Monthly Archives: November 2021

Beware of shopping for puppies online; Veterinary group says pet scams are rife, especially in Texas – CBS Dallas / Fort Worth

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Thinking of adding a furry family member this holiday season? Experts say you should be wary of buying a pet online. READ MORE: New Texas Rules Force Oil And Gas Producers To Winter Not In Time For This Winter A new study from Veterinarians.org shows that scams involving pets, especially involving puppies, are rampant, especially since the ...

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Covid-19: Queues form at test sites in Nelson after positive case

Queues have formed at testing sites in Nelson after someone in the community tested positive for Covid-19. The positive case was announced Monday afternoon, followed a few hours later by places of interest from November 19. Nelson Marlborough Medical Officer of Health Dr Stephen Bridgman said on Monday that the case, family contacts and close contacts were in community isolation ...

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EmigrantDirect Exam – Forbes Advisor

Editorial Note: We earn a commission on partner links on Forbes Advisor. Commissions do not affect the opinions or ratings of our editors. EmigrantDirect is an online division of New York-based Emigrant Bank, a bank with a history dating back to its founding as a mutual savings bank by Irish emigrants in 1850. Emigrant Bank launched EmigrantDirect online only at ...

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DTI asks e-commerce sites to only sell products marked with PS and ICC – Manila Bulletin

Ecommerce platforms should only sell mandatory certified products that bear the Philippine Standard (PS) mark or Import Commodity Clearance (ICC) sticker, said the Consumer Protection Group (DTI-CPG) of the Department of Commerce and Of the industry. 49654 DTI’s Philippine Standards Bureau (DTI-BPS) issued the recall amid growing reports and complaints about the influx of uncertified products being sold online. Republic ...

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Facebook, Microsoft, and Others Look to $ 1,000 Billion “Metaverse” Opportunity, But It Contradicts Basic Web 3.0 Philosophy

The future of the web is Web 3.0 – with Microsoft, Facebook and Apple, all interested in shaping it. According to crypto investment firm Grayscale, the industry represents a $ 1,000 billion opportunity. However, the philosophy behind Web 3.0 is for developers to take back control of their content from these tech giants. Just as cloud technology has revolutionized data ...

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Yara’s online makeup store closes 5 days after launch

Just days after its launch, the online store for Yara’s controversial makeup line went offline for a few hours on the biggest shopping day of the year. Yara Zaya from 90 day fiancé launched a new website for her makeup line just a few days ago and it was already dark for several hours on Black Friday. Although she clearly ...

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Black Friday “early risers” find US stores less crowded, fewer bargains

CHICAGO, November 26 (Reuters) – Bargain hunters ventured in cold weather to shop for Christmas gifts on Black Friday, finding stores less crowded than in the past as major U.S. retailers opened early. An online change, fears of COVID and smaller discounts have cleared crowds the day after the Thanksgiving holiday in the United States, which kicks off the year-end ...

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Pondicherry University launches online admission portal

The University of Pondicherry has launched an online admission portal for various distance education courses. A press note from the University indicates that the Department of Distance Education (DDE) at the University of Pondicherry offers five MBA programs, four postgraduate programs (PG) and two undergraduate programs (UG) to all those who have not been able to enroll in regular university ...

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Incredible offers for Black Friday are already live

Rob Rodriguez / CNET This story is part of 2021 Holiday Gift Guide, our list of ideas, by theme, by recipient and by price, to help you discover the ideal gift. Black friday won’t officially launch until tomorrow, the day after Thanksgiving, but some of the best deals of the season are already here. Of televisions to headphones, smart home ...

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Better Business Bureau: Scammers Use Supply Chain Problems As New Way To Steal Your Money

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – Many consumers have heard of the supply chain issues that could affect holiday gift items available next month and it looks like the scammers have, too. “Fake websites pop up every year, so it’s nothing new, but it’s just easier to hook people up to them this year,” said Tom Stephens of the Better Business Bureau. ...

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