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commercialspacelist.com Commercial Real Estate Listing Service

by on Jul.23, 2007, under Businesses>Services>Online Services>Real Estate>Commercial Real Estate

commercialspacelist.com list commercial real estate for lease and for sale in all five boroughs of New York City as well as Long Island, New Jersey, and Upstate New York. Landlords ans agents are welcome to submit their properties through the web site. For more information, please visit commercialspacelist.com.

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SpanishNYC Spanish Language Instruction and Translation

by on Jul.23, 2007, under Businesses>Services>Professional Services>Language Instructions>Spanish Instructions>Businesses>Services>Professional Services>Language Instructions>Language Translation>Spanish Translation

SpanishNYC Director Luis Cardozo has more than 20 years experience teaching Spanish, including at Berlitz and at the Spanish Institute in New York. He launched SpanishNYC, offering customized instruction and translation services, in 2002.

Mr. Cardozo has taught group and individual classes at companies including NBC, Nickelodeon, the Miss Universe Organization, The New York Times, Bloomberg, Sprint, Citicorp, JPMorgan, Deloitte & Touche and Pfizer.

For more information, please check out SpanishNYC.com.

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H&H Partners CPA Services – NY’s Smart Accountants

by on Jul.23, 2007, under Businesses>Services>Professional Services>CPA Firms, Accountants, Tax Preparers>Businesses>Services>Professional Services>Web Services

Founded by two dedicate CPAs, H&H Partners has been providing outsourced accounting and business solutions to small and medium business owners.

In today’s competitive world, a successful business cannot do away with a team of intelligent leaders, and an efficient back-office. Unfortunately, for many small and medium business owners, having an efficient back-office often means great investment in technology and human resource.

With a team of experienced accounting, taxation, and web-technology professionals, H&H Partners has provided cost-efficient support to many small businesses, and helped them build a good foundation for success.

We follow three core values, innovation, reliability, and integrity. We hope you will enjoy your experience with us.

H&H Partners CPA Services

West 30th Street

hhpartners@gmail.com

646-584-5964

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American New Line Express

by on Jul.21, 2007, under Businesses>Services>Shipping

American New Line Express is an express shipping service specializing in express shipping from the US to China and from China to the US. We provide express shipping services to businesses as well as individuals. Our rates are competitive. For more information please visit our web site: anlexpress.com.

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Smart Mustafa Web Services

by on Jul.21, 2007, under Businesses>Services>Professional Services>Web Services

Smart Mustafa Logo Smart Mustafa is a service provided by DressKing Inc. We specialize in web development and online marketing for businesses in the fashion industry. Our office is located in the Fashion District in New York City. For more information, please visit dressking.com/smartmustafa.php.

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Prepaid Service Shut Down Without Warning

by on Jul.19, 2007, under Posts>Complaints

This is probably the most despicable of all frauds.

SunRocket – The No Gotcha Phone Company has shut down their service without giving their prepay customers like us a chance to cancel their service and get our refunds. A lot of us have prepaid for one year or more of service and have only got a few months of service.

What a great way to rob us of our money! We thought we got a good deal even though we had to pay for one year of service in advance at once. We could not have imagined that we were actually just paying for a few months.

What all these corporate crooks are trying to do? Basically, it does not matter who gets hurt. They just have to make their money. And it is not regular amount of money that they want to make. They want to compete with other crooks to see who can steal more. So it does not matter that the company is running out of cash. As long as they can make many more times of money than they deserve, they just have to take the money and run. We the customers will have to foot their bills.

I switched from Vonage to SunRocket, thinking that this is a better company. I was badly burned by Vonage at their IPO. It looks like I can only climb out of one pitfall into another pitfall. Once a victim, always a victim?

Is there no law to stop this kind of fraud from happening?

By the way, SunRocket’s web site just underwent major changes a few weeks ago. If they were going to have to go out of business in a few weeks, why would they have spent that money. I think they are just going to do the same business under a different name. But as a new business, they get to charge their customers again.

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Has UPS changed recently?

by on Jul.12, 2007, under Posts>Complaints

I used to like UPS. But I guess they have outsourced their jobs, not to China – it is not possible, but to some small business owners.

Recently I had UPS shipped eight boxes of my company’s promotional products – swivel quartz desk clocks, to my new address. These boxes were among the ten boxes that have been shipped by UPS to my old address in White Plains, New York, from Bridgeport, Connecticut, two or three years ago. Only three of those ten boxes have been opened and two and a half boxes of clocks had been given away. Seven of these eight boxes had never been opened when I arranged for the shipment. The eighth box was half filled with the clocks and half filled with books and photo albums, which actually weighted less than the clocks.

Before I arranged for the shipment by UPS, I had called a moving company to estimate the cost of moving these boxes from my old address in White Plains, to my new address in Midtown Manhattan. I was told that the total would be $90 for the moving because they would have to move the boxes from third floor to the first floor by stairs. I wanted to save money. So I decided to move the boxes myself to the first floor and then had UPS to ship the boxes. I made the decision to use UPS because they only charged a little over $20 last time they ship those ten boxes to me.

When the UPS bill came, I could not believe it. This time, they charged me over $160.

I later found that they had put new shipping labels on all the boxes, covering the old shipping labels which show the weight of each box 3 pounds less.

Also, they charged me for getting one of the boxes lost for one or two days which is really absurd. I thought they would have to compensate me for getting one box to my new place one or two days late. I had to call them to enquire about the lost box and ask them to look for it. That box was just one of the eight boxes shipped. They were all shipped together. I could not even tell which box was missing. It was not the one that had been opened and had books in it. How could UPS blame me for getting it lost themselves?

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The Chinese Way of Cheating

by on Jul.08, 2007, under Posts>Stories

I have also been cheated by a Chinese individual and a Chinese company. So I think I should let you know too.

The Chinese individual cheated me by paying with a check and then stop the check before I tried to cash it.

He was paying for a used SONY computer and a used SONY LCD monitor. It took me one day to try to install both English and Chinese operating systems on the computer. Then I and my cousin and her boyfriend, who happened to be visiting from England, carried the computer and the monitor and keyboard and mouse, etc., to his home which was one hour and a half away. Then I had to help him get the Internet set up at his home because he did not know English and could not communicate with the cable guy.

And what I got for doing all of these for him was $10 fine for a bounced check.

When I tried to contact him, he did not answer my phone calls. Her landlady would not let me see him. Eventually, he moved and disappeared.

The Chinese company did the same thing. They charged me for filing for an immigration application on my behalf. But I later found out that the application was never paid for and so was never considered. When I looked for the company, they were not at their old address any more. They had simply disappeared.

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The Illusive Internet Startup Stock Options

by on Jul.08, 2007, under Posts>Stories

Most people can only dream of getting a job that would offer stock options at a very low price and being able to make a large sum of money after the company goes public.

So I took such a job, passing on a job offer by McGraw-Hill’s Standard and Poor’s ComStock.

However, when the company was going to go public, I was fired, together with some other early employees who had been promised stock options at very low prices. And the company kept me in the dark for one year before they told me that I had lost the stock options that I had earned during the time I worked for them. The reason was that I did not exercise my stock options in time.

But how would I have known what I needed to do with my stock options if they did not tell me.

In the end, I had to file a lawsuit against the company to get half of the money that I could have made with my stock options. The lawsuit dragged on for two years because the company kept lying that they did not have money to pay.

I don’t know why people who have such a great amount of wealth still find it necessary to take so small advantages of people who have near to nothing.

By the way, that company was an American company with a majority share owned by an American who immigrated from Australia when he was young.

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The Meanest American I’ve Ever Met

by on Jul.08, 2007, under Posts>Stories

She was a business associate who initially found me through a work associate. She asked me to let her use my eBay account to sell her wedding dresses, promising to pay me $50 commission for each dress sold through my eBay account. I agreed.

Because my eBay account automatically linked to my credit card, all eBay fees were charged to my credit card.

Also because my eBay account was automatically linked to my PayPal account, the money paid by the customers was collected by my PayPal account. For this reason, she insisted that she had to be able to login to my PayPal account to see how much money the buyers paid to my account. I let her log in to my PayPal account. She then made payment to other people from my PayPal account

In the end, I did not make any money but lost a little money.

But what is a lot more worse is that she never sent the dresses, which were sold from $800 to $1000 each, to the customers. When the customers asked her for the dresses, she directed them to me, telling them that I had the dresses and the money. Some customers threatened to sue me for this.

She is an Italian American born and raised in New York.

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