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Kotak Mahindra Bank Debit Cards, Credit Cards users alert! Update on making payments, bills



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Kotak Mahindra Bank on Wednesday announced that its VISA debit and credit cardholders can now make payments via the Google Pay mobile app. Using a process called tokenisation that hides sensitive card information, Kotak customers can now link their Kotak debit and/or credit card to Google Pay and then seamlessly and securely digitally transact using their mobile phones across different payment platforms.

“Not only is this process highly secure, but also very convenient as cardholders now do not need to enter their card information for every transaction, transforming the end-user experience,” Kotak Mahindra Bank said.

“Under this value proposition, Kotak customers can now use their Kotak VISA debit and/or credit cards to make payments virtually via Google Pay. Put simply, sensitive card information such as the card number, expiry date, CVV etc. is replaced with a ‘token’, and this token gets used for processing payments

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Intimidating Ku Klux Klan ‘business cards’ left in yards with Biden signs

Ku Klux Klan business cards describing a “social visit” from the hate group — and warning that the next one would be a “business call” — are appearing in the yards of Joe Biden supporters in Tennessee.

Shelbyville resident Breana Green told local outlet WSMV-TV that her friend’s home was targeted.

“We noticed that there was litter in the yard,” Green told the outlet. “I started to pick up the litter and noticed these business cards.”

About 20 Ku Klux Klan business cards bearing the threatening message were strewn across the yard, she said.

It appeared that whoever left the cards was provoked by the Biden-Harris sign in the yard, Green said.

“There [were] also tire marks in the yard which indicated the sign had been [run] over,” she told the outlet.

“I was really startled by it and also kind of scared,” Green told WPLN-FM, another local station.

Though

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Ku Klux Klan cards left at Biden supporters’ homes in TN

Residents of a Tennessee town are on edge after Ku Klux Klan propaganda was found scattered in the yards of homes with political signs expressing support for Joe Biden.

“I was really startled by it and also kind of scared,” Shelbyville resident Breana Green told WPLN News of the moment she noticed a neighbor’s yard littered with 20 “business cards” purporting to be from the white supremacist hate group.

The cards described a “social visit” from the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan and warned, “don’t make the next visit a business call.”

Green said her neighbor’s Biden-Harris yard sign was also destroyed and appeared to have been run over, WSMV reported.

”It’s scary knowing that just supporting a presidential candidate can incite this kind of vandalism,” she told the news station.

Another resident reported that the same cards were left behind after someone swiped a Biden-Harris sign from a

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KKK ‘social visit’ cards left at Biden supporters’ homes



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Joe Biden supporters in Tennessee have been targeted with Ku Klux Klan business cards in an apparent attempt at voter intimidation.

Speaking to local radio station WPLN News, Shelbyville resident Breana Green said she noticed the disturbance outside her neighbour’s home, who supports the Democratic presidential nominee.

According to Ms Green, a yard sign in support of Mr Biden was tampered with, whilst the yard outside her neighbour’s home had been littered with businesses cards that carried the Ku Klux Klan name.

The cards carried a statement threatening a second visit, and read: “You have been paid a social visit by the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan. Don’t make the next visit a business call.”

Ms Green, a community activist and organiser, said that whilst her neighbours are white, the Klu Klux Klan material felt like intimidation.

“I was really startled by it

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Tidy Your Wallet By Cleaning Out Your Credit Cards





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With the pandemic far from being over, the need to evaluate our finances has become all the more important now. The widespread unemployment that the pandemic has brought in its wake has many of us struggling to transition from a double-income household to a single-income one.

If you’re tired of that sinking feeling every time you hold a Credit Card bill or get annoyed by those reminders to pay your annual fee even when you haven’t spent a dime on your Credit Card, it’s time to take a hard look at your finances. Or to be precise, your Credit Cards.

Over the years, as your expenses and needs have grown, you may have accumulated cards that, on second thought, you may never need. Credit Cards may make your wallets lighter but not if you’ve hoarded a whole stack you probably won’t ever use.

Step 1: Discard

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KKK ‘Social Visit’ Cards Left at Joe Biden Supporters’ Homes in Tennessee

Cards describing a “social visit” from the Ku Klux Klan were left at the homes of Joe Biden supporters in Tennessee, intimidating local residents.

Breana Green, of Shelbyville, described how she noticed that a sign showing support for Biden in her neighbor’s yard had been disturbed.

Speaking to WSMV, Green said the yard was littered with a number of “business cards” reportedly belonging to the KKK.

Green believed the cards were left in response to the Biden-Harris yard sign, which also had tire marks indicating it had been run over.

“It’s scary knowing that just supporting a presidential candidate can incite this kind of vandalism,” Green said.

“There is some anxiety that people could be targeted in my family,” she added.

“People in the community could be targeted as well. I just don’t think this should be something that we’re dealing with in 2020.”

Speaking to WPLB,

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Technology startup offers personalized and print boutique-quality greeting cards

Technology startup offers personalized and print boutique-quality greeting cards

Card Isle was founded in 2013 by three Virginia Tech engineering students passionate about making greeting cards more personal, accessible and fun!

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Card Isle was founded in 2013 by three Virginia Tech engineering students passionate about making greeting cards more personal, accessible and fun! www.cardisle.com
Card Isle was founded in 2013 by three Virginia Tech engineering students passionate about making greeting cards more personal, accessible and fun! www.cardisle.com
Card Isle
www.cardisle.com
Card Isle www.cardisle.com
Card Isle www.cardisle.com

Richmond, VA, Oct. 12, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Center for Innovative Technology (CIT) today announced that the Virginia Founders Fund (VFF) has invested in Card Isle, a Blacksburg, Va.-based technology company that is rethinking how greeting cards can be distributed in a changing retail landscape. Card Isle offers turnkey solutions to design, order, and print personalized greeting cards, and will use this capital from VFF to continue their rapid growth in the eCommerce gifting sector and develop new markets.

 

Greeting cards have a unique ability to connect people

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Marriott credit cards: Current welcome bonuses in 2020

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If you’re a Marriott loyalist, having a Marriott Bonvoy credit card is an easy way to boost your points earnings and work toward future award stays at your choice of more than 7,000 properties around the world. Even if you’re not planning on booking travel in the near future, keep in mind that Marriott points don’t expire until 24 months from your last account activity — and using a Marriott credit card is considered account activity.

For those looking to earn more Marriott points, this generous limited-time offer for the

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Best travel credit cards for October 2020

While the coronavirus pandemic may have you grounded right now, when you get back to hitting the road or the skies, you’ll want to be equipped with the best credit card possible. Travel credit cards come with some of the highest travel reward rates available — each time you use one, the points you earn with your travel rewards card can be used towards a future (or sometimes a past) travel purchase. 

A travel rewards card also comes in handy for travel perks such as free TSA Precheck and Global Entry, priority boarding, exclusive hotel or rental car benefits and first-class upgrades for the frequent traveler.

Read more: Airline cards vs. travel credit cards: The pros and cons — and which one’s better for you

How to pick

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