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Why you need to check your emails carefully! (Part 2)

Earlier today I posted an article entitled Why you need to check your emails carefully!, where I went into detail about a spam email I received which was made to look like it came from Apple. Well no more than 5 minutes after my post, I received another one, this time from Canada Post.

Unlike the one from Apple, the Canada Post email didn’t ask me to verify an account, this one was a Missed Delivery Notice. Again, under un-knowledgeable eyes this looks legit, and almost everyone one in Canada has received a package from Canada Post, which makes it just a bit easier to get scammed than the Apple.com…

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Happy New Year! 2013 – Day 364

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Well, its my 364th day on “The Island”, and for those who have never read my blog, or even know who I am, it means I have spent 364 days living outside my native Ontario, on Montreal Island Quebec. That’s right 1 day short of a year. On January 2nd, 2012, I left my brothers apartment in Cornwall Ontario and made the huge leap to move myself to a whole new city and province. The very odd thing is, is how this all came about…

It all started about 2 years ago, I was working for Davis + Henderson (Formerly Resolve) as an Real Time Analyst when half the team got lynched during the take over.…

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UPS Airline Gripe responses

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Working for the UPS Store definitely has some major ups when it comes to funny stuff. Each week we get a Weekend update from the higher-ups and this week I could not stop laughing. Read the excerpt below:

UPS Airline

Remember, it takes a college degree to fly a plane, but only a
high school diploma to fix one; a reassurance for those of us
who fly routinely in our jobs.

After every flight, UPS pilots fill out a form, called a ‘gripe
sheet,’ which tells mechanics about problems with the aircraft.
The mechanics correct the problems; document their repairs on
the form, and then pilots review the gripe sheets before the
next flight.

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