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  • 00:31

    VOTWM~ Debit Cancellation~ Pastor Joseph Rowell

    in Christianity

    Tune in for praise, for worship, for prayer, and for the life-giving Word. .  .

  • 00:00

    Best Times to Use a Debit Card

    in News

    It's the best time of the year to buy a smartphone and when you should use a debit card over a credit card. WSJ's Hank Weisbecker reports

  • 02:00

    Computer America - WallStreet.com ; Stratos

    in Technology

    Computer America

    Hour one: Jerry Burden. Owner of trademarks for WallStreet.com

    What’s in a name you may ask? Well when it comes to Domain Names, you could say Everything! If the name of your website domain has recognition, it could literally be virtual gold for the owners.


    Hour two: Stratos. Thiago Olson, Co-founder and CEO

    Go ahead. Look in your wallet. Credit cards. Loyalty cards. Debit cards. They're all based on magnetic stripe technology from the 1970s.  Stratos has created a better card.  New technology that works with existing point-of-sale terminals. Technology that helps protect consumers, merchants and banks from fraud.  And bottom line, technology that helps everyone make smarter decisions every day.  Stratos allows you to combine your plastic cards onto a single, smart card. You can load your credit, debit, loyalty, membership and gift cards onto the Stratos Card and use it anywhere your traditional cards are accepted. Instead of carrying a pocket or wallet full of cards, now you can carry just one – the Stratos Connected Card. It works wherever your other magnetic swipe cards do. If the card is lost or stolen, it automatically locks once it’s away from your phone. No information is displayed on the card, so no one can steal your account numbers or other information. It also works with your mobile phone, you can manage and sync an unlimited number of cards to Stratos Card -- helping you to make smarter and more secure payments.

  • 00:20

    David Bianchi shares life lessons from Blue Chip Kids

    in Lifestyle

    Author David Bianchi Explains Why He Wrote BLUE CHIP KIDS, What Every Child and Parent Should Know About Money, Investing and the Stock Market


    It's not surprising that most teens know more about social media than they do about basic financial skills. On April 1st, we have a special interview with a father who was frustrated by the lack of "entertaining" financial teaching materials for his 13-year-old son. That's why attorney and investor David W. Bianchi wrote:BLUE CHIP KIDS: What Every Child and Parent Should Know About Money, Investing, and the Stock Market. His new book demystifies the basic principles about money matters and provides a much-needed introduction for children (and their parents) to the financial world around them. 


    Paying for things (checking accounts, credit and debit cards & electronic bill pay)
    Understanding currencies, the Euro, Bitcoins and exchange rates
    Budgeting and debt, financial statements and net worth
    How to teach your kids about dividends, yields, puts and calls
    The basics of buying and selling stocks


    Bianchi is a Miami, Fla., attorney who is the former chairman of GnuBIO Inc., a DNA sequencing start-up, a board member of Affomix Corporation, an antibody start-up and vice-chair of Florida Savings Bank. For more info, go to www.bluechipkids.com.

  • 03:01

    When Systems Collapse & You’re on Your Own: Your Life in the Crosshairs

    in News

    Guests: Steve Quayle & Greg Evensen

    No police. No EMS. No utilities. You're on your own. What are you going to do when the system collapses?

    There's always someone who has long been wearing on you, constantly blabbing about “being prepared for the worst.” You’ve had just about all you can take of their constant yammering about hyper-inflation and bank closures, conspiracy nonsense about false flag attacks, and whatever this persistent bearer of incessant warnings is talking about. After all, your money is insured by the FDIC, the supermarket is full of fresh produce and aisles of food, gas prices are lower than they’ve been in years, employment is up according to the nightly news, and things are as normal as they’ve always been.

    That guy needs help, you think. Is he trying to sell me precious metals? He keeps telling me to prepare and protect my money, get food, water, and even a gun. What would I do with a gun? Why carry money – my debit card works fine. Food? The store is 3 minutes away, and it’s open 24 hours a day. What an idiot, you think, and as you look around, you actually begin to chuckle at his doomsday musings. Damn fool, just like on those “prepper” shows. He can’t scare me, these things won’t happen here, and even in the off chance they did, there would be plenty of notice.

    Or will there be?

    Listen as Steve Quayle and Gregg Evensen talk about "when systems collapse."

  • 00:31

    George Bardenheier of Notch Interactive: Talking Business #2 with Ken Kraetzer

    in Marketing

    CBSI Talking Business Edition 2:

    Talking Business with Chicago based veteran marketer, President of  Notch Interactive, George Bardenheier

    George Bardenheier's career has brought him through some of the biggest names in data driven marketing: Market Development Corp, Metromail, Experian, RR Donnelley, May & Speh, Acxiom, and Partners Marketing before assuming the leadership role at Notch Interactive.

    Notch Interactive is a Chicago-based marketing agency helping companies, brands and people optimize their presence online, acquire and activate customers through campaigns utilizing websites, Search Engine Optimization, social media, email, video and direct mail.

    George Bardenheier, 1 (312) 600-5323, george@notchinteractive.com  http://www.notchinteractive.com/

    The host of the program is Harrison, NY based vice president of CBSIServices, Kenneth Kraetzer.  Since 1972 CBSI has provided insurance based programs to the consumer banking industry, often providing warranty extensions, travel protections, and premium services to many of the largest credit, debit and checking account programs.  Contact Ken at 914-630-3457 or kkraetzer@cbsisservices.com , more info is always available on www.cbsiservices.com. 

  • 00:15

    Data Analytics for Credit & Debit Card Portfolios

    in Finance

    TMG's Todd Herren explores the once cost-prohibitive tactic of data analytics for powering credit and debit card portfolios. Now available to small and mid-size issuers, data analytics is a powerful tool for helping credit unions and community banks differentiate their cards in an increasingly competitive market. 

  • 00:20

    The Inside Scoop: Debit or Credit?

    in Finance

    You have done it.  Someone at the grocery store asked "debit or credit" at the cash register as you swiped your debit card, and you have thought, "Who cares?" 
    Helen interviews a Denver Community accountant, Alan,who tells you why it matters.  Then, armed with the facts, you can make the choice you want to make, with confidence, everytime you're asked that question.  Plus, you can tell all your friends & look super-smart. 

  • 00:54

    Ron Siegel Radio Network Jan 27 2015

    in Real Estate

    Ron Siegel of Anaheim Hills CA, Joyce Goodman of Costa Mesa CA and Gene Partida of Azusa CA discuss current events, financial markets, politics, and even poking fun at the rest of the media in a live radio broadcast from Anaheim CA. 

    Ron, Joyce and Gene will discuss: One Man One Dream and Hard Work – The American Dream; Shredding helps Protect from Identity Theft; Protein & Fiber 20-30 Minutes prior to eating Chocolate Cake helps us?; What is this Glycemic Index; Increase Your Home’s Value in 5 Easy Steps; What Happens if I Swipe my Debit Card as ‘Credit’; Why Have Interest Rates Dropped; Mortgage Minute; Your Credit Matters; Real Time Real Estate; Word on Wealth; The SLT will Provide a Complementary Real Estate Action Plan (R.E.A.P.) Semi-Annually, and so much more.

    Ron Siegel, consumer advocate and mortgage lender, discusses anything that affects the roof over your head, your bank account or other items that will benefit you / your family.

    Reach Ron at                  

    Twitter: @RonSiegel



  • 00:30

    Lets talk debit

    in Politics Conservative

    why is congress wasting time and tax payer dollors,on debit plan they know is goin no where

  • 00:27

    School reforms: An education debit card

    in Politics

    Guest:  Lindsey Burke, Heritage Foundation.  
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