with ebay you have to figure they take 30% or so in fees between the selling fees and paypal fees and you have to take the chance on the buyer trying to scam you
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in the USA when the pilot or co-pilot goes to take a leak someone from the crew takes their place inside the cockpit. there is never one person in the cockpit.
most counties you can't get a Certificate of Occupancy on a home without power, water and sewage. You can't just build a house. you have to file the permits with the county, have it inspected and have the county issue a certificate that it is fit for habitation.
and if you are buying an existing home the bank will force you to pay for an inspection, they will check FEMA flood maps and the resale values before they write you a check to protect their investment. and a lot of people will hire a real engineer instead of an inspector for a more detailed inspection because a lot of states have weak laws and existing owners will try to hide a lot of major problems
for what? there aren't any losses. comcast didn't offer a contract for service when he called to verify if he can get service. they have some crappy database that probably covers large areas and not every single home because when new homes are built it's not like they are magically added to comcast's database.
he should have asked the previous owner who their provider was and offered to pay for a month or two of service before the paperwork was signed to make sure it would be installed and working when he moved in
and the maps will change and no one will promise anything until a survey is done for which there is a fee. like when you are buying a home and have to pay a bunch of people before you close the deal.
Always verify everything yourself and don't trust anyone.
Pay for the previous owner's internet for a month or two just to make sure you can have it in the home. Ask for utility bills
A lot of sellers will try to hide major problems like mold and previous flooding which is why you need a good inspector. And don't trust the realtor
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i can see how that would go
we have these newspaper boxes in NYC as well and they hold a lot of local and foreign language newspapers where people advertise local contractor services as well as rooms in their not so legally modified homes that were meant for one family.
stuff that people usually don't advertise through your internet ad agencies
that you are an idiot?
it can only be cheaper all the time if the drivers are willing to work for less $$$$$$$$$$$$
NYC most uber drivers already drive car services and go with a garage. i bet uber is just there to fill in the gaps between fares
a lot of youtube accounts are set up for revenue sharing from ads. he is most likely making money
set up spreadsheets for each issue and use the cells to track progress
most likely they wrote the truth instead of the click bait crap of BGR, Ars and The Verge
show me some real data going back a few thousand years and i'll believe you