Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Choosing the right Brisbane Plumber is something that you should think about even before you experience trouble with your plumbing system, says Australia leading plumbing specialist, Paul.
Brisbane, Queensland, August 31, 2011 - “This is usually not the case since many people only think about finding a plumber when they are already faced with the problem. However, if you are looking for the right plumber, you have got to check out the Brisbane Plumber’s website, www.bestbrisbaneplumber.com.au, where you’ll get some useful tips and information about finding the right plumber,” said Paul.
The following is a check list that the Brisbane Plumber would like to share with you:
You should ask for the license number of the plumber Brisbane. This should not be a problem if the plumber Brisbane is operating his business legally. If you feel uncomfortable asking about this information, you can always say that it is required by your insurance company. Make sure that you jot down the information on a piece of paper for future reference. This is an important step to ensure that the plumber Brisbane is really a professional and has the right to offer his services to other people.
Another important consideration is the kind of services offered by the plumber Brisbane. Does he only fix minor troubles or does he also do installations? More often than not, reputable plumbers offer almost all types of plumbing services—from repairs to installations. But still, you need to ask yourself if the plumber Brisbane offers the kind of service that you need.
Before making repairs or installations, it is important to ask the fee that the plumber Brisbane usually charges. Does he charge a fee on a daily or hourly basis? Does it depend on the kind of service that you need? Does it include materials, tools, and other things required to finish the job? Things like these should be cleared up before you even hire the plumber Brisbane. You do not want to hire someone who is way beyond your budget or who charges a lot of hidden fees.
Make sure that the Plumber Brisbane also offers warranty. This is important especially for plumbers who are new in this business. You have to ensure that your rights as a customer are well represented in the contract between you and the plumber Brisbane. If the Plumber Brisbane does not want to guarantee his service, it would be better to try another plumber who is not afraid of offering warranty to his customers.
Choosing the right Brisbane plumber is beneficial in many ways, as according to Paul, you can save money, have peace of mind, and have a fully functional home plumbing system that makes your bathtub, toilet, shower, and sink run smoothly.
However, before you can enjoy the benefits, you first have to know how to find and choose the right plumber service. And to find the right plumber in Brisbane, Paul said you have the option of asking your friends or real estate agent, and you can search the internet or your telephone directory. “In choosing the right plumber,” he said, “some things you’ll need to consider will be the license, rates, types of services offered, and whether or not the plumber Brisbane offers warranty for his services. It is important to be 100 per cent sure about your choice before you decide to hire a plumber Brisbane.”
For further information, please contact: email@example.com or visit www.bestbrisbaneplumber.com.au.
The Best Brisbane Plumber
97 Sinnamon Rd
Brisbane, Queensland 4073
61 7 3376 5834
DNA Brands Announces that its Meat Snack Products have been Approved for Sale by the Naval Exchange Service Command
NEXCOM Joins the Defense Commissary Exchange (DeCA) and the Army & Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) Acquiring Products
Boca Raton, FL, August 30, 2011 - DNA Brands, Inc., (OTCBB:DNAX) makers of the great tasting DNA Energy Drink® and DNA Meat Snacks, each a favorite of the action sports community and its enthusiastic followers announced today that NEXCOM has become the third military agency to approve DNA meat snack products for sale to its consumers. Both DeCA and AAFES have already received shipments.
The combined operations of the three military exchanges operate several thousand facilities worldwide in more than 30 countries, five U.S. territories and 50 states. The exchange operates some 147 retail stores and more than 2,000 fast food restaurants such as Taco Bell and Burger King. The Exchange's mission is to provide quality merchandise and services of necessity and convenience to authorized customers at uniform low prices.
"We are once again pleased to have another military exchange grant approval for the sale of our meat snack products. In order to get to market as early as possible, we designed a special fully contained floor "shipper" to attractively display DNA Beef Jerky® Original & Teriyaki flavors and DNA Shred Stix™, Original, Pizza, Jalapeno and TACO flavors," said Russ Rickon Vice President of Sales. Rickon added, "We expect the shipper program and our aggressive pricing will build customer loyalty and get us firmly positioned in the Exchange's shelf programs on a permanent basis."
About DNA Brands, Inc.
DNA BRANDS, make DNA Energy Drink®, the award-winning, best-tasting energy drink at the 2010 World Beverage Competition, and DNA Beef Jerky™ and DNA Shred Stix™. DNA Energy Drink® is a proprietary blend of quality ingredients in four flavors Citrus, Lemon Lime, Sugar Free Citrus and CranRazberry. DNA is a proud sponsor of many action sport teams consisting of top athletes from Motorcross, Surf, Wakeboard and Skateboard has received tremendous TV and media coverage.
Independent retailers throughout the State of Florida sell the DNA Brand products as well as national retailers including Walgreens, CVS, Race Trac and Circle K.
True to its actions sports roots, DNA BRANDS, INC., has earned national recognition through its title sponsorship of the DNA SHRED STIX STAR YAMAHA RACING TEAM where it competes on a world-class level in Supercross and Motocross, reaching millions of fans. DNA Energy Drink(R) can also be found in other action sports such as Surfing, BMX, Wakeboarding and Skateboarding and its athletes are recognized stars in their own right.
For more information about DNA Energy Drink, its athletes and sponsorships, please visit www.dnabrandsusa.com.
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Darren M. Marks
DNA Brands, Inc.
506 NW 77th St
Boca Raton, FL 33487
(954) 970 3826
Business and investment fraud overseas seems to be a growing problem for American businesspeople.
Atlanta, GA, August 31, 2011 - Business and investment fraud overseas seems to be a growing problem for American businesspeople. In addition to all of the scams originating abroad that target American businesses--such as accounts payable and accounts receivable scams--there are many accounts of Americans being ripped off after they do business in foreign countries.
For example many Americans get lured to seemingly modern countries and asked to participate in business ventures. Scam artists are able to do this because some of those countries lack the legal protections available in the United States. For example, there is no SEC and no SEC disclosure rules to require companies to reveal details of their operations. Many companies do not have modern banking regulations so it is often easier to steal money placed in a foreign bank.
Another reason why con artists may try to lure Americans to do business in a foreign country is that the fraudsters often have local political connections. They may have friends or relatives in the local government who will protect them even if they commit blatant crimes against foreigners, whether these are Americans, British subjects, Canadians or Australians.
A typical example of this was exposed by a lawsuit filed in a Florida court by New York attorney Howard Fensterman. Fensterman alleged that he and his clients were lured to Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates to help organize an insurance company. To facilitate this deal they had to put $18 million in a UAE bank, yet the money was simply stolen from the bank. The investors filed suit in the U.S. to recover their funds.
This kind of fraud can occur even if you are lured to a foreign country by its government or prominent citizens. In some cases they may even be in on the scam.
440 Andrews Ave
Atlanta, GA 30301