Harambe: Just Received the Email Notification from Apple (iTunses) .... I have an Apple Developer account for IOS and Apps.
Changes in Foreign Exchange Rates …..
Within the next 24 hours, the following changes will be made to pricing on the App Store.
To account for changes in foreign exchange rates, App Store retail prices will be increased for the following currencies:
South African Rand
Additionally, retail prices for Israeli New Shekels and some price tiers for the New Zealand Dollar will be decreased.
Price adjustments on the App Store are made periodically due to changes in foreign exchange rates. Within 24 hours, you will see the new Pricing Matrix in the Rights and Pricing section of Manage Your Apps on iTunes Connect.
Updates to iOS Paid Applications and Mac OS X Paid Applications contracts will be available on the iTunes Connect website. To view all current and outstanding contracts, see Contracts, Tax, and Banking on iTunes Connect.
The App Store team
Contact Us | iTunes Connect | 1 Infinite Loop, Cupertino, CA 95014
Soundoc: I am a developer as well and I got the same notice today
Bushcat: I am an APP developer, and I got the same email from Apple. Never got one like that before.
JayJ: Folks, don't freak out! This is standard data for this type of event. They only highlighted the lesser currencies and not the primary movers in this currency revaluation. The Dinar and the Dong are the big players and not safe to expose outright. However, the other currencies will RV too but not with the impact of the previous two. Enjoy this message as I believe it is very telling.
Rkstx: The way I understand, and not an intel guy, we wait for Our inclusion of the RV that is a part of the RV that is part of the GCR(Global Currency Reset) that is part of the Whole GR (Global Reset). The GR is the big plan. This deal is Huge and Historical. I am grateful in many ways! RKSTX.
addcentspr : Update on Randy as per Bonnie: In cath lab less than a hour. Cardiologist said found only the one blocked artery that we know was there. No stents needed now. Just getting a new med. should be discharged this afternoon.
Praise the Lord!!!
WHAT YOU ARE WATCHING IN REAL TIME (LIVE)!!!!!!
Posted by EXOGEN on March 31, 2014 at 3:13pm
1. THE COLLAPSE OF THE UNITED STATES FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE
2. THE COLLAPSE OF THE CORRUPT GLOBAL BANKING SYSTEM
3. THE RISE OF EMERGING MARKETS
4. THE DEVALUATION OF THE UNITED STATES DOLLAR
5. THE END OF THE GLOBAL BANKSTER CARTEL
6. THE RESTRUCTURE OF THE GLOBAL BANKING SYSTEM
7. THE ELIMINATION OF FIAT CURRENCY
8. THE GLOBAL CURRENCY RESET
9. THE END OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE
10. THE END OF THE USA PETRO DOLLAR GLOBAL MONOPOLY
11. THE NEW ERA OF BANKING TRANSPARENCY
12. THE END OF GLOBAL CURRENCY MANIPULATION
13. THE LAUNCH OF THE NEW S.D.R. PLATFORM
14. THE LAUNCH OF THE NEW ASSET BACKED GLOBAL BANKING SYSTEM
15. THE NEW ERA OF BANKING ACCOUNTABILITY
Post RV - 9 Steps to Protecting Your Identity
This list is a result of years of research, discussion and trial-and-error to find the best available products for protecting your online identity.
In addition, 60 Minutes recently had a great report on the multibillion dollar data-brokering industry that collects, analyzes and sells the personal information of millions of Americans with virtually no oversight. I would highly recommend this to get a snapshot of how scary this industry really is.
1. Get a Mac.
Faster, sexier, and far less prone to attacks.
2. Get a secure email address
Lots of links to this already. I would recommend Unseen or Hushmail
3. Use WhiteHat Aviator as your browser.
WhiteHat Aviator is the Web’s most secure and private browser. You get the industry’s best and tightest security and privacy safeguards – all built-in, all activated, all ready-to-go. With every website you visit, you’re vulnerable to malicious hackers out to steal your surfing history, passwords, email access, bank account numbers, medical info, and more. And the “big browsers” don’t do enough to stop it. WhiteHat Aviator is the best and easiest way to bank, shop, browse, and use social networks while stopping viruses, advertisers, hackers, and cyber-crooks. WhiteHat also runs Disconnect, which is becoming the standard for online privacy. The browser is also very user friendly, as it is built off the Chrome platform.
4. Use MaskMe to protect your privacy
You can easily mask your email, phone, and credit card as you browse and shop on the web.
5. Use 1Password to create all your passwords.
You will not only never forget a password again, you can thwart off hacks with incredibly strong passwords like 2w6N,([egB9?ea[7$8jrmT2?79xdn#pb.. rather than abc123.
6. Get "off the grid" with Reputation.com
They offer removal and privacy protection services to protect your age, birthdate, addresses, phone numbers, property records, names of family members and etc. for law enforcement officers, judges, witness protection families, corporate executives, celebrities, high-net-worth individuals and prominent individuals.
7. Protect your identity with Lifelock
Safeguard your finances, credit and name.
8. Carry your phone in this case
This product instantly blocks all Radio-frequency signals, including RFID to and from your device
9. Get a Credit Card with a "Ghost Name" for online shopping
Talk with your bank about getting a credit card with a new name not associated to your current name. Merchants will not be able to correlate these purchases with your real name, which in turn will protect your identity from being targeted or sold.