Tag Archives: PayPal

Filed My First PayPal Chargeback and Won – October 23, 2020

I don’t know how long I have been using PayPal, but it’s been a while. I have used PayPal for hundreds of purchases over the years. I filed a chargeback as the seller never delivered what they promised. I received … Continue reading

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How can I transfer the DNA manager rights of my MyHeritage DNA kit to someone else?

This is more a reminder to myself as I gave the two MyHeritageDNA kits to my friend. I tried to set them using an unpaid MyHeritage account, but they do the free trial thing where you have to add a … Continue reading

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Numerous Ways to Support Your Blogger Family – April 16, 2020

These are some suggestions – pick and choose the ones that work for you. In no particular order, I look at other bloggers’ posts and frequently Like posts. I also leave comments on occasion. I also respond to many comments … Continue reading

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Great Dismal Swamp Canal Welcome Center, South Mills/Camden – North Carolina Thursdays February 13, 2020

Updated: Added Yelp link I found. I started a westward track for this week’s North Carolina Thursdays post. settled on Camden County and checked out what to do there. I noticed the Great Dismal Swamp Canal Welcome Center – https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g48997-d209224-Reviews-Great_Dismal_Canal-Camden_North_Carolina.html. It’s … Continue reading

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Wild Horses of Corolla, Outer Banks – North Carolina Thursdays February 6, 2020

Update: Added links to Amazon Smile, iGive, and Amazon Wish List from the official website’s page. I continued my northeast track for this week’s North Carolina Thursdays post. I have relatives who live in Curritick County and checked out what … Continue reading

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My Definition of ClickBait July 31, 2019

I tend to use a broader definition of clickbait (What is ClickBait?) than most people although Wikipedia has done a pretty good job of describing it. In my personal opinion, it doesn’t have to meet the deception requirement that may … Continue reading

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Kincrawler Closed Down May 19, 2019

If you weren’t familiar with kincrawler.com (link doesn’t work), it was a genealogy version of a search engine/web crawler. I was poking around on Facebook last night and saw a comment that it had shut down. If you go to … Continue reading

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If Purchasing DNA Kits From EBay, Amazon, and Deal Sites, Always Activate the Kits As Soon As You Receive Them

I routinely see people who got burned by purchasing a DNA kit from EBay, Amazon, or a deal site, usually it’s AncestryDNA kits, but it can happen with 23andMe, FamilyTree DNA (FTDNA), FindMyPastDNA, LivingDNA,  or MyHeritageDNA kits as well. I … Continue reading

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Nameless Gaming Company Update May 4, 2019

This is an update to my earlier post – Review of a Nameless Gaming Company April 26, 2019. I am happy to report that PayPal showed a refund on my account. It first showed up as pending refund a few … Continue reading

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Review of a Nameless Gaming Company April 26, 2019

I apologize if this comes off as a bit of a rant, but I dislike it when employees don’t read responses. I am waiting to hear back from this nameless gaming company as a result of their ignoring my request … Continue reading

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