Prepaid Debit Card for Credit Card and Banking Issues

August 13th, 2014 | Comments Off |

Prepaid debit cardHave you ever run into someone you were working with, or about to work with, and because they didn’t have a credit or debit card, things didn’t pan out as you had hoped?

In the home business industry, I used to run into this problem over and over again, mostly when dealing with individuals from third world countries. Either they didn’t have a card they could use to get started in the opportunity I was offering, or they didn’t even have a bank account. Heck, some of them didn’t even have a computer or a phone, but that’s a story for another day.

So I had to either push them to the curb, leaving money on the table.

But over the last few years, the ways of traditional banking are being tested. There are other ways to handle your money, without having to go through the application process of an established banking institution.

PrePaid Debit Cards

We’ve all heard of prepaid debit cards. Here in the States, you can pick one up at just about any convenient store you stumble across. Just buy the card and tell the cashier how much money you want to add to the card and you’re good to go.

The only issue I’d run into is that some of these individuals I was trying to work with couldn’t find a card to purchase in their area. They didn’t have a Walmart or a convenient store. So, my solution wasn’t fail proof as of yet.

Well, allow me to introduce you to a prepaid card that’s just a little bit better, which not only solves my issue, but many others. Kaiku.com offers a prepaid Visa card that is as close to having a bank account as you can get. Just apply online, add funds by depositing checks or through a bank account, receive your card in the mail, and you’re done!

And I hadn’t thought of this until just recently, but what a great way to manage allowances for your kids as well. Instead of dealing with cash, give them a prepaid debit card that you’ll be able to track funds, see what they’re spending their money on and freeze those funds if they’re being misused. You can also set monthly spend limits for each card.

Something to think about. To get a prepaid debit card at Kaiku.com is pretty simple, and can be a great alternative to dealing with those clients who aren’t into the traditional banking scene.

Ready For a Change But Not Sure What To Do?

July 10th, 2014 | Comments Off |

Life CoachMost of us, at some point in our life, will reach a time when we’re looking for a change. A big change. That change is usually due to the fact that we’ve become bored or unsatisfied with our career choice. You might be tired of the dead end job, ready for a fresh new job. Or, you might be ready to make the jump from employee to employer with your own business. Heck, I’ve even known people who are tired of the stress of being their own boss and would rather plug themselves back in to the Matrix and let someone else make the decisions. Working 9 to 5, going home not having to think about work until the next day is extremely appealing to some people.

So, you’ve determined that you’re ready for a change….now what? What’s the next step? You may be an expert in your current field but when it comes to the change you’re wanting to make, expert is not the word you’d use to describe your abilities.

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Could Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies Be the Solution?

July 7th, 2014 | Comments Off |

BitcoinThis is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Deep Capture Blog. All opinions are 100% mine.

What is true freedom? Have you ever really thought about that concept?

Many of us might think that it’s simply the ability to roam wherever and whenever we please. Others feel freedom is their right to bear arms or worship how or whomever they please.

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Think the 2008 Market Crash was an Accident? Think again…

May 8th, 2014 | Comments Off |

economic warfare

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Deep Capture Blog for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Quick question: What were you doing in 2008?

Were you riding the real estate wave to its peak, or were you busily engaged in other ventures?

As for me, I was heavily invested in real estate when the huge market crash of 2008 happened. It wasn’t a pretty thing. I’ll be honest, I lost a lot of money along side millions of others who were on the real estate bandwagon. Chances are, you might be able to relate.

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Investing in Real Estate? Tips to Get the Best Mortgage Rate

May 6th, 2014 | Comments Off |

Mortgage RateIf you are looking for the best rate on your next mortgage or investment property, there are several factors that you need to be aware of before you start shopping for your loan. While interest rates are at historic lows, it doesn’t mean that you will be eligible for the lowest possible rate. What should you be aware of if you don’t want to pay more in interest than you have to?

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Golf. Why I Love It and Why You Should!

April 29th, 2014 | Comments Off |

GolfThroughout my childhood I watched my Dad walk out the door with his golf clubs, headed to an upcoming golf tournament or a simple outing with his buddies. He would be gone for the entire day and on returning home, seemed to have a sense of contentment. Only on one occasion did he ever ask me to go with him, but even then, he still didn’t invite me to play the game of golf with him. Sure, I was a recipient of the free meal, but had to simply watch him play.

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