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EZ Express in Miscellaneous
5 days ago
Hallo everyone need some answer to this,You bought EZ Express for $4 and above,this my question how will you use this EZ Express token to play from Eager zebra ,and if you play using EZ Express does it have limit ends or you can play till it finish all EZ Express token.
Spin and Win contest in VersaPoints
13 days ago
Hallo vincent remember this is your daily routine,sign in to SFI account first thing to look out,is there any good news on Aleart tab,if so click and read to see what news is there,through doing this you may not miss any news from Aleart tab.
Empty shopping chart? in Sales
20 days ago
Hi marica here is my suggestion
Most shopping carts function by using a cookie. The cookie is a bit of information set in your browser to "connect" you with your cart. Cookies are most likely disabled in your browser, or your anti virus software is preventing the cookie from being set..
The long story:
When you add an item to your cart, some method of ID - let's say a long number - is associated with your browsing. So a cookie is sent to your browser with this number:
As you add items to your cart, these items are included in order number "12345678". When you go to check out, the web site tries to "read" this number from your web browser. If the cookie has not been set, it won't get a number, so it won't find any items in your cart.
Often people get the idea that "cookies are bad, they invade my privacy." Consequently they disable them without fully understanding their purpose or the limitation of their power.
While there is a little bit of truth to this, if you use good AV software and are cautious about what you click, the advantages far outweigh the risk, as demonstrated above. A cookie does not allow access to your computer, it does not erase your hard drive, it does not give out your email address. A web site can only set a cookie, and can only retrieve a cookie set on that website: that is, web site B cannot read the cookie of website A to "tell where you've been." This is a myth.
To check browser settings in Internet Destroyer - oops - I mean Internet Explorer:
From the main menu, select Tools->Internet Options.
Click the Privacy tab.
The "override" button should be not checked, and the buttons below should be all grayed out, but you can "see" that "Accept first party cookies" and "accept third party cookies" are selected. Check the box to override, and set the "First party cookies" to ACCEPT. Set "Third party cookies" to BLOCK. Explanation below *, this is IMPORTANT.
Select Tools->Options, select the privacy tab.
FireFox only accepts cookies from first party sites. Make sure the box is checked.
On either case, OK out of all the dialogue boxes and try again.
*FIRST PARTY? THIRD PARTY? HUH?
A first party cookie is a cookie set ONLY on the web site you are visiting. This is why you want to allow that site to set this cookie.
A THIRD party cookie is where trouble can begin, and where I.E. still has security problems! IF say, the site you are visiting displays ads, and one of those ads attempts to set a cookie, this is a third party cookie. Since the site owner may or may not be aware of the reputation of their advertiser, this is an avenue by which a hacker can set a cookie to "track your movements." If a third party web site sets a cookie on a website, then you visit the web site of that third party advertiser, they know you were on site A. Follow? This is a violation of your privacy and I think it's insane I.E. allows it.
For this reason, always block third party cookies, but accept first party cookies. Ads on the site your visiting have no reason to set a cookie when you're visiting another site.All the best
LOOSING MY PSAs AND CSAs in Team Building
21 days ago
Guys just copy this want tooo share with you
Our records indicate you met or exceeded the 1500 point, Executive Affiliate (EA) level in SFI last month. Congratulations! As of this mailing, however, your points are currently BELOW what's needed to keep you at the executive level THIS MONTH.
If you don't reach 1500 points by the end of the month, you'll lose all your executive benefits! These include all your shares of the TC Executive Pool, ECA Royalties, Co-Sponsor Commissions, your Executive Affiliate title, TCredits Bonus, and more.Do you suggest the PSAs or CSAs be forwarded to your sponsor,assume this message is from your dowline they have not complyfying with 1500 versapoint,is it good to loose them all or been forward to your sponsor what do you suggest.
Promo Bids in Getting Started
27 days ago
Hallo james is true to change pricebender tab to green you only need 1tcredits,the most amazed me is,you are given a GOLDEN chance to bid on auction,Auction to win, your only free bid,once again don't use them howly just to finished them,get a target with it and get a chance to win BIG! HORRAY😀😀😎😏YAHOOO!