in one shot to a travel partner this week? At least Citi doesn't limit to 79,999 like SPG does.

You heard it first here on DDF.

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SAS has an awesome offer, especially for families with many children. With 1 adult fare booked on flysas.com, you get free tickets for children 2-11.

Book before January 23rd, flights between Feb 7 and Apr 9. Works for Economy and Economy Plus.

For example, I priced out 1 adult plus 6 children in Econ Plus (Saver) EWR-CPH-EWR nonstop roundtrip - $1,308 total for all 7 seats!

Only valid for flights operated by SAS, departure has to be from USA and destination has to be in Denmark, Finland, Norway or Sweden.


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Just Shmooze / Jewish Websites Allowing Ads For The Binary Options Scam
« on: January 12, 2017, 03:42:44 PM »
Not sure this belongs here, can't believe a frum "news" site would post this cr@p. What exactly is the scam here?

http://collive.com/show_news.rtx?id=43824&alias=jewish-stock-market-millionaire-is-making-his-followers-rich

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Just Shmooze / Should the current thread have a poll?
« on: November 14, 2016, 11:42:37 PM »
Poll options are alphabetized.

Inspired by:

should we add a poll😉

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Posting for a relative:

As the title says, I'm looking for the best deal out there on a glucose (blood-sugar-level) self-testing / monitoring system. By best deal I'm also referring to the long-term cost as I seem to remember some devices are very cheap but the compatible strips are prohibitively expensive.

If anyone has any experience please share. TIA.

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Save 20% on Diapers Sold by Amazon.com When You Order Through Alexa, Compliments of Amazon Family
For a limited time, Prime members can now save 20% on diapers sold by Amazon when ordering with Alexa voice shopping enabled devices like Echo, Echo Dot, Amazon Tap, and Fire TV—no subscription required! If this is your first time ordering diapers from Amazon, just ask Alexa for the size and brand you prefer. If you have already ordered diapers from Amazon, Alexa will re-order the same brand you ordered last time. Just ask:

• “Alexa, reorder diapers”
• “Alexa, order Pampers size 3”
• “Alexa, order Huggies Overnites size 5”
• “Alexa, order Easy Ups for boys size 3 T”

Alexa will review your order including the discount, and just say “Yes!” to confirm.

To redeem, you must be an Amazon Prime member, with 1-Click payment enabled. We'll use your default payment and shipping settings to place your order. Restrictions apply.

Visit https://www.amazon.com/family to join.

Any way to get this without an Alexa device? Can you stack it with Amazon Mom?

ETA: What a scam! Amazon Mom is now Amazon Family (probably been this way for a while but I haven't noticed), and you don't need Alexa to get the 20% off.

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General Discussion / מתנות לאביונים online?
« on: March 13, 2016, 08:35:10 AM »
Looking for the best place to observe the mitzvah online, no proper Jewish אביונים where I'll be for Purim.

Priorities are:
1. Reliable organization.
2. Collects for real poor people (not a school/ othercause.
3. Will distribute the funds on Purim, same day.
4. Bonus if they will give two gifts to two poor people on my behalf.

Multiple suggestions welcome. Thanks, tizku lmitzvos.

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Deals/Deal Requests / B&H camera + printer deal ($350 rebate)
« on: December 03, 2015, 09:37:22 AM »
See image.

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Just Shmooze / Possible Qty Mistake: E-6000 Adhesive
« on: November 26, 2015, 07:02:57 AM »
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00C4U2UDO/

Amazon page shows qty 5 for ~$6, which is what 1 usually goes for.

I ordered and received only one, but I'm going to call and ask them to send me the other four...

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Anyone get 40% off that they aren't using? Please PM me.

All my accounts got 25% or 30% off.

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Credit Cards / Bank Account in the US for a Foreign Corporation
« on: August 18, 2015, 02:54:21 PM »
Hoping some people here have experience with this:

Foreign national (Israeli, no US citizenship or residency), would like to open a legit bank account in the US to receive payment for goods/services sold to customers located in the US.

How does one go about setting up such an account? Does a legal entity have to be created in the US? and are there any banks that will open such an account without the business owner having US citizenship/residency or even an SSN?

It would be nice if the bank also had capacity to schedule ACH withdrawals from the customers' (US) bank accounts, since most customers pay for goods in installments.

The business owner is looking to do things legitimately and pay taxes in Israel for income earned on US sales, but is looking for the most painless way to do so.

Thanks in advance for any experience/advice you can share, as well as if you can point me to any related DDF discussions (and I don't mean threads discussing how to withdraw cash in Israel with no ForEx fees).

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