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Thursday, June 24, 2010

Spotlight Moment: Toni Braxton Covers Upscale Magazine

Trendsetter:  Toni Braxton covers the June/July issue of Upscale Magazine..Ms.Braxton is looking fierce on this cover and her upcoming reality called Braxton Family Values will premiere on Bravo in the Fall.

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Splurge of Week: Francesco Sacco Shoes

These shoes are by Francesco Sacco they are available in black suede for $750.00. Yeah they are eye catcher waiting to be seen if your willing to splurge.

Article of the Week: 5 Things Men Look for in a Wifey

According to www.bossip.com there are five things men look for in a wifey they are the following:

Assess her personality. This means her personal characteristics, emotions, style and expressions. Her perspective on the world around her, combined with her level of self-esteem, can speak volumes about the type of life partner and future parent she will be.

Personality means a lot and it definitely tells if you make a good couple. Don't allow it to clash with alter egos ways meaning being cocky and arrogant it's okay to be confident cause thats what makes us women sexy.

Physical and sexual attraction can mean different things to different people. To some, romance and intimacy are key, while others prefer more active and kinky activities to really make them feel attracted to their partner. It’s important that your attraction and chemistry are mutual, and sustainable for years to come as a married couple.

 In order to be with someone for the rest of your life you have to have chemistry with that person not only physical or sexual attraction but mentally and spiritual which adds to a everlasting bond. 

Finding a mate mutually matched near your level of intelligence is important to compatibility and having meaningful conversations as a couple. How she observes the world, either casually or aggressively, her level of education, sense of humor, skills, hobbies and conversation style are all important elements of this assessment.

Knowledge is power either you have it or you don't, finding someone who is compatible is very important no one wants someone who is not on there level.

Money matters affect everyone, and finances are a key factor in the success of a marriage. Pay attention to spending style, lifestyle, professional ambitions and financial goals when determining your compatibility when it comes to spending and saving.

 Planning a financial goal or having one is very important no man wants a woman who overly spends in that case, managing your money plus budgeting it  saves and says alot about who you are.

Spiritual values don’t necessarily mean affiliation with a religion but rather a general belief in a reason and purpose for being here. Other values to consider include those involved with family, stability, purpose, religion, optimism, honesty and integrity.

What you value can mean a lot to a man he may see this as a turn on because you both have the same beliefs and qualities. I believe that every women should have three things in life and that is standards, values and respect for yourself cause if you don't  then who will. My mom always tell me "Don't settle for less when there is more to Seek".

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Hello, Good Morning remix by Dirty Money

Hello, Good Morning remix by Dirty Money ft. Rick Ross, Nicki Minaj..It's time for Nicki to clean up her act being a barbie is not cute.

Saturday, June 5, 2010


According to CBSmoneywatch debit cards are dangerous and there are many valid reasons to approve it. How are they dangerous,many identity thieves prey on debit cards cause its easy assets watch for scams especially online they have a lot of sites that want to much information but no validation. Consumers keep their debit cards on ice, said Beth Givens, director of the Privacy Rights Clearing House and one of the nation's foremost experts on keeping your private information private. Below is a short list of what Givens considers the dangers of Debit Card.

1. Loss Limits
Like credit cards, federal law limits your liability for fraudulent transactions on a debit card to $50. But that's only if you notify your financial institution within two days of discovering the theft. If you're a space cadet and don't check your bank statements for a couple of months, you could lose everything.

2. Pay Now/Reimburse Later
If someone has fraudulently used your credit card, you don't have to pay the charge. But when somebody has fraudulently used your debit card, the money comes directly out of your account in real time. That means you're out the money while the bank does a leisurely examination of their records to investigate your fraud claim. Many consumers complaining to Privacy Rights Clearing House said they lost access to their funds for several weeks. In the meantime, they were caught short and unable to pay their bills, Givens said.

3. Merchant Disputes
The same problem affects merchant disputes. If you pay with a credit card when ordering something online, and that product comes damaged, broken or not at all, you can dispute the charge and stop payment with your credit card. If you used your debit card, the charge is paid when you made the order. By the time you find out the goods weren't what was advertised, the merchant has your cash and you're in the unenviable position of having to fight to get your money back.

4. Phantom Charge
If you use a credit card at a hotel, the hotel takes an imprint when you check in, but doesn't charge your card until you check out. It's a far different story with a debit card. Generally, hotels will put a “hold” on funds in your account for more than you're spending. Yes, more. They hold the full amount of your stay, plus an estimated amount for “incidentals,” such as meals at the hotel restaurant and dipping into the mini-bar. This is not an actual charge–the hold will come off your account at the end of your stay. But it affects the available balance in your checking account anyway and can lead to overdrafts. One consumer said these phantom charges cost him $140 in overdraft fees. These “holds” are commonly placed on debit card transactions made at hotels, gas stations and rental car companies.

5. Overdrafts, Overdrafts and More Overdrafts

Overdraft charges have been soaring in recent years and the vast majority of consumers who pay them explain that their overdraft was the result of a debit card transaction. Many consumers naively assumed that if they didn't have sufficient funds in their accounts, their bank wouldn't approve a debit swipe. But they were wrong. The result: a $4 coffee could trigger a $35 overdraft fee. Government regulators are reigning in these fees by demanding that banks give consumers a chance to “opt out” of automatic overdraft protection, but that doesn't start for existing accounts until August. (If you have a new account, it's starts in July.)

6. Skimming

Financial crooks have gotten sophisticated in recent years and are using “skimming” machines to read your card data and charge your account. When your debit card is skimmed, your bank account can be drained before you know that you've been had.