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Comment: How to opt out (Score 5, Informative) 294

by bwcook0 (#41694935) Attached to: Paypal Slips 'No Class Action' Clause Into Policy Update
Opt-Out Procedure. You can choose to reject this Agreement to Arbitrate ("opt out") by mailing us a written opt-out notice ("Opt-Out Notice"). For new PayPal users, the Opt-Out Notice must be postmarked no later than 30 Days after the date you accept the User Agreement for the first time. If you are already a current PayPal user and previously accepted the User Agreement prior to the introduction of this Agreement to Arbitrate, the Opt-Out Notice must be postmarked no later than December 1, 2012. You must mail the Opt-Out Notice to PayPal, Inc., Attn: Litigation Department, 2211 North First Street, San Jose, CA 95131. The Opt-Out Notice must state that you do not agree to this Agreement to Arbitrate and must include your name, address, phone number, and the email address(es) used to log in to the PayPal account(s) to which the opt-out applies. You must sign the Opt-Out Notice for it to be effective. This procedure is the only way you can opt out of the Agreement to Arbitrate. If you opt out of the Agreement to Arbitrate, all other parts of the User Agreement, including all other provisions of Section 14 (Disputes with PayPal), will continue to apply. Opting out of this Agreement to Arbitrate has no effect on any previous, other, or future arbitration agreements that you may have with us.

Comment: Re:"Manager" is a title, not a profession (Score 3, Informative) 478

by bwcook0 (#23461258) Attached to: Japan "Running Out of Engineers"

I don't know of any undergraduate course called "management".
The rest of us can't help it that you are ignorant. At least look it up before you act like it is true.
Honestly, I'm not convinced you ever even went to college if you have never heard of a course in management.

University of Washington: school of business administration
http://www.washington.edu/students/crscat/ba.html

Binghamton University: School of Management
http://som.binghamton.edu/

University of GA: Department of Management
http://www.terry.uga.edu/management/

University of Virginia: McIntire School of Commerce Managent Program
http://www.commerce.virginia.edu/academic_programs/undergraduate/management.html

University of Florida: Management Depratment
http://www.cba.ufl.edu/mang/

UNC Charlotte: BS in Business Administration
http://www.kenan-flagler.unc.edu/bachelor-science-business-administration-bsba-degree-courses-major.shtml

The list can go on and on. I would say nearly every college in the US has at least one course in management. Nearly every 4 year public college in the US has an undergraduate degree in management or business administration.

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