Good luck in what ever you do Valerie and thank you.
P.S. I expect this will be blocked!!!!!!!!
I didn't know she was leaving. She often gave good advice and was friendly, compared to some others and some other forum boards I belong. I will miss her.
I've been holed up trying to catch up on daily home tasks that I was ignoring but now that spring is here, I have no choice but to catch up. I'm not a multi-tasker like i used to be and it takes all my strength to get partial work done. Guess I'm getting old.
valerie wrote: Maybe if you call the local fire department, police, or church, someone could bring the parts
to you that he needs.
jimmydonkey wrote: I also joined Payoneer today and these are my first impressions:
1) There is a 2$ transfer fee from Clixsense to Payoneer. I think it was 2% to Paypal, which means you lose money (in comparison) if you withdraw less than 100$ from Clixsense.
2) There is a 3$ fee to transfer money from Payoneer to my bank account. Paypal has a 2.50$ similar fee, so you lose .50$ for every transfer.
3) There is a 2% conversion rate from USD to local currency. I dont think Paypal had this fee.
My conclusion: Payoneer is a bad deal. If anyone has experience with other payment options, please give us some details.
(Offtopic: this thread belongs probably to "Payment Processor Support", but most of the threads there are closed).
dutch1898 wrote: It comes down storm after storm.
Just spend an hour doing my part of
clearing the 4 inches that fell the last 2 hrs
Now the wife will go and spend another hour
doing some more. No end in sight for the next 4 or 5 days.
Call it Canada's great white North,
PkNayar wrote: Same with me. I was looking out for avenues to supplement my income and while searching the net for Best paying sites that was not a Scam I came upon ClixSense. One of the Best things That the Internet has Done for me.
Thanks to both Internet & ClixSense.
It is better to be over insured than under insured but just keep in mind, most insurance
companies are not going to pay out above the appraised value. This is VERY IMPORTANT
to realize. For example.....
If your house has an appraisal value of $100,000 and you insure it for $200,000, you are
going to be paying twice as much for the policy BUT if you have to make a claim, they are
going to pay out AT or BELOW the appraisal value.
Go higher with the policy but not too high. It's better to be over insured than under insured.
Just keep in mind, you do want to base it on the appraised value.
If your house is appraised at $100,000 then take out a policy for $125,000. There is no need
to go any higher because all you're going to be doing is paying a higher premium.
The same goes on the personal property, do not over insure by much because you will not receive
the actual cost for those items. This is why it is very important to make a list now, of all you have,
where you bought it, what year you bought, the cost you paid for it, etc. If your addition comes
to $100,000 in personal property, no point in insuring it for that amount because you won't get it.
You might get half that if you're lucky. Insure it for $75,000.
You want to keep your premiums as low as possible but some what above the values.