Consumer association says few people compensated and voluntary code should be mandatory
Many victims of bank transfer scams are being treated unfairly and the chances of them getting their money back is often a lottery, according to Which?.
The UK consumer association is pressing for the voluntary code that is supposed to protect consumers to be made mandatory, and said the number of people being reimbursed by their bank was “woefully low”.
The daily chart reveals that XRP bulls are fighting to stay above the crucial $0.30 level.
Resistance levels: $0.34, $0.36, $0.38
Support levels: $0.25, $0.23, $0.21
XRP/USD has found itself caught within a consolidation phase throughout the past few days as it trades just around $0.28 to $0.31. Since the initial pullback on August 7, XRP/USD has been struggling heavily to go back above $0.30. Just hours ago, the Ripple bulls finally managed to push the digital asset to touch $0.30 just before another crash towards $0.284.
Will XRP Break Through $0.30 Resistance Level or Reverse?
From the technical perspective, XRP is trading bullishly below the 9-day moving average in the daily chart and range is likely to sustain a short term sideways action. Meanwhile, this slightly positive picture coupled with the right trading volume could … Read more
Were you heartbroken when your favorite restaurant closed, and then ecstatic when it reopened, only to be traumatized when it closed again? If that is how you feel, imagine what the owner behind the counter is going through. I didn’t understand myself until I met Chef Russell Jackson.
This was back in March, in the early days of our new Zoom reality, and I was there to inform Jackson, the owner of the Harlem restaurant Reverence, that his business was one of the first recipients of Hello Alice’s $10,000 Covid-19 Business for All Emergency grant program to help small businesses through the pandemic. These calls are always emotional, but he seemed at a loss for words. Russell paused for a moment before turning to call his wife and son into the camera frame. “This is our motivation,” he told me, looking down at his child sitting in his lap.
When it comes to getting car help, there’s no shortage of things that owners want to know. And there’s no shortage of important vehicle-related information to learn. Start with the essentials. Take a look at five of the most common car questions drivers ask car mechanics — and their answers.
1. Why does my “check engine” light come on?
One of the common reasons your check engine light comes on has an easy (and free) solution. If your gas cap wasn’t put on tightly the last time you filled the tank, it can affect the pressure in the fuel-delivery system — and that triggers the check engine warning. Try tightening your gas cap first. If that doesn’t work, see your mechanic; it could be anything from a failing catalytic converter to faulty spark plugs to an oxygen sensor failure. Because this light could indicate a number of different problems, … Read more
I was having a conversation with someone in HR a few weeks ago and they asked me a very pointed question: what is the best career path to take if I want to get to the CHRO/Chief People Officer role in the next few years?
The world of HR is evolving quickly. We had a 10 year aggressive decrease in unemployment followed by the chaos of COVID. There is a newfound emphasis on HR (or People Operations as I like to call it), as well as talent acquisition. The US economy continues to be driven by companies that rely on highly skilled people who are hard to recruit and retain.
In addition, there is a slow but steady rise in the number of organizations who are actually leveraging people analytics to better understand the entire employee life cycle from applicant to alumni. This has created new roles within the HR/PeopleOps … Read more