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Am I the only one too scared to mess with the google?
Guess they accomplished what they wanted.

Tech Talk / Re: Internet Filters
« on: April 14, 2019, 09:56:52 AM »
Does GenTech charge separately for each device? If yes, do they have a multiple devices discount?
Yes and yes.

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Tech Talk / Re: Do you use browser notifications?
« on: March 31, 2019, 12:42:05 PM »
Do you use browser notifications on any website?

I personally don't use it for any websites at all. The idea of getting tons of nonimportant notifications seems annoying. I guess it carried over to any website so I automatically click no for any notifications without even considering what they will be sending them for.
I don't allow notifications either. By the way, it can be confusing for non-technical people who are used to clicking allow on everything without thinking (a problem in and of itself). I got a call from a customer: "Can you remove the annoying news popups on my computer. I don't know why I keep getting these. I never installed any news apps"  ;D

thanks... Saw the "Invite" link where I'd get $10 for someone using the account and I thought it was the same.

Is stellar better?
I guess technically you can do both. First sign up for coinbase and get $10 and then still earn $10 from Stellar.

Here's mine in case the other one runs out..
That's a regular coinbase invite, not stellar.

Tech Talk / Re: Internet Filters
« on: March 28, 2019, 10:36:19 AM »
Meshimer is the strictest (won’t allow even basic news), Geder is more lenient (allows news) Gentech is even more lenient (allows videos, YouTube etc.).

Also, Meshimer & Geder black out out skin color, Gentech does not.
I used gentek up until around the year ago and they DID black out skin color

i got an email so it may be targeted but i can't find a direct link
What's the subject line of the email?

Add your Chase Sapphire Reserve® card to Google PayTM, use it to make three purchases from April 1 to April 30, 2019, and earn 2,500 bonus points.1
Google Pay is the fast, simple way to use your card to pay in hundreds of apps and in stores. You enjoy all the same benefits that come with your Chase Sapphire Reserve card, including Zero Liability Protection.2

General Discussion / Re: Dental and Vision Insurance and Plans
« on: March 10, 2019, 12:25:43 AM »
Colonial Dental.
Seems like you have to get it through your employer.

General Discussion / Re: Dental and Vision Insurance and Plans
« on: March 07, 2019, 06:39:06 AM »
I would say exactly opposite in my experience, at least with dental. For a few bucks a month (literally), you get most of the dental expenses covered with a very small copay and deductible. If only medical insurance was so cheap.
What plan are you on?

General Discussion / Re: Pros and Cons of Different Banks
« on: January 24, 2019, 06:24:35 AM »
What exactly makes them okay? @aygart's experience? Telephone (lack of) customer service?

IMHO they are definitely the big bank to avoid.
Meaning I personally didn't have any other issues with them.

General Discussion / Re: Pros and Cons of Different Banks
« on: January 23, 2019, 04:38:32 PM »
BOA is okay as long as you can do everything online. If you ever need to call them for something, be prepared to wait on hold for 1 hour. A problem I've never had at Chase or any other bank for that matter.

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