34 Burst results for "Venmo"

Anger as IRS Reminds Americans to Report Venmo, PayPal Transactions

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 1 d ago

Anger as IRS Reminds Americans to Report Venmo, PayPal Transactions

"But I want you to hear this from the daily mail You didn't hear this on any of the Sunday shows It's all about Trump The IRS is coming for couches TVs and wedding registries Lawmakers put up a fight against Biden rules that force Americans to fill out tax forms And all Venmo and PayPal transactions over $600 You have to speed up Well now you're about to be Republicans are crying foul After the IRS reminded Americans they will have to report their $600 transactions on Venmo and PayPal to the IRS In a provision that the Biden administration claimed was to crack down on wealthy tax cheats of course you're all wealthy tax cheats We know this The American rescue plan Oh they're going to rescue us Required taxpayers add to their ten 99 K gross payments for goods or services that exceed $600 Wow It's going to catch almost everybody The IRS posted an explainer Tuesday reminding taxpayers the reporting threshold for a ten 99 K form will be lowered from $20,000 to $600 to get the rich people don't you know Oh yeah yeah all those rich people with the $600 It's to get you for God's sakes

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Carol Roth: IRS Should Not Be Monitoring $600 PayPal, Venmo Payments

The Dan Bongino Show

01:36 min | 5 d ago

Carol Roth: IRS Should Not Be Monitoring $600 PayPal, Venmo Payments

"And we're seeing that the reporting now on this of the IRS warning people hey you got to report what you just talked about this $600 payments that you're receiving through Venmo PayPal what have you And you're talking about how it was snuck into the American rescue plan What business does that have in the American rescue plan which was supposed to be COVID oriented What business does it have in there It has no business And it's exactly what they do time and time again right They call something the fluffy puppy Bill and it is not about fluffy puppies It's about something completely nefarious but if you don't like it then you don't like puppies I mean this is what they do all the time And people were so focused on getting that stimulus money not understanding like myself and so many other people had warned that hey that $1000 check that you get is going to end up costing you 6 8 $10,000 per year on a go forward basis and they're doing all these other things like these reporting requirements It's a distraction game And people are so distracted by the things that aren't important at all That the things that basically affect the economic foundation of this country which once it's lost completely is never going to be able to be restored People just aren't tuned into So you get these things like lowering this reporting requirement And then they have the nerve to go and do a media tour and say no no we did that because of billionaires because you know Lisa there are so many shady multi millionaires and billionaires out there sending $600 a year by Venmo

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"venmo" Discussed on Blue Collar Bitcoin Podcast

Blue Collar Bitcoin Podcast

03:31 min | Last week

"venmo" Discussed on Blue Collar Bitcoin Podcast

"Have you gotten calls or emails or had conversations for the years where they're like, what is going on with? Because I'm assuming that the motivation and the impetus behind using this card of yours is very different than they're used to with Southwest credit card miles. Talk to us about the uniqueness of card holder behavior. If there is any. I mean, most people have four, 5, 6 cards in there in their pocket. And when we look at the market, they spread their spend across various ones. They will try to game the system of the rewards. Welcome bonus from one, use it, spend to the threshold, never use it again, drop it. And what they saw with full not number one at launch was the one of the fastest growing debit card programs ever launched. Number one. And that was holy shit. And they didn't also didn't believe it. And I didn't really understand what the opportunity was. I said, no, no, you don't understand. If we give people Bitcoin for just doing their spending, they will switch whatever card they're currently using to this card. As long as we don't screw this up, they will do that. And what they saw, one of the fastest growing and adopted cards ever that they have seen come out. And this is at the same time, you know, we launched not too far around coinbase's card. We were actually the first Bitcoin rewards card out there. The second was holy shit, people are not only buying coffees with this, but they're spending every single dollar that they have and not only that, they're putting business expenses through it. And we had insane things like, we had this one time, we had a Visa needed to take a call or they're like, hey, we think something weird is going on with your program. We see these like $10,000 dinners happening unfold and we think this is not right. I'm like, well, you don't know bitcoiners. We're in a bull market. And we have OG whales who have been using cold forever who do that kind of craziness. And they're like, no, no, but you offer a debit card. Wealthy people do not use debit cards. And I'm like, you're right, they don't. This is the first time they've ever seen that happen. And so they have seen from just the growth of the platform to the actual behavior and usage of it being kind of breadth of the spend to people who never used who are always on credit to now moving over to debit, spending within their means that they have or loading that. It just kind of have them rethink and a lot of it is, they're being introduced to Bitcoin culture and how their financial practices are different than people who are not necessarily far along with understanding high time versus low time preference and just generally Bitcoin culture overall. And so it was certainly something that we got. And that's not even to mention, we have incentives unfold. We said, let's make Bitcoin pharmaceutical wheel on that. Let's do all this and that also led to a whole bunch of different things. You had construction workers who would sit in front of the taco truck and pay for everybody's meal and then everyone would Venmo him cash because he wanted to just spin every single time. You're just absolutely crazy things that they were looking at this guy. We've never seen a prepaid debit card, have this type of user base. This type of behavior. And I said, yeah, these are a bit coiners.

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"venmo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 3 weeks ago

"venmo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"New tax law. The IRS rule change now requires third party payment processors like Venmo and PayPal to issue ten 99 K forms, any users who receive more than $600 in payments via the apps. But Bloomberg reports zal says the new rule doesn't apply to it because it's a network that doesn't hold funds. Chuck is a similar bank to bank network. Supply chain issues are showing more signs of slowing. According to the latest economic trends report by the national federation of independent business, 31% of small business owners say that supply chain disruptions have had a significant impact on their business and another 31% say the effect was moderate, but that number is lower than in July and the three months prior. And after reporting depleted stockpiles for months on end, a net figure of zero owners viewed current inventory as too low in October. And that's the Bloomberg small business report. But I know about courage, I learned from my adoptive mom. She said sometimes you just gotta hold on, and no we'll get through this. Mom, we are so high up. Hold my hand. No, you hold my hand. Here we go. Learn about adopting a team from foster care. You can't imagine the reward. Visit adopt U.S. kids dot org to find out more. I learned patience for my adoptive dad. All he had to say was. Hey, you got this. Just breathe. Hey. We're pretty good. Yeah. I have to start

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 Amazon to allow US customers to pay with Venmo

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

Amazon to allow US customers to pay with Venmo

"Amazon rolls out a feature allowing shoppers to pay for items using Venmo The option to pay with Venmo is only available for select Amazon customers The ecommerce giant says by Black Friday that's November 25th it will be available nationally Venmo is largely known for peer to peer transactions but it has been expanding its offerings to allow payments to businesses Amazon's move to offer more payment options comes as sluggish sales numbers have pushed the company to

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Fox's Joe Concha Has Authored a New Book, 'Come on Man!'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:12 min | 2 months ago

Fox's Joe Concha Has Authored a New Book, 'Come on Man!'

"I have a lot of questions about Joe Biden and his presidency truly, and one of my favorite people on television. He's always witty and knows what he's talking about and entertaining. He has a terrific new book out called, come on, man. The truth about Joe Biden's terrible, horrible, no good, very bad presidency by Joe concha. You guys should buy it out by the book now. Come on, man, and Joe joins us now. Joe, welcome to the program. Charlie, you got my Venmo. I said, give me a good intro. And a hundred pesos a year. So thank you for that, my friend. I appreciate the kind words. You got it. So tell us about your book, has Joe Biden done anything right? Well, let's look at an objective layer. Let's take conservative liberal out of it and just let's do a good old fashioned report card. I got two kids in first and third grade. They'll be getting their first report cards for the first month coming soon. So let's go through each major issue, right? Charlie, so we got inflation. How do you think the president's doing there? Do you give him an effort in F minus? I'll be kind and go F, okay? So that's not going well. Economy in general, is this president spending trillions of dollars during a recession and then having the audacity to call it inflation reduction act and he came with 11 age stand knows that you don't spend money and then expect the dollar to actually not decrease in value. So okay, there were so far inflation economy, which is easily the number one issue in the country and now Charlie. He's had a solid F then let's go with the U.S. southern border. Where he was smart enough to put Kamala Harris in charge. Kamala Harris as a senator said that ice agents should be compared to the KKK and argue legal crossings across the border. I'm sorry, illegal crossing across the border. Should be made legal. And that's the person that's now in charge of fixing this other border, which of course he's doing nothing. So between that between the fact that we will have nearly 5 million people entering this country and this president's first two years when you talk about those people have been encountered more than 4 million. And all the got away is that we're not even talking about. We are now close to the equivalent of the population of frigging Ireland, all right? And I'm half Irish. And that's the amount of people that will come across this country in just two years

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The Menace That Is the IRS With Dave Bahnsen

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:25 min | 3 months ago

The Menace That Is the IRS With Dave Bahnsen

"Educate our audience a little bit about the menace that is the IRS. Yeah, you know, Charlie, I work with high net worth investors for a living. My firm manages about $4 billion. And the people who are most aggressive at reducing their taxes are left leaning clients. They support the taxes. And then they will move heaven and earth to avoid paying them. The people that don't have the options to hire financial firms like mine and accountants and lawyers and so forth are middle class people. And so all of a sudden you have wage earners that maybe get certain money from Venmo in the IRS starts auditing how much cash they're receiving if they're Uber drivers and other things like that. Well, the IRS people are not the cream of the crop intellectually. Okay, this is just a fact. You don't become IRS agent because you're a brilliant businessman or businesswoman. But what they can make up for with talent deficit is more volume, more people. And that's what this bill seeks to do. It may end up only being 50,000 agents. I love that pushback right now. The Washington Post said, no, it's not going to be 87,000. But the Biden administration ran a report saying they could afford up to 87,000 more people. So let's say it's only 50,000, all that means is the rest of the money is going to be lost and thrown away in bureaucracy

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"venmo" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

06:32 min | 6 months ago

"venmo" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"You work on valora, which is a mobile payments app that is, in many ways, like things that people will be more familiar with like Venmo or the cash app, but it's based on the solo blockchain. And so I think it's worth starting out by just explaining why the apps like Venmo and cash app, these apps for sending money from person to person that are critical to a lot of people's lives. What are some of the shortcomings of those platforms? Sure. So these apps are very good for a specific use cases. So Venmo, for instance, is really good for people who have a bank account and only want to transact with peers in the United States, right? But if you have a friend in Italy or maybe you're trying to send remittances back home to your family who may live in a foreign country, outside of the United States, you just can't do that on Venmo. Or if you happen to be trying to pay someone who doesn't have a bank account, maybe they're an immigrant without status, then you can't transact with them either. And so there's really quite a few people in the world who that leaves out. There's actually a billion people that is a statistic that I've heard who don't have a bank account, but who have a smartphone. And so that's a lot of people. And so one aim of valora is to be a global decentralized Venmo that can include some of those folks. So the usage of a decentralized Venmo makes a lot of sense. It's built on the solo blockchain. Let's go into the solo blockchain and explain why it's notably different than other crypto platforms like Ethereum or Bitcoin. Yeah, sure, I can talk a little bit about sellout. So sell those main differentiator from these other blockchains is celo is a mobile first blockchain. So most of the early users of blockchains have used desktop computers to interact with the blockchain, which makes a lot of sense desktop computers are like very developer friendly and tend to be more powerful so maybe you can run a node. There's a lot more storage, network connectivity, et cetera. But if you really want to deliver on the social impact potential of blockchains in general, for example, supporting the unbanked and the financial system, censorship resistance, things like that and remittances without crazy, high fees, which are in the tens of percentage points in the centralized financial system that we have as well as I could really go on, right? Supporting folks who have a highly variable currency to the point where they have to immediately run to the grocery store to buy groceries because they hold their value better than their native currency does. These are some of the social impact outcomes that we want to see with blockchain tech. But the seller is pretty focused on delivering on those. And so what the founders sell blockchain notice is that a mobile first blockchain would be extremely useful in bridging the gap there because there's a lot of people who have smartphones but not bank accounts. Who maybe don't have a ton of hardware but would benefit greatly from being looped in to financial system. So the technical innovation to make solo mobile first includes a few things. One is solo offers this ultra light client capability where there's data connectivity issues with trying to run a node on a mobile client, right? Because particularly in a developing world use case, which is something that sells trying to optimize for, you may have a pretty expensive, limited data plan. So if you want to run a traditional like client, you're going to need to download many thousands of block headers to be able to sync trustless with the blockchain. But one really cool innovation that solo is found is that ability to run an ultra light client that involves publishing a ZK snark to allow syncs with very low data. So you can essentially find the current validator set with a constant space download of the ZK snark. And then from there, there's a small number of block headers that you need to download on top of that to be able to sync with the latest status of the chain. So ultra light client is one innovation allows for mobile first chain. Another is a phone number to wallet address mapping that's done with some fancy cryptography and system design, innovation that allows that to be done without exposing phone numbers to mass harvesting. But allows you to send money to someone. If you know their phone number, even before they've set up a wallet, which is really cool. And so I think that's actually enables a lot of growth potential as well. But it's a big usability benefit if you're trying to interact with the blockchain from a smartphone. Maybe the entire wallet address for your friend isn't really viewable on your screen or can't easily be compared to the expected value. So if your Friends phone numbers in your contacts list, then you can send money to them as easily as sending a text. So that's pretty cool too. And also, you know, a little bit separately from that, but also highly useful in terms of like a user experience or peer to peer payments is solo is proof of stake and also happens to be carbon negative. So what I mean by that, so proof of stake, I think is a lot of listeners know is it consensus mechanism that allows for like thousands of times or many orders of magnitude less computation to go into publishing every black because there's not this competition to waste energy that you see with proof of work chains, right? And so with the proof of stake chains, it also reduces the carbon. It reduces carbon emissions, as well as allows us to publish blocks every 5 seconds, which is really good for a peer to peer payments system. And we're able to achieve a carbon negative blockchain by essentially purchasing tokenized carbon credits with every block that's produced..

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Allie Stuckey Releases Satirical 'Anti-Grooming' Video

The Dan Bongino Show

02:05 min | 8 months ago

Allie Stuckey Releases Satirical 'Anti-Grooming' Video

"But before we get to that ally stuckey who's a genius over the place TV I used to work together over there disclosure not that it really matters but she's terrific She does these satire videos once in a while They're really funny They always go viral And she must have said to herself you know I got an idea You have this whole scam of CRT and supposedly antiracist training which is really pro racist training because it is They teach people to judge each other based on skin color which means that's racist by nature correct So ally stuckey must have thought to wear self hey what if we took the language of the CRT supposedly antiracist left right And we incorporated this attempted sexual indoctrination of kids into it and we called it anti grooming instead of anti rich Oh my gosh You would have something here she is pretending to be a fictitious instructor of anti grooming legislation Check this out Groomers in this country and we need to establish policies and programs including right here in this company to combat systemic grooming You know I recommend on a federal level and anti grooming task force Look if the people in your life if your pastor your peers your spouse is it talking about the pervasive institutional systemic problem of groomer supremacy cut those toxic people out of your life Do better Do better You better Public school can not be reformed It has to be defunded in abolished What we really need is for the nuclear family fathers especially to be more involved in realize the role that toxic matriarchy and toxic feminism has played in this culture of systemic grooming So jaws to remember if you are not actively an anti groomer you are a groomer you are either complicit or you are active and remember silence is violence and also words are violets All right here's my cash app and my Venmo This has been a lot of emotional labor for me So if you could just pay me around $10,000 each that would be awesome

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Biden's Bill Will Empower the IRS to Track Your Every Transaction

Mark Levin

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Biden's Bill Will Empower the IRS to Track Your Every Transaction

"One One of the core aspects of this bill Biden and the Democrats are pushing Is to massively increase the power of the Internal Revenue Service Now for people who don't pay taxes and are on the doll that's not a big deal But for people who do it is a big deal Because it's intended to again Bully threaten intimidate law abiding American citizens who are actually pay the freight in this country While people on the dog get to watch and laugh John barrasso at a press conference today cut 6 go The Republican Party is not going to allow the IRS to spy on your banking accounts On this single topic alone I've gotten more emails and calls in the last three weeks than I have on any other item over the last of the times I've been in the United States Now what is he talking about Well we've talked about now for weeks and I've done it on television as well And that is this Biden is proposing that any Movement of money that is $600 or more can be monitored by the Internal Revenue Service They can try and figure out what it's for Whether it's coming into your account or going out of your account and not just your account it could be PayPal or Venmo or whatever it is That the Internal Revenue Service would be empowered to trace that And to monitor that

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"venmo" Discussed on Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"venmo" Discussed on Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

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"venmo" Discussed on Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"venmo" Discussed on Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

"Van mos segment on age eleven. First of all what. Have you been doing with your life on a sunday morning. But second of all i'll give you the lowdown on what i cover it then. Mo is one of the laundry list of mobile apps.

"venmo" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

Mojo In The Morning

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"venmo" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

"I think if you're taking her out for her bachelorette parties should have the money already. I know i kind of hurry. See that's where i go back to. If you would have done it for your sister in new york. I would've been like oh by allen sister a drink no her. I've never met her. But i would love to be like. Hey congratulations so you have a great will. That's that's where the line is. Hey jordan has a thought on this jordan. What's up. So i mean you do it on your phone. Whatever but it's come down to it. I don't really know you. So you're kinda glorify. Panhandler true i mean at the end of the day. You don't have to send this money. Believe all can i tell you something. I saw panhandler with the van mo downtown downtown in brush park. And i thought to myself. I'm like wow. This is like getting really high tech. You know. I mean. I don't know who said oh you don't have to give them but you also don't have to give the panhandle money either so yeah i'm down with that someone who truly needs it versus the girl in my instagram story. This is like i'm sad tonight. I they didn't choose my bachelor. Send me. I'm like madison. Did this madison. That's posting. I'm sad. Send me money for take what i've seen that enables instagram. What did help me eat my feelings. Madison this what did you do it for. I did it for my twenty first birthday. And how did you do. I got sixty dollars to me for twenty at twenty one year. Like young enough to where you don't have disposable income so like i get why you need sixty bucks to go buy drinks on your twenty first birthday if you're getting married when your friends should have disposable income I still i think maybe the my feelings thing might be the one we feel like that. Hey alex what's going on cash. Should they do it. Hi what's happening over. So i was outta bachelorette party wasn't mine. My friend and two weekends ago we went to baltimore. I posted her mo- eight hundred dollars. God instagram instagram and we and then everyone the bachelorette party reports that and then everyone else reposted you. Had you know everyone's able to donate and we all went to high school together. So you know it a lot of people that like blast from the past up on ours meghan. You wanna share your your race. Share your with reasonable. Put it up on our mojo in the morning thing. Send it over again. Let's see how much money you got. And then and then people right but so people. Don't get mad at us any money that you get you can maybe give to breaking all right. Well we won't say that on the on that thing. Let's just say people if you ever see me genuinely crying with mascara down my face then then exists in my own. We'll save a little bit for that jamie. You also got eight hundred dollars doing this warning. Yeah we did.

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"venmo" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

Mojo In The Morning

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"venmo" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

"The budget in the morning show. So is this genius. Or is this horribly tacky. We wanna know ellen's got a friend that Asking for a little money from you or you have been seeing this more and more right allen. Yeah i feel like. I've been seeing it everywhere so i was scrolling through like instagram stories over the weekend. And it's a girl i went to college with. Scroll through her story. And i saw that. She had posted something that was like. We're in vegas. For molly's bachelorette party then mo me to get the bright a drink and it was her mo. Qr code and her own name so it was like you could look her up or you could scan the code and you could send her money to buy the bride a drink while they were at this bachelorette party and i was like. It's kind of brilliant but also a little bit tacky to me like just to so posted everywhere and be like semi monies. We can buy drinks. But i feel like i've been seeing this everywhere because i saw it on the back of someone's car one day it was like we're driving to whatever's birthday trip then moas here and it was their van name to buy the birthday girl a drink. I have someone. We all know who doesn't on her birthday like posts her van mo and cash up on her story and his like. It's my birthday if you want to send me a birthday gift. Here's my cash up and my van mile and like people do the girl. No i'm not kidding. Show like post everyone that sends it to her and be like thanks so much for the birthday gift like she had to make over a thousand dollars about this two weeks ago..

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Venmo Removes Its Global, Public Feed as Part of a Major Redesign

Kottke Ride Home

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Venmo Removes Its Global, Public Feed as Part of a Major Redesign

"Strangers around the world will no longer be able to see who you're paying for dog walking or College fees yeah. That's it then. Mo has discontinued its global feed when the person to person mobile payment system started it predicated itself on social flow. The founders wanted everyone by default to see everyone else's payments to generate a sense of buzz and to give them ideas about what they could use it for. This quickly became unwieldy and awkward. The venlo apps marked all payments as public by default for a while so people wound up broadcasting secret love affairs adultery and drug deals among all the anodyne quotidian activities. They engaged in the company wrote in its blog quote then mo is always been social at its core designed to be a place where friends can split and share payments experiences as part of our ongoing efforts to continually evolve then mo platform while staying true to the heart of the venlo experience we are removing the global feed and the friends feed is now the only social feed that will appear in the app. The vendor community has grown to more than seventy million customers so this change allows customers to connect and share meaningful moments and experiences with the people who matter most end quote.

"venmo" Discussed on THE RAYHART RUNDOWN

THE RAYHART RUNDOWN

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"venmo" Discussed on THE RAYHART RUNDOWN

"Got one and tell me that your final answer. Would he get into the crush is i. Don't know ten seconds. It's ice french fries. Yeah oh you're so close with the crushed is how the fuck crushed ice pro. How how a study showed this contain the most traces most traces of e coli is crushed. Ice which means. I don't i would assume i would assume from not cleaning from not cleaning it. How many times is the crushed. Ice machine gleaned. Yeah that's true. I didn't think of that think of every time. He's here he i. You always think of like it's a food borne on food right always on. Yep this as far as like crushed ice. That's not it. Yeah you think that's their throw you off in reality of that. Was the right answer. Shed yeah. I was shocked why i was like. Oh that's a. that's a new one now. Every time i go fast be like no ice. Please exactly hello yes No ice please. So i have a story for you or chicken nuggets. So i'm a break my mic real quick number geared to order new stuff. Okay so i have story for you. Is that to do with your being a little kid back in the day. No okay it has to do with the whole family staying in my house. You realize that part of the family listens to this podcast. I am and they're going to laugh hysterically because they were here for this so zone. We're having dinner this happened. Oh it's still not fixed. So w maybe it is thursday right. Nobody was talking about right now. Yeah okay so. This happened tuesday so this was two days ago. This was two days ago. It was chili cheese dog night in the household. And you seriously have a chili cheese. Dog night well. We did this night so it's not like an every night hold on. It wasn't like an is there like an every weeknight. They're like chilli cheese long freak. Yeah i know no this we just did. Surely choose talks right. And there's rachel and her two kids grace and her two kids. Mom dad and me is nine of us. Got his house and like we all you know we get done dinner or oh that's right. I was not there. Yeah that's right you want. Then you're gonna be sweet that you weren't so we're talking you know like you just hanging out or whatever Nate wants to play vr. So the whole family was there but me. I'm just just clarify for the fans. Well when you put it like that. No i wanna make sure that the whole you said the family listens so i just wanna make sure. Anyway dad comes out of the bathroom. And i was all like. Why are you using the guest bathroom like you know. Like the middle bathroom you know. Grownup dad never used that bathroom. He's never used that bathroom once. He always uses his. I don't he will go. Okay crossed the house. I have no idea to use the master bedroom or bathroom. He comes on and he goes fucking toilets clogged just saw. Like i got it. Whatever you gotta learn how to use a plunger right so you go in there. You just gotta go super fast right. You gotta go like you. Alec plunging super fast and there was nothing like discussing. it was just water. That was backed up. So i'm like. I'm like plunging like fucking fast. Soup is there. Is there water and plunged water going everywhere right now a little bit. Yeah so like. I'm just like fucking gold. Yeah i really wishes is video because this hilarious hand gestures making right now. It looks like you're jerking off and fucking audio podcasts. And people can't looks like you're literally vibrating and Glenn and then the bathtub started bowling. I already know what's wrong. i go. I keep going. I'm wrong. The fray yards flooded septic tank to be pumped at nine o'clock at night. Yeah and we all just got done eating chili cheese dogs. Like bro. couldn't be the worst. Timing couldn't have been any worse. Couldn't have been the worst timing like chilli cheese talking imagine. Can you imagine if it had been. I know right so yeah so then. I call to dad. That's like oh here. We go again with two hallway. Hold on so. Here's so here's the thing so the syst- so the septic system it backed up full. It's needed to be so anytime soon. It's because i mean we have listeners. That are unlike city water. Yeah so you live out in the middle of the woods. And there's a septic system built specifically for house drain field for the house which is underground underground of the health from the house. So when when the shooter's full the sugar and the sheriff said i got this dad. Go get the shot back. Looked like the sitters. You didn't shop back to own my god. It looked like how attached to you are. Are you to the shop back. once. I'm done you're going gonna throw it back to cosco the we're so yes so you have to call So dad hall opens offset the phone book. What data opens up the phone book. Why he's all like. Oh we gotta we gotta replace your garage door and he pulls out the phone book and these starts calling. He goes this numbers that work. Just numbers dot were conditioners dot. Working really could use it a fucking phone book because it was a book been there forever. Don't lash book there. When i was like there was like last year's apparently they still do phone books. Why i don't know. But i was all like dude i was like fuck it google. It like yeah. You still use a phone book. So he's like. This is how i liked to do. Thanks i was like okay. Whatever and he's like dude. I literally i sat around called because they blame me. Because i like to sharman. What because. I like to use sharman toilet paper. So it's my fault at the frigging tankers full. And you're not you're not allowed to use sharman. I guess what what they from what they've heard the whole family. I have never i okay. Side don't heard of any specific brand of toilet paper clogging septic tank as plumbers. Ever told me is that Women's feminine products that are not are not supposed be flushed. Condoms are not supposed to be flushed and some other there was something else. 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"venmo" Discussed on THE RAYHART RUNDOWN

THE RAYHART RUNDOWN

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"venmo" Discussed on THE RAYHART RUNDOWN

"And i was. I just put on my credit card. I was like i'm just by do it. Just just do it. Just do i just do it. So now i just gotta get the lights and then i can hook it all up and do like video game. So explosion happens on the left side of the screen like ran lights. Come on the wall behind you. And this is called. The phillips sync box philips hue sync box with philips hue plays sync box with and you had to buy the lighting separate. Yeah okay so lighting separate by the saint box alone is what enables it to to know what's on your tv so there's other ones that you can get that are cheaper. Yeah but you have to have a camera that looks at your tv as to what's going on with the sync box you plug in hdmi of your devices it loops through and then it loops into your tv. So you just plug into the tv and then you plug it like your xbox because it works for video games to You play in your xbox or your fire stick tv or whatever and then it goes off of that. Maybe i'll get one for the game room. And i gotta talk and pickle rick. You want to liberate on that for people that don't watch rick. And morty because it just sounds like you bought a dildo. Just say so. Yeah pick pick recommend. This is why the neighbor did want to have anything to do with the The rick and morty tv show returns self new pickle so it's just a little pickle raking sitting on like a speaker box and you just you squeeze it and he goes morning. I turned myself into a pickle pickle wreck so that's it. Yes just a little cosmetic thing. I was going to put on my desk during the podcast so we can blur it out. Yeah exactly exactly true. Maybe i'll just fine fucking. I'll just keep it home desk at home big boy. Oh but i do have. I'm gonna get pulled over for this. I already know it what's up Is window decals and it goes. I'm putting okay depends. Let keep keep telling your story. I would add to it when you're done go ahead. It's on the on the back windows or whatever the back side windows and on the left side and putting rick and he's like peeking out from the seat right holding up middle fingers okay and then on the other side is maury doing the same thing. You won't get pulled over. No no because. I know that it's like freedom of speech him but it's a free expression but yeah the Here here's the thing doesn't have any actual curse words and in that cartoon that means peace among world's so again. Here's the here's the thing when we when we lived in spain there was a lot of window decals that were just way over the top. Like didn't they would go way over the top like there's a cartoon dude like mooning you with his ass would look like it was heated pressed up against the window or in some cases. There's a cartoon on the back window. Mooning you but the ass was like three d like they had to stick that part on separately so because it came out from the car it was it was wild right so i don't think i don't think that's going to have an issue and if it's labeled as a car decal is it labeled as a car window decal just window decal. Yeah i'd i mean i think you'll be all right well either way. I mean there's nothing they can really do. I don't know. But i did hear something about if you have a curse word on t. shirt Now the cops are going to start citing you for it for what. I have an an having inappropriate for what words shirt. That's not against the law. That's just what. I heard on the radio on the way here. You heard on the radio. I heard on the radio. Yeah this seems like another one of those fact check. Adam's friends friends the radio so so we'll check with local rate. Let's move that's fine too. I mean we know. Dj's let's call Yeah that's true. What's the what was it. They said they just if you wear a curse words on shirt that Police officers are going to start citing you star game you tickets. Because people walking around wearing fucked biden shirts yep but swearwords on shirt like there's a whole market for funny vulgar quotes and things like that so i don't know i don't know if it's i don't know it sounds to me like something that was said and the minute that it very well could be something that they're they could do. But i think the minute aqap does it to the person that's like you know what and lawyers up right. It's all going to go away right. And again my opinion strictly my opinion. I don i know just from my own my own experience to create the merch. I was very limited as far as what. I wanted to put on the shirt. Just because i thought i thought ahead of like not. Everybody's going to get the joke and trying to push the envelope to offend. You know what. I'm saying right like remember when we did the archer finger shirt. Yeah i brought that back to the merge door right now so the archer archer where looks like the middle finger. Kinda sorta kinda also good. Looks like Sport brand logo gonna mention but it's on our web. It's back on our website. Now it's back on the merch store. And i was always on. Is that pushing the limit. I almost won t shirt. That says i'm a hooker so you told the arvin mobile. Let's let's see if they make a hooker t shirt for atom right now. I'm gonna get a shirt that says my brothers have been mo- hooker that's gonna be weird actually put my name on there so you could. Just send me money if you want. You're going to get so many dick pics. No it's been mos for sending money not deck. Tech's what do you think it is. Yeah i. I'm trying to come up with an idea of now for your ben mojo shirt. I feel like it should be a fishing shirt. Okay oh hooker You like that. Yeah i can make into a cool fisher Yeah that's gonna be clearly. Our fan base only be the ones at understands it but again moving around hollywood news. I'm not finding too much. Oh side note. Let's talk about Let's back up to childhood and high school real quick and to remember that. Show drake and josh young. But that came out like after my time. That's fine showing your age. That's fine drake that show drake and josh with drake bell yet. And so drake sell gonna pastime and hookers on he. Yeah so drake bell. Thirty four now just A day ago pled guilty to attempted child endangerment why faces two years in prison holy crap. Oh alison mack is Her sentencing is happening sometime the end of this month and the next month. So allison mack is She played The blonde i forget her character's name but What show smallville okay yes. She was like clark's best friends. She was like in love with him of course and what was she and she got a do you the human trafficking ring out of new york. Oh okay nexium. I think it was. It was like a self help group and then it turned into like come. Fuck my master type of thing. Yeah but because and the fbi said she really helped out with the investigation like admitted to a lot of things or whatever so she should get a lighter. Sentence is what they're all saying but she's still looking at like twenty years. Drake bills are gonna to. But i don't know there's a there's a plea deal involved of some sort and that's something i came across but this episode of the heart rundown was brought to you by anchor dot. Fm if you're planning on making a podcast and you don't know how to get started definitely go to anchor dot..

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"venmo" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show

Campfire Sht Show

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"venmo" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show

"Take on one of the biggest things i hate in the entire world is nordstrom's what i heat nordstrom's what do you mean north so much so hard. Hit the word nordstrom. Now no love that word. You love the word nordstrom. You hate nord's as stroke. Can you elaborate on. Why god how am i even asking. I think you know why is because they charge designer prices in. It's not really order commercial with with jc penney's jc penney's type of product. And i feel like. I hate nordstrom's because i was just there and i saw a bunch of like marc jacobs designer things. That aren't really that good. I feel like nordstroms is where people go to spend a lot of money because they think is worth something okay but they can really like anything you can get a nordstrom's you can get a tj maxx or somewhere cheaper and it sucks or even nordstrom rack nursing rack. Yeah and if you want to me if you want to go big and spend money than you can go to like more of a boutique type place. Gee i think if you're going to spend a bunch of money you don't give a shit. You're not going to nordstrom or or the rack of nordstrom nordstrom so boring. I'm really. I went in there the other day and i i looked around and i'm like go to macy's or somewhere else or bloomingdale's like fuck nordstroms. Honestly if nordstroms was a person. I would slit throat. Okay great okay. So what's your next your next bug by. Oh my god honored okay. The next one is another. It's funny. I don't know why i'm hating on fashion. Anna wintour what about. I think it's time we cancel her. You guys wanna fucking protests against eat. The rich look at anna wintour. And how alita she is. You think she cares. No live concerts raisin. She would spit on you on this. She would she would. Why have we not gone after her as an angry mob yet because we it's time has kaz because people put that on a pakistan tearing down. There's nothing there's nothing special about anna wintour. I think she's a scared. Little reason of a woman. Could you explain who anna wintour is. A main she writer. She's she's just she's a she's a fashion icon. I don't know. Did she write for tiger. Beat glamour magazine. Have who know that. She sits in the front she. Isn't she the head of the pack. The leader of yeah. I think she is. I'm tired of her prune face. And i'm also tired of people realizing that you're gonna cancel people and not include her. Okay all right. We gotta go not as good as jerry out out out okay. What else what else got i know. You got more california burritos. Let's go that i know you. I fucking hate california. Why not what's california's. What does the california burrito meat burrito with french fries in it and if you are from california california does are good. If you're not you know that is just like a soggy diaper food and it sucks. And and they're not really that good good fries can be separate and a good burrito could be separate burritos that we'll get to in a little bit because britos suck to why burrito and that's really worth. I love a california burrito. Do name one. That doesn't taste like a diaper. they all taste like a beautiful delicious debut. Wrong are there are soggy. No yes i think. Why do we need to stuff it in a stuff. What in the fries burrito. You need to wake up people cheap oil and all this kind of stuff. There's a vaccine or whatever the mask this is where the real she california burritos week. The fries out okay. Okay fine fine. Do you really think that is add to a burrito. Yes i love a california burrito. Wear out of state. Nope french fries. Cheese sometimes salsa sometimes ocado rapid. A beautiful beautiful hand made tortilla. Where do you find that Take you to. I can take you to one right now right now. The drive down the street roll. Roll bertos or rigoberto 's or alive. Actually mother bertos. So it's all it's all alberto's yeah it's always that well the bird does have got to realize roy realize okay. Sounds like this is just a personal thing right. No i don't think money people are gonna agree with you know. This is my reflection corner. Do you think there are a lot of people in the world that are going to be like. Yeah down with california burrito. I'm the people that are aware anybody comes to town. Come to sow sakau. She says come to. La has garbage mexican food. that's the truth today. Yes la has garbage mexican confused. same. I think it's the same. It's all got rice and beans and it's me to me every california burrito that i've had in san diego tastes. Tgi fridays meal okay. Nothing that i'm category categorically wrong just because a food is i think if you just say categorically to in front of anything to sound like no it's bigger than it is i think and tell me if you think this is right or wrong it's wrong. I think throng a difference of appreciating like a local food verses. If it's good or not just because california britos existence sandiego doesn't mean that they're that good. Oh my god. I i i wanna call our last gas troy johnson and ask him if he likes california burritos. I wanna get his. I'd bet he would say yes. Show me one good one. That's my challenge. Calmer now let's call renault's put him on. He's busy no call. I think he's busy. Call him call. Yes yes thank you know. Did we have a super question for you. We're we're recording our next episode. And i'm talking about how i hate california burritos. Can you prove me wrong. You're on on air on air..

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"venmo" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"venmo" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"Push back. The problem thought final. Here's your host joe getty. Hey let's get a final thought from everybody on the crew to wrap up the show for the day there. He is pressing the buttons on the control room michelangelo. Michael what's your final thought yet. Jack maybe right. The internet is can be the doom of all of us. I'm an internet junkie. And i'm going to try and maybe after six. Pm my cut off right. Just shut up all social media all internet so limited hours for internet for me. Yeah kind of the What do you call it with the dieting. Part of the heart of the day. Fasting intermittent fasting. I like positive sean. Our producer finals on the outpouring of support from the audience after announcing that i am departing. The show at the end of this month was a a an overwhelming. And i thank you all for all your messages apologies. I cannot responded to them all but you've seriously reconsidered and are going to stay hands on jack of final thought. So you know how you get in the groove of eating right night. You're on diet. And then he fall off it. How do you get back in it. How do you get back in the group. Is anybody have any tips. Do i need to like strip naked and take pictures of myself from all angles and post them around the house there. Do i have a bunch of people. Call me names. I mean how do i get. Back in the groove. No have a long talk with yourself south. That's not working tips. Text line four one five two nine five. Afdc my final thought based on what we're talking about today and we'll get back into tomorrow a little bit. Is that no gender transition methods for kids. Nothing permanent nothing. Medical counseling talking looking at the problem. Psychologically yes no medical stuff for children again if you missed our discussions of that. I can't remember when it happened or a couple of different periods. But grab the podcasts. At armstrong and getty dot com the armstrong and getty on demand armstrong and getty rabbit other grueling four hour workday also at the website hotlinks with all the stories videos in articles and stuff. We were talking about. You can read them for yourself and look at them for yourself. Trump's an email if there's something we ought to be talking about send it along. A mailbag armstrong and getty dot com. Get yourself some ag. Swag obama has headline female. Weightlifter suffers tragic in japan. Apologize in advance for any mean accurate. Things i'm about to say decorate your home with plants according years zodiac sent. You are soft head and you shouldn't. At times there are ramifications word. Will the universe of smart guy. let's go and boom goes the dynamite and you're talking about acres. I hate haters. I love sassy i know. Y'all very much. Armstrong and getty discovery plus has the largest library of true crime content ever binge your favorites plus new exclusive original series the streaming home of true crime plus so much more for just four ninety nine discovery. Plus start your free trial today..

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"venmo" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

Mojo In The Morning

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"venmo" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

"That every time that you hear this song he knew me wind then a serious right now. Yeah i'm on your thong king. You can't hear very now you remember. The exact brown song made you cry because my old man because of a man should make up that story because you just need gift idea yes. What's on zac brown. My old man. Oh yeah for sure. I love zach zach brown and his band. Did you only say that to me that year because you wanted to get something you were being trained to be. Get touching with me now. What really strikes you the most in hits your heart show way. When he's winning the old man part who wants their dad to get old united states. We can all relate to that joke. Can you put speaker real quick. Sure yes ashley judd. Now put them is a pretty good though. Put them on where they that we're here. Okay make sure. Joe mentioned how he didn't get me anything for father's day such your line. No this guys so mad. No he's mad at me. Because i called him and i said hey your gift is like i was gonna buy dinner. That's pretty nice. Though because he ended up he ended up. Not listening to me. I'm gonna listen. I'm gonna listen to your podcast. Look for the part in the show. Were joe explains that. He bought his dad nothing. No i'm going to talk about. What did you what did you get your dad's love mash league you down. Ashley didn't almost lose your father in the last year. Hey you need them but at the hospital so sentimental this show i bet jed jed you did you pop something. Nice inch i did. I bought him a fitness tracker. And he's going to think that it's a slap in the face no good gift. That's a very nice. Get hell. Why because you care about you. A fitness tracker. You'd be calling me right now and saying that i'm calling you fat by buying you know that. Well that's the opposite of fat. You wanted to give me three hundred dollars worth benmahfoud. I think you look great. All right well. listen. I just want you guys to know this. I also let megan know this. Because of megan's gift was late in the mail because she only got it next week. Father's day twenty twenty to the nineteen th okay. So it's on the nine hundred already. Got a card already for you. Guys have a good show. Talk to you later. He doesn't mention that on his show. I swear to god. I'm gonna go on social media and i'm gonna disown them this. Your listeners are more than willing to hold me accountable. Listen to the show show are trying to get some. Follow me all right all right. We'll talk to you later. Love you guys all right. Listen to those guys at night to on station here gentlemen. Five and in detroit. He could have just written lyrics basang in the card. And you crawl believe me. I've done that before. I've done it. Happy father's day especially to the dads who let the kids eat everything in the house after mob says no this is mojo in the morning..

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"venmo" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"venmo" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

"You have to talk about it. Spill the beans. Okay so one of my problems it was like oh just looking for like cool people to have a fun summer blah blah blah and. That means you want to hook up with someone. And i was like i know i was like i just like whatever and like i don't but like whatever i also had this photo with his cowboy hat on and then everyone was like bitch change. This and i'm like okay. I was going to. I don't know. I just thought i looked pretty in it But yeah but me being all blessing right now is like why am i. Don't even embarrassed about that. Yeah no wait. This doesn't make any sense. I think is fine and also well okay. Yeah no i get it. If you say you want to have a good time that means you want to buy good time. Yeah yeah which again. And anyways. I was like oh i needed update my profile but then i was thinking okay but i don't have time right now parallel everything. I'm just busy. So i put them on the private mode. But are you still talking to people or no no. I haven't been for a while. And that's why i don't know i'm just weird place with dating clearly. No do you know why you're in a weird place. I think honestly. I'm just so busy right now. That i barely have time to do. My laundry cleaned my room so it feels like a lot of effort. Even though i know it's not but it feels like i had to fucking never have time to do your lender you're cleaning out. Yeah yeah. I like every second. I've been editing. Because normally i have gotten an editor but with the parallel video. I edited it and then. Tk helped me. So i feel like all my free time has gone there. And then i was like what's the point if i'm just gonna talk to these people and not meet up with them but you know maybe we're we're down to i. Also i don't know if any other single people feel this way. But i definitely with everything starting to open up now more than ever i i would love to meet someone in person naming i so i think dating can be really relaxed and not that much effort or it can be really a lot and take a lot of your time lot of effort. So why advice do you have for me. I don't want it to be a lot of effort. I don't i want it to be chill. And i don't know i. Yeah what. I need advice. I really for me personally. It was like way less effort and more chill. Once i found people that i actually liked i think would takes more effort and more time as like weeding it out and finding someone that you really connect with. That's what i feel like because once once you find someone you like and that you guys in. There's a mutual liking there and just being yourself exactly line. You get to know them. Yeah it's less pressure it's way easier. You don't have to think as much you're not over thinking as much i think that's when it becomes easier but if you don't have the time right now to put in to find that person then it's also what's hard for me is okay. I go on a day. Or i talk to this person and then if it feels like a waste of time i like i love being productive so if something is like a waste of time or i'm like oh that wasn't worth it. That's hard for me. But i think i still needed to keep the mentality of when i first started dating of. Oh like this is like a learning experience for me. And then i'll see it as productive. Does that mean i mean. I don't think it's ever a waste of time. I think the most boring dates. I've been on have made for like hilarious stories. Like when i might eat or like if i learn something new about someone like that's cool okay. Speaking of i have a dating story. I've never told you this. Can i okay. i have to disclaimer. I am not in any way making fun of this person's career choice. Okay like i like fooling i. I think i was caught off guard with like how they told me. So i went on this date with this guy who i was like. Okay like he's he looks cute. We can call him joe k. Joey and i remember he was a little bit late. Which kind of. I was like I don't like this but once he came up. He was super apologetic. Which i really liked. And i understand l. a. and traffic and all that stuff so we get drinks and i remember thinking man. He's wake you in person like so much cuter in person. He had a little bit of an accent. And i was like wait like your cute and he was tall like check. Check check check. So we're talking and we ended up talking for over an hour and a half at the first place were at and i was like oh shit because you know how now they want you to only stay for ninety minutes when you go out anywhere. So we were talking and the conversation was gray. I also was kind of super open about like what i did so we ended up going to get drinks out of a few doors down because the conversation was good. It was actually pretty early too so we were like why not so. We walked down to a different bar and sat down and got Some he also paid for the check which live love laugh so then he's telling me that he moved to la a few years ago and his whole life story he was a writer so he was super not animated but vary like descriptive with everything. And again i do not look down on this career choice whatsoever and i honestly like me out of people being honestly relic. I respect the hustle with anyone. Like do what you gotta do. But he told me when he first moved to la he started doing some acting and he subtly casually mentions.

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"venmo" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"venmo" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

"About that every day. And you know. That's the moment i'm looking back and like oh i could have. I could've done that at all right guy. So father's day is on the corner. I love my dad so much. Do you ever have thing. Were every time i talk to him on the phone. He'll text me. I automatically cry. Because i love him so much. And i'm so grateful to have such a wonderful fatherly figure in my life you know. I'm excited for for whatever reason fathers as one of the holidays i forget every single year but because of macy's i know that it's right around the corner so this season if you're buying any gifts for your father or any father figure in your life you guys have to checkout nasc- seriously the best gifts macy's came an absolutely clutch this year for my father's day gifts. I got my dad. This super sick watch. He's been really wanting and some birkenstocks and a george foreman grill. I am so excited to give him gifts. You guys know how much i love gift giving and i get so excited when i know how much they're going to love it and i know my dad's gonna love every single gift that i got him for macy's so much i actually got my dad. It's so cute. My mom and him have been really into bike riding. So i got him. He's my dad's so interesting. I don't know if anyone else's parents like this when he works out hill like like if he goes on a walk he'll just wear his jeans and i'm like dad put on like workout pants but he just doesn't like i don't know i'm a whole bunch of like workout clothes and workout Stuff that. I'm really excited to give him. Oh i also got him. These headphones like jbl headphones which is really nice brand. I am so excited to go. He's such a cute little like tech nerd also like he loves photography and tech stuff. So i'm really excited to give him those headphones. I think he's like it. And i will make sure to tell him not to listen to this. Because that always happens to me especially being an influencer whenever there's holidays. I'm excited to show what i'm getting people but then i ended up forgetting that the you know my my parents listen to every single thing that i post. Nobody's talking to listen to this right now. Have father's day but if anyone else needs presence i'm not i'm not kidding. We talk about macy's a lot but we really do love them. They have so many options they have lux lux things. They have more affordable things. They have designer goods. They have so much so there's definitely anything for whatever budget you have and i'm sure that the father figure in your life will love them so if you guys are looking for a great father's day gift you guys have to check out as you know that we have our own custom site where we're constantly adding different things to their. We have everything from like homeware to clothing to tech things to george foreman grills and watches berkinstocks. So go check out our page. It's macys dot com slash pretty basic not only. Can you find others gift ideas. But we have some of our favorite clothing items kitchen appliances as you guys know. It's all at macys dot com slash pretty basic another embarrassing thing that i saw something so funny. I did a little too bad where i couldn't have made a comeback but if you screenshot remember turtle dude. I screen shotted for four texts. Yes worth of our texts to send to my friends. But i actually sent all for him. Normally you'd only send one so this case in point if you have to do this. Let's say you're talking to a guy and you know you got into a little argument or something and your screen because you wanna send it to me and you wanna be bitch. What's going on can. Yeah like i need advice but then send it back to him on accident apply and you say now look at this thing about what you said or something like that. It'd be like look how this looks on. my end. is the attacks on the other end of yet. Oh my god. That's actually gold. That's great act embarrassed. Oh my god. I'm actually gonna remember that. I feel like the dating scene has been interesting for me. I've been over dating apps. I actually you know how you can make your profile invisible. Yes i you just told me about that. I did that even though it doesn't make any difference. Basically i can still keep the matches. I've matched with and i can still message them. But if someone's just scrolling on an app they won't see my profile like i won't pop up and for whatever reason because i'm always in my head. It feels kind of like a little break like it's not like a have to worry about. Okay i know what started it. Okay i know. I was at dinner. The other night with my management and the topic of dating apps came up and people asked to see my profile. And i was like okay. I need an update a picture. I love you. But i was like fuck it again. There's nothing you can be embarrassed about it. I was like okay here. Like look at it. And the things i knew i wanted to change. People agreed. I should change. But that's such a different level of vulnerability when you have a table of eight people looking at your profile for a dating app. It's like i was. I was like it was just funny and way way anyway. The things that you think you should change and they said that you should change. I.

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"venmo" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"venmo" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

"Here okay. I'm laying down my therapy session. Obviously if one thing was going to be wrong this video that was the best thing to be wrong also obviously out of all the dates. At least like people can kind of put together the masks. There were a lot of comments being like. Oh i think you must have the dates. That was twenty twenty one like they could figure it out because the the thing but my and also on a real no after knowing do have mild. Ocd this makes so much more sense to me of why this bothers me so much. I honestly like take it all down. Take take it down like it's not worth it just But it's okay. We live in the we learn. That would be a mistake. I would make i just copy and pasted the dates and then switch the month and the day but not the year. So i'm really sad at myself like how did i. I watched the video so many times. I didn't catch it. I mean. I don't know how much time you spend on it so i'm just sorry but that's okay. Everybody makes mistakes. It's okay eddie. Has those days. everybody knows what i'm talking about. Everybody has those days. I think like people. No i mean recently with cooking with remmy stuff. I've been getting some house up and going. It's been really good episode to win up. And i've been having a lot of fun with it but because i mean i can't even imagine how much you had backlogged and things for parallel for the past couple years. Obviously i only worked on cooking behind the scenes for like maybe two and a half months or so side no. I had so many computer problems. And i called apple twice and they showed me how to add it in proxy media. Which essentially makes it so much easier to edit big projects. So i'll sit down with you and and we can go over that for money. Okay thank you so much. I had so much. I was basically filming in the dark. Before uploading naming like i feel two episodes actually almost filmed three or four episodes. But i remember at one point. We hadn't even launched yet. No one even knew anything that i was like. Oh shoot. I don't know how people what if people absolutely hate this. I don't wanna waste my time. Format exactly or just the whole concept. I was like. I don't want to do all this work. And put all this money and time into it if people are going to hate it. So let's just stop an episode to and wait episode. Two went up yesterday. People say they hated it. But i definitely got a lot of constructive criticism which i. I'm proud of myself because a lot of it was within the editing. Which actually i don't even edit the videos also so i kind of helped me also not taking it too too much tonight. You know what. I mean the and also it was so easy. Editing is such an easy quick. Fix that you can just for the next video implemented the only but a lot of it was about the editing style and then just a few things like the website that i personally messed up so i had like an absolute meltdown last night by myself. Oh my god. Why didn't you call me. No i get it i was. I was having a meltdown about my dates dates. I i mean. I didn't cry but i definitely like hours later would be like. Oh it's like the next week you're going to be in the shower. Yeah you like. I think it's just hard because it's something that i love to do so much but i. It's so new to me every single thing that i'm was so new out of my comfort zone and there's a lot that goes into it that i kind of feel like just crumbled last night because i was like i can't do anything right. It's all wrong. i'm okay. I woke up. No yeah i had to meet the coolest thing as why like it is so different and there is a difference when it comes to filming cooking video to that magnitude and level that you are. The production is amazing versus if it was just a cooking quick video on your blog channel and finding that rhythm and finding that style is honestly the exciting part. Because that's what's like. Ooh like how it's going to look. How are we going to do it. You know dan. I'm sure you know like what are things like. What are things now that you empathize more with cooking shows and general. Now that you understand a little bit more. I think oh my gosh so much like the amount of prepping and work that goes into it. I mean yeah. I grew up watching cooking shows and everything was like. Oh just like tables and this this and that and it's already out all set up and bowls and things like that and you throw it in but right now when i watch a show i think about all the prep that goes into it before the raspy ties even like my my little cooking. Show that i'm doing is so small in comparison to whether it's rachel radio dealer a garden all those people i bet there's like fifty people on sets for a food network. Show that god. Yeah joanna gaines has one and she did a behind the scenes that i watched. And that's how i got inspiration for how to do it. They even had like this giant. Scroll of paper up behind the camera that had in big letters written down how much for each like measurement so she could say it to the people since she didn't know off the top. Yeah isn't that interesting all these things. I never thought about almost like a teleprompter something. Yes i mean. So that was even when i went into my thing last night was like some things weren't matching up. Because i feel like when i was doing the video i would say one thing and then the paper would say something else. I forgot to change it so there. It's been working the kinks out. Obviously now a lot more of you know testing and working things out like going over things reviewing things and hopefully. We'll get to the point where everything is airtight. And great. But i will say going through the comments. The criticism was so respectful in a way where it didn't make me. I wasn't crying because people were mean. I was crying. Because i was just kind of like disappointed in myself i think for i gotta not i could have done better and now i'm learning but i think in the past how i even received criticism as i did now. I would have completely like. I'm quitting over. You know what. I mean so. I was really proud of myself for being grateful. I was like thank you so much. I appreciate that. I'm gonna take this into account. And then this morning immediately. The second mayes woke up. I had zoom call with my team of like guys moving forward. Let's do this this this this like we need to the editor so it was really good and i feel like i'm. I'm learning a lot in growing a lot but you know not. Everything's going to be perfect. That's what i know. And that's that's exciting part because in a year when you frigging like five cooking books and you're going on a national tour like doing all this shit you're going to look back and think about right now. This is the exciting part. It's the scary part. It's where you don't know you know like again in a year. You're gonna look back and i think yeah don't like enjoy it enjoy it. I feel the same joy. The meltdowns enjoy eating like i if it were ever scale up to. I'm sure as things get bigger the problems in the criticism and things get bigger too. So i feel like one day. I'll laugh and be like that's what you were sad over to. Actually this is perfect. Because i I was watching this video. I clicked on this video. That was like. I don't care what people think about you because i was like. I'm a let me let me see that tips and i feel as i feel the same you know. Doing bigger projects were opening ourselves up to a different type of criticism. And especially when you've worked so hard on something you you don't want one comment to get your day down. You know it's different when it's a youtube video that you're just filming in your room but when it's a project and you know what you're really pouring your heart into it can really bring down. But i was watching this video kind of as a podcast. While i was getting makeup is mark manson. He's the one who wrote the settle are about not giving a fuck. Oh yes..

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"venmo" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"venmo" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

"It's that time again. we back baby pretty basic. Hey ram hi. How are you today i. I'm doing well today. You know when you think you're going to have a very chill relaxed day though and then about fifty things. Hit your to do list when you weren't expecting Yes that's me today. So i'm lately triggered but happy to be here. Can i say minds the complete opposite of that. Because here's here's my morning. I woke up. Hell early my alarm six eleven. I don't know why. I always have my alarm. Go off at a random time. Oh my god. I forgot when we would go to hotels and stay your clog all the such random ass times especially if you're traveling with someone and their alarm goes off. You're like how. I have one more. And i swear i swear. Sometimes i've fallen asleep in that one minute and then i swear it's crazy but i woke up at six eleven very early and i wanted to work out and be productive for my day and i figured let's start the week off right so get up early. I did a little workout at seven. And then but i took a nap. Okay okay. that's my question. Would you rather wake up like you did work out and take a nap or would you rather just have uninterrupted sleep and then wake up a little later in workout and carry on with your day. It's so funny. Because normally i'm not an upper like i do not nap but this morning i definitely did and i actually loved it because not only do i feel the productivity of getting up early and getting my workout done but i felt so rested. So i don't know i i don't know i don't know i am personally nap queen. I love a good nap. At least i mean. I would say once a day. I don't want state. But i would love to nap. Wants today and i personally. I used to do a you do i used to wake up at friggin five. Am six am workout. Come home in the. I'm tired and take a nap. But then at one point in my life i realized ram hand sleep till ada and workout and then continue with your day. You can do that too now. that's what i do. Yeah no it's great. What is balanced we don't know but we don't know yeah so not to rub it in your face but jason pretty chill for me. Awesome love to hear that so good. How's your night. Oh did you watch the fight. I did watch. The fight was anti-climactic to say the least yes. We have actually talked about this yet. So i'm curious to hear your thoughts with everything we are speaking about the logan. Paul and floyd mayweather fight. I mean to be honest as i was watching. I realized i don't really enjoy boxing. Because i don't really like seeing people hurt each other like it was stressed out so much and the prefight sylphides every leading up to the big one. They were so they were all very good. Obviously at boxing and there were like broken noses left and right and i was just sitting there like know stressing out. I realize i don't like boxing. But the the fight itself nothing happened. I can't believe that it happened the way that it did. I really thought for sure. Paul was absolutely get knocked out and very happy. I didn't place a bet with anybody and yeah i. This might be an unpopular opinion or might be a popular opinion. I don't know. And here's here's my little disclaimer. I know nothing about boxing. Okay nothing. I think it was rigged. I think it was likely. I my skeptical self. Who has trust issues. I'm like everyone. I saw a tweet that perfectly. Summarize it said. Logan and floyd one anyone who bought this lost. My god like i like. It's so true. And then i was talking to our trainer because he's really into boxing and fighting and all that stuff and i i'm gonna mess this up and that's why how disclaimer. Because i don't know the shit. But he said over the past like last three fights or two fights that floyd did. He's made over five hundred million dollars like this guy is a businessman. So why wouldn't he. Fight logan paul and a fucking cash. Like why wouldn't you. And you know what i mean like i i just i feel like they agreed to. Let's make it a tie like benefits. Both i don't care come at me. That's what i believe. I think that floyd mayweather absolutely has the wherewithal to destroy logan. Paul i really right seem i mean. Granted he is older. He's i mean he's older and he's also shorter and also ways lassen that but that usually makes it better because he can be fast like in boxing. It's not about size. Okay agreed but logan was actually pretty fast. For how big is i was gonna say i i will say and maybe this was the whole point of it. All i was actually impressed with logan like it looked like he was trying. I mean like. I was like oh you actually got a few punches every few minutes or so i'd be like oh he's down. He's for sure going to be done because he looked so tired. But pushing on his yeah. It was inspirational as inspirational as him. Walking onto the greatest showman. Oh my god what did you see my story. Yes okay backstory. If you see my instagram story yesterday literally were cooking dinner. Tk and her brother. Philip came over so it was just us for me and ask them and we're cooking dinner. This is before the fights on antique asks like she does because she has her polls and questions she says what would your walk out song be to. Everyone and i was like ooh. I don't know the first thing that popped in. My head was nicki menaj. Because i've been on a nikki kick. Like i've been shenley i was like. Oh my god. I could so see me coming onto that or like one of those and then we go around the circle and she goes you know what song i love the one from greatest showman and then all of a scream and we're like 'cause we love greatest showman and i said that's amazing song choice kid you forty minutes later. We're sitting and we're wondering. What song is logan ball going to walk out to you..

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 Joe Biden’s Private Venmo Account Discovered in ‘Less Than 10 Minutes’

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Joe Biden’s Private Venmo Account Discovered in ‘Less Than 10 Minutes’

"Buzzfeed news is reporting it located President Biden's private Venmo account and that it only took 10 minutes to do so. It's reporters began the search after seeing a New York Times article about the president, sending his grandchildren money by way of the money sharing APP. Although the president's transactions were not publicly available, his friends were To reaching out to the White House for comment. Buzzfeed says Mr Biden's alleged Venmo account was wiped of any friends. Then most says the safety and privacy of its users and their information is always a top

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Western Union's CFO Raj Agrawal Discusses COVID-19's Impact on the Company

Bloomberg Markets

05:43 min | 1 year ago

Western Union's CFO Raj Agrawal Discusses COVID-19's Impact on the Company

"Just briefly tell us about the trends that you saw during the pandemic. Did people need to use Western Union more? Hey, Thanks for having me. Yes, absolutely way actually saw that need to receive money during the pandemic Over the course of the last 12 months was greater than ever before. We also saw a shift in terms of how people were using our business. You know, we have obviously. A very broad retail network. But we have also a fantastic, you know, well growing digital business. That is now present more than 75 countries. And so we saw tremendous growth in our digital difference because people were looking very frequently for online ways of sending money to their loved ones and You can imagine that during the pandemic, um you know, in many of these other countries were going through a very difficult time, which would continue to do so. And the people who have the ability to send continue to send money and they used our business quite frequently. So No, we really saw a makeshift not only in our business, but also in the market overall, where digital parts of the market really took off during the course of last year. Raj. We still have persistent higher than we would like unemployment in the United States. How's that impacted your flows in your business? Yeah, way. We're very much a global business, Paul. You know we are presently 200 countries and territories around the world. The U. S is obviously very important Market for us. Yeah, we certainly saw. You know some impact from the unemployment. The pandemic is not behind this yet. We need to see how things play out. We are assuming that the second half of this year will be in a better position economically, not only in the U. S, but also globally. As the vaccines are more widely distributed. So we're hoping for a better second half economically, and I think that again, people who have had the ability to send money people who are Still employed and making money basically continue to use our business at a at a high rate, and we've also seen the amount of principle going through our business go up quite quite a bit. We grew a cross border principle by 12% last year. Where's the entire market was probably down a little bit. So, you know, I think we're still getting good traffic, and people still have a need to receive money. I'm a customer myself of our business and I've spent more money in the last 12 months and I have historically because my my relatives have a need to get that money. So Roger why the decision to increase the dividend? It's really a trip. We've had a track record over the last 14 years. We've increased the dividend by 13 of those 14 years. So we have a lot of confidence in the strength of our business. We know that regenerated A very strong large amount of cash flow. Last year we generated about $900 million in cash. Operating cash flow will have another good year this year, and we think it's really what our shareholders want. And so we've raised the dividend in 13 of the last 14 years, and this is just a continuation of that trend. And you know we're looking for good things. We have a good strategic agenda this year and Being a good healthy dividend is a key part of that for us Raj tucked us about the competitive landscape for Western Union. You guys obviously been in this business for a long, long time, have tremendous brand value. But there's a lot of technological competitors whether it's you know, the apse Venmo or something like that talked to us about the competitive landscape for Western Union. Sure, yeah, I mentioned before we have a very large and strong and fast growing digital business. Our digital business will be about a billion dollars inside this year in terms of revenue side. And we are very focused on the cross border Remittance market as you know, and there many acts like Kendall is much more of a domestically oriented chaotic here in the U. S. So ours is much more about Lending money all around the world, and that's really where our strength is. We have the ability to settle in 130 currencies. In a matter of minutes. We have the regulatory compliance capabilities that go with it. We serve a number of different kinds of partners. We have a white label offering that we've you know that we're partnering with banks and other fintech type players, so we can really be the back and provider to other companies. Even other digital players that may not have the reach that we do. Saudi telecoms is one example. That's been very successful for Saudi Arabia. We have another one in Russia with spare, which is a bank is one of the largest bank in Russia. And so we really have a number of different angles. We have a branded Western union calm offering and, you know, I use our services as well. And you can. You can initiate and completed transaction in the matter of 30 seconds and I can do it for the money. My loved one of in India, you know, matter of seconds very recent college if he's air quite high, considering some competitors don't charge really at all. Are you going to do anything about that? You know, our fees are very representative of the cost of doing business that we, You know, it's not simple. It's not free to really move money around the world. You know, to have regulatory compliance capabilities and to actually protect consumers in terms of when they spend their money. There's a cost of doing business, right 200 markets and that's really what we do, and we're in the business to make money and the other others who are not charging a few. It's not a sustainable business model for them, so that's really the way we look at it.

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"venmo" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"venmo" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"IOS APS for eligible users in the U. S. And that the cash a check feature will allow users to snap a photo of a check and deposit it into their Venmo account. This is a very similar system to what a lot of other online banks already have. You always love to make fun of me that I take a picture of all of my checks and deposit everything into chase? Well, A lot of banks already do that. And so, Venmo is is taking Ah page out of that. The review process that makes the funds available should only take a few seconds And in some cases, they say, it might take up to an hour, but probably not. These will apply to most checks, but then most waiving the fee for deposits of stimulus checks for a limited time. So if you do if you do, get a paper check in the mail, and you would like to deposit that into your Venmo account, you can now use the cash check feature and you will not be charged any fees the usual fees, which are governed by papal, they normally include a 5% check cashing fee for hand sign payroll in government checks. For a minimum fee. Five bucks or 1% of the fees s Oh, they're gonna waive all of that to use cash. A check Venmo customer has to have either event no debit card, which a lot of people have now, or direct deposit active to their Venmo account. And so Venmo is partnered with first Century bank and bingo money. Ingo Money provides the check cashing services for papal. So now they're just sort of transferring that same that same service over to Venmo and so, like I said, most banks already do this, But this is great news for Venmo customers. Ah, lot of people who you know, don't want to use the traditional bank. With all the fees. Venmo is a really convenient option. So now, if you have your stimulus check pop it into then mon, you won't have to pay the fee. All right, Here's KFC's marketing department yet kind of wacky announcing a gaming computer. The geek out..

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People Sent Venmo Requests to Mitch McConnell After He Blocked Stimulus Increase

Bloomberg Law

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

People Sent Venmo Requests to Mitch McConnell After He Blocked Stimulus Increase

"Americans are looking to get their $2000 stimulus money from Mitch McConnell one way or another, with the Senate majority leader, blocking a bill that would increase the payments from $600 to 2000. Twitter users have been taken to using Venmo and PayPal to demand money from the Kentucky Republican, One person took to the Social media platform to show off a screen shot of a request sent to McConnell saying. The economy won't exist if every American dies from this pandemic,

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Venmo, PayPal and Cash app share our personal info with data firms

Talking Tech

03:41 min | 2 years ago

Venmo, PayPal and Cash app share our personal info with data firms

"Okay guys you've heard me rail against then Mo and how they abuse our privacy specifically sharing some of our personal information with third party marketing firms. I don't think it's right and I talked about this a few weeks ago and was inspired to thus take a look at how some of the other apps responded as well. It's during this time of coded nineteen crisis. That many of us are ditching. The use of paper money which can gather germs and we are choosing to pay electronically peer to peer Mobile. Payments is the easiest in cleanest way better than even pulling out a credit card instead. Just open the APP. Choose the person dollar figure and click sin but what most of us don't realize. Is that when we pay our friends this way? In many instances we are giving up valuable information about ourselves that gets shared with a host. The data companies a process. That happens in the background without us. Having any choice any say so then. Mo is by far the worst abuser. There're others as well again. I worked with the security firm. Disconnect which monitored every payment I made to find out where the data wet with van Mo my user location where I lived in the person is transacted with that person's name was sent to a data firm name braise. We don't know why brace gets my information or what it does with it because neither company would tell me then. Mo also sent the contact information to a company called Pollard Dot. Io Creates animated stickers to accompany your payment and a company called pinpoint secure data collector but again then Mo wasn't the only abuser the cash up which comes from the square company. They sent my data to firms that showed up in the transaction as APP measurement dot com in mobile APP TRACKING DOT COM pay pal set my data to 'em Particle Crash Olympics in digger dot. I O. So all three sent my information without my knowledge without asking. If I approved of this let me tell you about the other companies. Would you believe that facebook pay Google pay and Apple? Cash didn't share my information with anyone. I I was pretty surprised about this because facebook and Google are so grabby about our information yet. They did not see the need to share it with third party marketing firms and of course apple is the cleanest of all of them and they didn't share with anyone Zell. Which is the banking consortium that works with Chase and Bank of America Wells Fargo and other banks? They shared my information with the security firm. But this was not concerning like the other ones. My bottom line is that facebook and Google by far the best payment experiences with Google. Pay You can actually pay someone in g mail. Nothing is easier and facebook was really easy to but now facebook and Google know who I pay when I pay how often I pay how much I pay. I'm giving them more information than they had before apple. I love the fact that they don't take my data but it only works on apple devices in if so does if if I have a friend who has a Samsung Galaxy. I can't pay that person. Patrick Jackson who is security researcher I worked with his tip is to use pay pal but only to use it on the web not to use it on the APP because it's in the APP where they share the information on the web. They

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Venmo sold my home location to a data firm

Talking Tech

02:31 min | 3 years ago

Venmo sold my home location to a data firm

"To a third party marketing firm. How would you feel well if you're like me? I didn't feel so good because I found out this week then mo was doing exactly that. I'm Jefferson Graham. You're listening to talking tech. I've got more so stay tuned. I handed over my phone this week to disconnect. It's a security firm in San Francisco. It agreed to take control of my phone and find out exactly who is tracking me. Results weren't great then Mo Solitaire. The New York Times. The weight loss APP Gnome not pretty and so on van Mo- then Mo is owned by pay pal then Mo is an APP that has replaced cash and checks for many people. It's so easy you open it up you associated with your bank account and you send money electronically it's great it's owned by paypal. What's not to trust a ham ham sharing my information with this third party. Marketing firm called braise. What's Braise braise calls itself a comprehensive customer engagement platform that powers relevant and memorable experiences between consumers and the brands. They love got that no. Of course not you can't make hitter tail out of it and that's not the only one then will also shared my information to a company called. Holler HOLLER MAKES GIFTS. Holler now knows where I live. Holler knows who I hang out with. Who I associate with not good nome which is very popular. Weight-loss APP sent my email address and device information to a third party tracker. The New York Times shared the articles. I was reading with a third party. Tractor solitaire. Solitaire an APP that so many of us use of course. We know it's free. We know there are prices to be paid for having a free APP but solitaire sent out my information to a third party tracker knowing everything about me including that. I was playing the game. All wearing ear buds. No so what to do a few things first of all delete as many apps as you can off your phone because they're tracking you even if you're not using them second of all scream and yell like I am right now. Let the company's No. This isn't good. I

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As Payments Go Social With Venmo, They're Changing Personal Relationships

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:49 min | 4 years ago

As Payments Go Social With Venmo, They're Changing Personal Relationships

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast. We've been looking at what's beyond cash crypto currency digital payments and more in this month's Altech considering. Today. There are more mobile payment apps than ever Zell Apple Pay square cash, but just one doubles as a social network NPR's. Danielle Czeslaw explains how VIN MO has changed relationships when copywriter Kelly Johnson moved to Los Angeles. She didn't tell her parents she'd be living with her boyfriend Johnson grew up in Bakersfield a couple hours drive north very conservative, very religious, my parents as well in LA. She pays the rent and her boyfriend chips in his half on ven mo- when he did it. He put it in the memo line the month, plus like the little house emoji. And that's how my mom saw her. Mom, uses Motoo Johnson was busted I shared that story with Richard krone a payments expert. That reinforces our findings the number one use case is paying rent. He estimates about thirty nine million people use then MO which is owned by PayPal. The company didn't confirm. Here's how it works. You use motive pay request money from other people on the app. It's usually linked to your Bank account every transaction has a memo line, and there are emoji for things you pay for like pizza or wine or rent, but these memos and emojis are public by default. So you can see how your friends spend money, and what they're asking others to pay for krone says that visibility can be a perk. You wanna pay it socially? So everybody knows that you're not a deadbeat and you've met your obligation pay pal. Ceo, Dan, Schulman's has been mo- is the app for generation that grew up on social media. And he says the public feed is the essence of the app here. He is on CNBC. It's really social experience. Like, you do a payment you tag it? You put it emoji next to it. And you share it with. Your friends nineteen billion dollars changed hands over the app just between October and December of last year. That's up eighty percent from the previous year. Not everyone knows others are seeing their payments. The Federal Trade Commission last year demanded that Venema make it clear to customers that these transactions are public. Then MO says, it never posts the amount of the transaction and anyone can make their payments, private private or not the app has made it easy to give cash instantly. We heard from a woman in Baltimore. She picked up a three hundred fifty dollars grocery Bill for a friend who forgot her wallet. But then mode the money immediately. A man in San Francisco told us he then MOS birthday money to his friends for round of drinks. But others notice when it's so easy to split a Bill, it becomes an expectation of definitely less generous. When I go out with my friends. Matthew, Masud studies aerospace engineering at the university of Cincinnati. He says via Skype that he went out to dinner at a restaurant that wouldn't split the check. So he just paid for. For everyone. And then he sent out Venema requests. One of my friends ordered pasta dish, I believe and that one was like thirteen dollars before van MO Masud said he would have just taken care of the whole Bill and next time someone else would if Ben mo- has changed Masud's habits. It doesn't seem to have changed. Kelly johnson. Even after her mom discovered. The live in boyfriend Johnson says she didn't change her privacy settings. No. Are you kidding? I have nothing to hide. Danielle Chaz low NPR news, Washington.

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Venmo Etiquette: How to Digitally Pay Your Friends For 'Stuff'

WSJ Tech News Briefing

05:21 min | 4 years ago

Venmo Etiquette: How to Digitally Pay Your Friends For 'Stuff'

"When it comes to repaying friends mobile apps have made things incredibly easy, not the least of which the opportunities for missteps, maybe you're being rude. And don't even know it a self-described millennial offers his take he joins us in the podcast studio. Wall Street Journal reporter, Kevin McAllister. Welcome. Thank you. So the millennial thing is funny. It's it's this stamp placed on conversations all the time. But in this case, it's super relevant. I'm one too. I'm I'm more toward the tail end of the bracket on the old kind. But it's definitely confusing for me, and this culture shift to digital seems. You know, it seems like maybe if anyone can walk us through it. It's this generation. Yeah. I think it's a shift in culture, and for someone like me, it's an especially even people that might be younger than me. I it hasn't necessarily been a transformation as much as it has been. A, you know, an entirely new way of dealing with money and dealing with technology being that you grew up with it rather than transitioned into using it, right? You know, because it's such a layered nuanced situation that we all find ourselves in now. Right because there's etiquette that you have to learn the tech is rather new, and we're still feeling it out. What are you coming across in your reporting? Well, thought one of the most interesting ones is the charge function -ality that apps like van us, which is really at the at the core, an invoice something that was before limited to functionality to the company might have or something that you employ service on might be able to to charge you for something. But now, it's one friend to another saying, hey, give me this much money. And here's a push notification about it instead of just a casual conversation, a reminder, something like that. So it makes money even more clinical than it necessarily needs to be between friends if you are sending someone's. Digital notification basically tapping them on the shoulder over and over again via their phone which feels different than just saying. Hey, you owe me five bucks you on me. Ten bucks? Right. And then there's the instantaneous nature of it. All does that kind of take things to another level. The fact that everything is just so instantaneous now. Yeah. Well, one of the things that I pointed out in in the column, I recently wrote was that before if you owed somebody say five dollars ten dollars. They would have to go to the m get twenty bucks out break twenty. And then give you a Bill back here. I it's, you know, it's such an instantaneous process of being able to be a couple clicks away that I think not everyone is on the same wavelength as far as how much time can pass between your initial request and the fulfilment there in the skew time situation is very interesting. Yeah. And I think that that different generations view it differently. But I don't think it's a gap. Limited generational. I just think it's it's. Exposure to technology and hundred percents ordering previous thoughts about different technology over to this new device and us not really having this common. Standard of how to deal with a brand new app or a brand new paying someone or brand new of communicate. It's so true. And it's still in motion at this point too. So even if we do figure it out it's a matter of just keeping up with the new tech keeps coming out faster and quicker and making it even more confusing. Yeah. Absolutely. I I'm sure people again, if they read my column, and I I know this fact based on my inbox the past week, people definitely think that that my approach to it is wrong. And and I'm sure to a lot of people. It is interesting. So what kind of pushback are you getting well, I think that there's a, you know, again, sort of a generational divide. If you will between, you know, seeing how certain people deal with money that a lot of these problems could be solved with cash was one of the number one responses that I got, but the idea is you know, that I. I don't always have cash on me. And and this makes it simpler, and maybe to an extent safer. But I mean that I think is still interpretation. But you know, I think I think the pushback is that if you're owed money, you should use the tool to get your money back to make sure that you're not actually getting ripped off by your friends. And you know, I think that that squabbling about money to is is something that I got feedback about that. You know, you shouldn't be doing it at all they shouldn't be your friends, but at the same time if you're out if you're out with people acquaintances friends strangers, even you know money is such a social thing and spending money as such social thing. But talking about it is seemingly off limits at least among some of the circles that I'm with that's interesting. So in order to stay let's say above board in this new digital world. Can you leave us with some, you know, less? I mean, some tips that can maybe just get us to a place. That's a little less awkward. I can certainly try. Again, I try not to use the charge functionality. Because I think it adds, you know, that that level of formality to the kind of transaction that you're really trying to have. And if you can deal with things outside of the world of the app, and then poured it into the actual digital experience. You get the benefits of of the non digital experience and the ease of functionality that an app provides.

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How does the public Venmo API pose a threat for users?

Chips with Everything

04:34 min | 4 years ago

How does the public Venmo API pose a threat for users?

"Of your data that you give to them? Then do you lose your cards that tokens in this case uses can then use their challenge cards? So the challenge cards, let them know what information they can give them. What information they're trying to save? So they can. Build up this kind of immunity if we look at the digital translation, this means turning on an adblocker or switching on your privacy settings. So for the game, you could use these stickers that you'd find in the funny pack to indicate to the tracker that you've blocked certain Dada. Oh, okay. Interesting. So is that like a winner and a loser in this game? It was funny because Hong explained that the winning tracker just shot out of the gates because a lot of people didn't know the rules that much or the strategies in how to navigate this game. A lot of people didn't care about the immunities that much this particular tracker went I'll go straight to them get their information quickly, and then they can deal with the repercussions after I just find that fascinating.

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Graphene: A New Power Source?

The 3:59

04:16 min | 5 years ago

Graphene: A New Power Source?

"The. Welcomes, the three fifty, nine Roger Chan I'm Ben FOX ribbon. I'm Alfred hang will use Alexa to send cash to your buddies. Ben. You've got a scoop on a Cup making this happen. Yes. So give us the details but going on here. Yeah, it's a Virginia company called day own. They work with governments and banks to create a lot of different biometric and security software and platforms. They created this way for you to actually send money to your friends and families, peer to peer payments using Alexis. So it's not as simple as saying, Alexis and mom fifty dollars, but there is a chance that eventually could get that easy. And how does this work? Because like can I go to your house and like Ben, send Roger, fifty bucks. No, so San Roger fifty for I. If I'm going to send you money, I would. I have to set you up as pay online on my now, right? Yes. Podcast. And then after I say that I want to send money, I still have to use my phone open up my phone verify that I actually want to do this payment. And then you have to do some sort of authentication whether it's using face ID, touch, ID, opin, something like that. So there are some additional like feel like that's just another like that's really annoying. Couldn't you just pay on your phone? Would it be simpler to just take out the electric potentially? It could be an also, this isn't this isn't out now day on his hoping to partner with banks where this could come out in the next nine to eighteen months idea would be that eventually voice -cation could be available through Alexa, be eventually as easy as just saying, Alexa this person, and as long as they're setup as your pay you could do is that so you know, after mobsters loan sharks have beaten up so badly that like you can't hand them the money or use your hands to use your phone that you guys your voice to do it instead is exactly. Yeah. I always say, as I explained this to people that are like, what if somebody has a gun. To your Mike, somebody has gone to your head in your house really big problem. You're probably gonna read. Exactly. All right. What's next up? Haven't heard of material called graphene. Graphene is a been layer, pure carbon atoms tightly packed into a honeycomb structure. The care about is can do amazing things because super thin superstrong ideal way to transmit Power. So in theory, this could be used five G of material over promising told me us too theoretically charge a phone in his little seven seconds because it can hold a lot of Power on the phone for days. I'm so super thin and super-strong the way just so you know, damn man over here. Stop flexing offered. I don't. I think a lot of potential. I'm on Ben side here. I'll see it when I believe it. When I see it. It definitely promises a lot. The material is absolutely fascinating. Stephen Shanklin's read about it. We've heard about in the past about sort of the different applications for it. Obviously the, I think the most attractive for most people is application in battery Power. Mostly in the research world. It is katie's talked to the sort of the graphene something experts at mobile congress to ago. And you know, she thought this might be happening in a couple of decades, but they're saying they're saying two, three years, no way not commercially, but I imagine like it'll start showing up in research are indeed with companies right now is totally Akkad Isaac, but I imagine it will actually get a lot closer reality than we think those are in days hoarding, all the cool tech for themselves for sure. Lastly, new development equifax trauma offered. You've got all the details. Yeah. So this is a breaking news story. A former equifax executive used to be their chief information officer. He knew about the breach August and sold his stock ten days before they announced it publicly making nearly a million dollars. How do you waited until after he only would have lost one hundred seventeen thousand dollars. So now he's facing these charges over that. Also he's been fired over this as well. Ouch. Okay. First of all, it's just alleged at this point. He hasn't actually been convicted yet. That's right. More details on the story. Check us out on it. After Ruben amount for dang, as we'll see.

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