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Esources Scam The Real Facts Are Out In The Open

August 29th, 2014 by

Esources Scam-The Real Facts Are Out In The Open

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Is esources scam a real thing? The portal has been in the news for some rumors about some scam activity in recent times, which however, has been roundly denied by administrators. It must be mentioned that these rumors do look like the handiwork of some disgruntled elements and have never been substantiated despite esources throwing down the gauntlet many times.

It is pretty evident that the esources scam is fabricated news. Members registered with the largest trade directory service in the UK are undivided in their view that esources is the best thing to happen to their e-commerce businesses. Members get to enjoy a series of trading advantages apart from having access to the most reliable directory service in the UK.

Unmatched Database and Growing Wholesale Products List

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Esources has the largest database of verified suppliers and genuine dropshippers. Rampant online frauds have made the task of locating genuine suppliers akin to finding a needle in a haystack. Suppliers are the backbone of any online selling business and can make the difference between a winner and an also ran. Members get easy and unrestricted access to the best suppliers and dropshippers in business. The wholesalers list has individually verified wholesalers, distributors, importers, exporters, manufacturers, and dropshippers.

New and upcoming retailers are spared the hassle of having to verify the past track records of their preferred suppliers. They can just go ahead and view wholesale prices. They can place orders for quality products by contacting the suppliers directly and list requests for quotes and product lists. There is no fear of any esources scam. Esources ensures that all the suppliers listed are professional business houses. Scammers and fly-by-night operators just do not stand a chance.

Esources is the fastest-growing wholesale products directory in the UK. You can easily source brand-new wholesale merchandise, overstock, clearance offers, surplus lines, and even customized products from specific UK manufacturers here. Online trade retailers are fully aware that esources is the easiest way to find wholesale goods and supplies at low prices, giving them opportunities to make attractive profits consistently. The fact that they don t have to fear any esources scams is an added advantage. It obliterates the need to research the suppliers on their own a tiresome and time-consuming chore.

The Undisputed Favorite of the UK Trading Community

Esources has clearly emerged as the favorite destination of trade buyers and suppliers. It is playing a major role in fulfilling the need for reliable and easily accessible information about the best suppliers and top-quality products as well as the latest profitable offers. The UK online trading community believes that esources is a paradigm directory service that others would do well to emulate. The administrators are constantly exploring options to provide a better and more convenient trading experience to member buyers and sellers.

Rumors about an esources scam have not made any difference to the popularity of the trade directory, nor have the subscriptions slowed down. The directory service continues to be relentless in its commitment to expose fraudulent elements and online scammers. The endeavor is to provide a safe trading platform to the UK online business community.

Esources scam

reports have not made the largest UK trade directly give up on its efforts to expose online scammers. Despite

esources scams

rumors, the portal continues to grow in strength and numbers, keeping its numero uno position out of bounds for competitors.

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US considers taxing earnings from online games

August 29th, 2014 by

Sunday, October 22, 2006 

With online gaming in persistent worlds becoming more prevalent, a US congressional committee has begun to look into the tax implications of these booming online economies. Games such as World of Warcraft and Second Life have large player driven economic systems in which – either following the rules or against them – real world currencies are exchanged for in-game currencies. With the GDP of some of these economies rivaling that of some small countries, the US government is wondering if it is missing out on a potential source of tax revenue: or as some gamers might put it, the IRS is asking “You buy gold?”.

In cases where exchange of a real world currency for in-game currency is permitted by the rules of the game, some of these online games such as Second Life require that players report any income generated by these means to his or her government. In most on-line games however, a black market exists where players buy and sell in-game currencies in direct violation of the game’s rules; situations involving black markets are notoriously hard to tax.

Compounding the issue of currency exchange is the existence of in-game assets. In the real world if someone wins a luxury vehicle, he or she is expected to pay a capital gains tax on his or her winnings. If a 40 person “raid” in World of Warcraft gets a rare “drop,” worth up to thousands of dollars if sold illegally, should they be required to pay a capital gains tax?

Even if the issue of capital gains is ignored, there is still the matter of sales tax. In many of these games, non-player characters and players alike sell items to one another. If sales tax is to be applied, at what rate should it be charged and to what State does it go? Questions such as these have just recently been answered in much less hazy situations such as online versions of brick and mortar establishments.

Dan Miller, senior economist for the Joint Economic Committee had this to say on the issue, “I found that talking about this issue with some of the other economists on the committee, they are not really familiar with what a virtual economy is. The idea of Second Life or World of Warcraft or some of these other synthetic universes, they have trouble wrapping their head around it. So there’s an educational hurdle to overcome here.”

The preliminary findings of the committee state that virtual economies deserve clarification of existing tax laws, not new taxes.

NASA plans for future moon missions

August 29th, 2014 by

Monday, September 19, 2005 

NASA has announced plans for sending humans back to the Moon, as a first step to Mars.

A 2018 lunar mission is proposed, where a crew of four would remain on the Moon for as long as a week. A minimum of two lunar missions a year is planned, with astronauts remaining as long as six months.

Some of the technology had previously been proposed for replacement of the Space Shuttle.

For a lunar mission, the LSAM and EDS would be placed in orbit by a cargo launcher, then a CEV would dock with the assembly before leaving Earth orbit.

The goal is to begin production of the new spacecraft by 2011.

The plans are a means to implement President Bush’s “Vision for Space Exploration” program. Goals include:

Smart Sourcing Is Presents The Best Of Outsourcing

August 27th, 2014 by

Submitted by: Anatte Worth

Nothing is fool proof and no procedure is perfect. Outsourcing IT looks like an excellent opportunity for many businesses but that has its drawbacks as well. While there seems to be infinite number of benefits for sending a project offshore, it might not always give you the best results. It is better for businesses to be aware of the pitfalls of outsourcing and look for alternatives that can help their business.

Challenges of outsourcing

A traditional IT outsourcing business model includes handling a company s IT project by a third party entity. Once outsourced, a company has no or little control over the project. It has no control over who is working on the project or their experience and expertise. The outsourced company can either have in-house resources who work on the project or it can outsource the project to a third party. Accountability of people who actually works on the project is low and often there s no communication between the actual resources working on the project and the business, on whose project they are working.

Advantages of outsourcing

Outsourcing has advantages too. First, it helps in saving huge amount of money. Businesses save significant amounts of money when they outsource their project and this is one of the primary reasons for the popularity of this business model. Second, there has been a shortage of qualified and experienced IT talent in the US. Hence there s a need to tap the top IT professionals in India. This talent crunch is big reason for the popularity of this business model.

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SmartSourcing – the best of both the worlds

There s a need for a business process that includes the advantages of outsourcing without its drawbacks. SmartSourcing includes all the advantages of outsourcing like saving money and beating the talent crunch while giving businesses full control over its outsourced project and the resources working on it. Here s how it works:

In addition to cost saving, one of the important features of SmartSourcing is that it gives a business total control of its outsourced project and also the resources working on that project. Right from hiring a candidate, giving him direction for his work, to deciding on the deadlines – a business is actively involved in this business model. Moreover, a business can actively communicate with its smart sourced staff using email, phone, video conferencing and IM, which allows them to constantly monitor and guide their virtual staff. A business pays a flat hourly rate to cover all the needs of his virtual staff which adds significantly to the cost saving.

? Virtual staff works as an extension of a business s regular workforce

? Business owners will make the hiring and firing decision

? Remotely, owners will monitor and supervise their smart sourced staff

? Owners can collaborate with their remote staff via phone, IM, email, Skype or video conference when he feels the need

? Business owners will assign the work and the staff will be dedicated to one particular project (or to a business owner who can shift them amongst projects)

? They can work the same hours as the business

? Business owners will assign them work, review their work and also set deadlines

? They report only to the business owners or a project manage

SmartSourcing is the smart alternative to traditional outsourcing.

About the Author: Anatte Worth is a veteran expert in Human Resources at COA IT Solutions, a company that specializes in IT staffing. She has extensive knowledge and experience in all areas of human resource development and especially in the recruitment and retention of IT workers. For years IT companies have benefited by implementing her strategies and suggestions. She also writes tips for staffing, IT Recruiting, staffing companies and for employers using staffing services.For more info please visit:

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Dell delays filing of financials as accounting investigation continues

August 27th, 2014 by

Friday, March 30, 2007 

Dell Inc., a global leader in computer hardware manufacturing and sales, announced yesterday that it will delay filing of its annual performance report, the Form 10-K, required for compliance with U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Nasdaq listing rules.

In a press release, Dell explained that an audit committee of the company’s board of directors is carrying out an investigation into accounting and financial reporting issues. The company stated that it would delay filing of the 10-K since the investigation had not been completed.

The internal investigation has found evidence of accounting errors, misconduct, and deficiencies in areas of financial control.

The chairman of Dell’s audit committee, Thomas Luce III, indicated that the delay in filing would extend past the April 3, 2007 deadline as well as an April 18, 2007 extension date. “As we move toward the conclusion of our investigation, we are committing the time and resources required to ensure a thorough and comprehensive review and resolution of all identified issues and the implementation of appropriate remedial measures,” said Luce.

The investigation is to determine whether the restatement of any financial disclosures are warranted, based on the accounting errors identified. The probe will also assess whether there are deficiencies in Dell’s internal control over financial reporting.

US federal agents raid strip club empire in Washington state

August 27th, 2014 by

Tuesday, June 3, 2008 

Yesterday, federal agents, assisted by local police, raided the businesses, homes, and offices of Frank Colacurcio Sr., and his son, Frank Junior in Washington, in the United States Pacific Northwest. Approximately 50 years after federal authorities first labeled Colacurcio Sr. as an organized crime figure, they allege the 90-year-old strip club magnate and convicted racketeer is still active in violating the law. Local police with federal authorities enacted their raids in three separate counties along Puget Sound. Local police have described it as the most significant probe into organized crime in Seattle, Washington’s history. The Colacurcios face allegations that include evidence of prostitution, money laundering and mail fraud.

According to Robbie Burroughs of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), court documents have named the clubs “Rick’s” in Seattle, “Sugar’s” in Shoreline, “Fox’s” in Parkland, and “Honey’s” in Everett, as well as the businesses “Talents West” talent agency and “Accurate Bookkeeping” in Seattle. The Colacurcios themselves were named as subjects of the investigation and raids. The Federal government additionally enacted a restraining order, unusually, as evidence in similar investigations is normally not made public prior to any indictments being issued. The restraining order, which can only be contested for ten days, bars the Colacurcios or their agents from selling, reducing the value of, or transferring three strip clubs, Rick’s, Sugar’s, and Honey’s, or the related hiring and bookkeeping offices.

Seattle U.S. Attorney Jeff Sullivan has stated he plans to pursue the forfeiture of all the properties and businesses under the federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO). “For far too long, the Colacurcios’ organization has made big money operating their clubs as fronts for prostitution,” he said. “The Colacurcios have designed the clubs, the payment methods and the policies that encourage prostitution and to ensure they are the ones getting rich off these illegal sex acts.”

As of June 3, neither the Colacurcios nor their attorneys had spoken with the media or in public about the raids and investigation.

The Colacurcios have a long history involving law enforcement. Frank Sr. was convicted in the 1940s for having sexual relations with a 16-year old girl. In 1957, a United States Senate hearing on organized crime identified him as a racketeer. In 1971 he was convicted on the federal level of running a bingo racket, and received a three year sentence. In the mid-70s, he served two years in custody for a tax evasion that was overturned in an appeal. In 1981, he received a conviction for tax fraud from skimming profits on a night club, and in 1991 he and his son, Frank Jr., were convicted of a similar crime for clubs they ran in Alaska.

In January 2008, they both plead guilty for their role in Seattle’s “Strippergate” campaign-financing scandal which erupted in 2003. The scandal involved funnelling illegal campaign finances through various associates to the re-election campaigns of various Seattle City Council members, before a zoning election for a club they owned. The event is what led to the current raids and investigations.

US federal agents raid strip club empire in Washington state

August 27th, 2014 by

Tuesday, June 3, 2008 

Yesterday, federal agents, assisted by local police, raided the businesses, homes, and offices of Frank Colacurcio Sr., and his son, Frank Junior in Washington, in the United States Pacific Northwest. Approximately 50 years after federal authorities first labeled Colacurcio Sr. as an organized crime figure, they allege the 90-year-old strip club magnate and convicted racketeer is still active in violating the law. Local police with federal authorities enacted their raids in three separate counties along Puget Sound. Local police have described it as the most significant probe into organized crime in Seattle, Washington’s history. The Colacurcios face allegations that include evidence of prostitution, money laundering and mail fraud.

According to Robbie Burroughs of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), court documents have named the clubs “Rick’s” in Seattle, “Sugar’s” in Shoreline, “Fox’s” in Parkland, and “Honey’s” in Everett, as well as the businesses “Talents West” talent agency and “Accurate Bookkeeping” in Seattle. The Colacurcios themselves were named as subjects of the investigation and raids. The Federal government additionally enacted a restraining order, unusually, as evidence in similar investigations is normally not made public prior to any indictments being issued. The restraining order, which can only be contested for ten days, bars the Colacurcios or their agents from selling, reducing the value of, or transferring three strip clubs, Rick’s, Sugar’s, and Honey’s, or the related hiring and bookkeeping offices.

Seattle U.S. Attorney Jeff Sullivan has stated he plans to pursue the forfeiture of all the properties and businesses under the federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO). “For far too long, the Colacurcios’ organization has made big money operating their clubs as fronts for prostitution,” he said. “The Colacurcios have designed the clubs, the payment methods and the policies that encourage prostitution and to ensure they are the ones getting rich off these illegal sex acts.”

As of June 3, neither the Colacurcios nor their attorneys had spoken with the media or in public about the raids and investigation.

The Colacurcios have a long history involving law enforcement. Frank Sr. was convicted in the 1940s for having sexual relations with a 16-year old girl. In 1957, a United States Senate hearing on organized crime identified him as a racketeer. In 1971 he was convicted on the federal level of running a bingo racket, and received a three year sentence. In the mid-70s, he served two years in custody for a tax evasion that was overturned in an appeal. In 1981, he received a conviction for tax fraud from skimming profits on a night club, and in 1991 he and his son, Frank Jr., were convicted of a similar crime for clubs they ran in Alaska.

In January 2008, they both plead guilty for their role in Seattle’s “Strippergate” campaign-financing scandal which erupted in 2003. The scandal involved funnelling illegal campaign finances through various associates to the re-election campaigns of various Seattle City Council members, before a zoning election for a club they owned. The event is what led to the current raids and investigations.