Sunday, July 28, 2013

We've Made Some Changes To Our New Blog: New Marketing Tools And Power Of One Friends Are Waiting For You.


Summary:
Below is an explanation of some slight changes that we have just made to our new blog. You will be able to gain access to a very special suite of marketing tools and also get the chance to meet some of my Power Of One friends by reading on.

We are constantly looking for ways to improve our new blog by attempting to give readers the best methods possible to successfully work from home and create a good passive income.

Today I made some slight changes to enhance this blog by adding more visuals and also from now on and with every post, you will be able to see some programs I personally recommend through my New Twitter Feed. Now all anyone has to do to visit my links from the feed is "Right Click" on the links and open in a new tab or window. Pretty cool hugh? :)

If you would like your own personal Twitter feed for your blog or website, just click on the words Widgetquik at the bottom right hand corner of my feed.

This new tool by Widgetquik could very well help you get sign-ups to all your chosen work from home programs that you are involved with.

Also at top right of the sidebar, you will notice that I have added the beautiful Phoenix image. This is also the logo image I use on all my Power Of One websites. The image is specially linked to some of my Power Of One friends websites to help them grow their businesses.

By clicking on the image and if you like what you see, you will be supporting my program affiliates as well as our New Profit Revenue Share Program which I just re-invented in November of last year.

That is only if you choose to join us of course. Did you know that even Free members can earn in my program?

Go ahead and Put Me To The Test. I promise not to disappoint you!

Hope you like the new features enough to let me know what you think! :)

Maurice Bernier 

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Important Notice On Payza Phishing Email: How To Protect Your Payza Account.


In the last week, I have been receiving emails from what looks to be like Payza stating a notice that my account was on hold. They trickled in over a few days until I finally got a notice stating "Payza: Hold Account Final Notice."

I was suspicious of all these emails since they were asking for my login and password information to protect my account. I already know that payment processors never send emails requesting private login information but I decided to call Payza and find out for myself if they knew about this. I was told that it was a phishing email, to ignore it and forward it to them which is exactly what I did.

A phishing site or email is a trick used by would-be thieves to capture your private information so that they can login to your accounts and steal your cash.

Don't let this happen to you with Payza or any other online merchant such as Solid Trust Pay, etc...

Here is what you should do to protect your online bank accounts:

If you received any emails looking like they came from Payza with subject lines as mentioned above, forward them to payza through the following email address:

If you receive any similar emails asking for your login or password information from any other online bank and for any reason, call them up immediately and explain what you are receiving. They will walk you through the steps of how to protect your account from these would-be thieves!

To help protect as many people as possible who deal with online banks, I am asking you to please share this blog post with as many people as possible via the share buttons to the right.

Thanks in advance for helping!

Maurice Bernier

Sunday, July 7, 2013

Program Review

Program Review

A review website I just created to offer those who are curious about the "Double Up Dollars" a virtual tour. Once you fill out the form, I'll get back to you to arrange your live "One on One" complete guided tour.

Looking forward to seeing you on the inside while establishing a more personal relation.

Please do leave your comments whether good or bad.

Always my pleasure to associate,

Maurice Bernier