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Solutions for 7 Annoying Problems

Solutions for 7 Annoying Problems

I have a guest post over at today.

It gives solutions and handy references for 7 annoying problems of modern day life including:

  • Cell Phone Contracts – How to Get out without the penalty.
  • Rebate Runaround – How to get your money without a hassle.
  • Expensive Tech Support – Several Free Solutions.
  • Unused Airline Miles and Reward Points – How to Get the Most out of them.
  • Get a Live Customer Service Person on the Phone
  • Spyware and Viruses
  • Identity Theft

Check it out here: Solutions for 7 Annoying Modern Day Problems

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Please share how you overcome annoying problems! All comments big and small are very welcomed!

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4 Responses to Solutions for 7 Annoying Problems

  1. Heather June 21, 2007 at 10:42 am #

    The smartest thing I ever did when it came to spyware & viruses was listen to my husband’s recommendation to get Trend Micro’s PC-Cillin instead of something like Norton. It warns me every single time I hit a website that uses ad servers known to serve spyware, and I just automatically close the window. I’ve only once contracted a couple of spyware cookies, and it immediately told me and gave me a simple interface to “quarantine” and subsequently destroy those items–not to mention leave orders for them to be dealt with automatically in the future. I’m really amazed at how much more secure my machine seems to be than those of the folks who use other programs.

  2. website copywriter June 21, 2007 at 11:40 am #

    I’m going right to lifehack to check out your guest post, thanks! You know what’s most annoying — telemarketers calling my house just before I head out the door (in a hurry, no doubt). You can always let the machine get it, but if you’re expecting a call you still have to stick around and screen the call.

  3. agentsully June 24, 2007 at 4:15 pm #

    Hi Heather – thanks for sharing what worked for you.

    Website copywriter – thanks. Hope you liked it! That’s a good issue you bring up!

  4. Kelly Wright June 21, 2009 at 4:49 pm #

    As to spyware and viruses, I strongly believe that prevention is the key. Fighting malware very often is useless – a corrupt Windows installation cannot be cured without reinstall, which means installing all software anew. Can easily take up the whole day. Running a quick single scan with any magic scanner will not resolve the issue, those companies that promise 100% removal are misleading people.

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