Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Diamond Pearl Usherettes -The Best Ushering Agency to Join in Rivers State, Nigeria

“Listen to the mustn’ts, child. Listen to the don’ts. Listen to the shouldn’ts, the impossibles, the won’ts. Listen to the never haves, then listen close to me…  Anything can happen, child. Anything can be.” — Shel Silverstein
Have you ever felt like being an usherette?

Like wanting to travel to exotic places or carry yourself with pride, perhaps an invitation to Aso Rock? Dreams so grand, so distant, they seem like stars glittering and unreachable in the night.

And what of the small dreams? The everyday ones?

The dream of making  money on the side, of feeding your parents, of finding your missing rib.
All these are possible –yes through Diamond Pearl Usherette.
Diamond pearl usherettes are ladies of class and prestige.
Diamond Pearl usherettes are educated, courteous and respectful.

Why Join Diamond Pearl Usherettes?

·         We teach you how to make a positive first and lasting impression on people and our clients.
·         We equip you with the latest tools and skills to be at your personal best.
·         We teach you how to dress professionally.
·         We teach you how to engage in small conversation.
·         We teach you how to make carry yourself, exude a positive body language.

As a Diamond Pearl Usherette You will

·         Hand out programs details to the guest.
·         Escort attendees to their respective seats before the ceremony begins.
·         Direct guest to them restroom.
·         Make sure all guest get their food and drinks.

·         Ensures wedding gifts are safe and secure

contact number: 08036532254

Friday, March 3, 2017

How To Avoid Real Estate Scam in Nigeria

 As the world becomes a global village, many consumers first turn to the internet as a way to either purchase or rent a property.

 While this in itself is good, a  wise choice has to be made in order to avoid being a scapegoat to an online scam.

 One example of such scam is the masquerading of a fake company as a legit government-affiliated housing agency in order to swindle unsuspecting homeowner of thousands of dollars as money needed to modify the mortgage.

 As a result, I decided to provide the information you can use to avoid being a victim.

7 Ways To Avoid Real Estate Scam

1. Search for Duplicate Listing 

Whenever you see a property listing you are interested in, take your time to copy the description and input into Google search.

 If the search result shows the same listing with different prices -it’s a yellow flag and extra care should be taken in order to avoid falling prey to scammers.

 This, however, doesn’t suggest there is no legitimate duplicate listing since agents sometimes post the listing on multiple sites in order to reach a wider audience.

You should, however, ensure that the listing prices for both properties are the same. If you see this discrepancy, call the attention of the website owner as well as law enforcement agent in order to avoid others becoming prey.

 2. Avoid Too Good To Be True Listing.

 If you spot any listing with a very low price, I advise you disregard such listing.

While some good estate deal may come so cheap, it is a rare occurrence. Some scammers may break into a locked property, advertise the property at a ridiculous price, welcome the prospective tenant, collect the money and disappear into thin air.

 3. Avoid Upfront Payment 

As people get desperate to lay their hands on choice houses; so also have scammers become daring. For example, the con men can post a duplicate listing online, and act as the agent of the said listing. These conmen will then ask you to give them money up front as security deposit.

 4. Avoid Paying Fees as Credit Check.

 Another way you can be scammed is by paying money just for credit checks. Though this can be legitimate, the price range should be between 30$ to $50. Anything more than this should be considered fraud.

 You are also free to ask the agent or landlord to provide you with the name of the agency that is to perform the background check.

You can also walk into the agency pay for the report and send it to the prospective landlord. Another means you can be scammed is through foreclosure counseling. Avoid paying money for foreclosure counseling as it is usually free.

5. Deal With Only Legitimate Government Sites. 

Don’t click on most hyperlinks especially when payments are involved.

Either type the website name directly into the browser or Type the site name into Google. Don’t feel so certain because sophisticated scammers now use .gov domains.

6. Be Damn Careful of Workshop Seminars.

 A self-acclaimed real estate Guru will host a real estate seminar where little or no money is required. During the seminar, you’re then pitched a paid course where you sign up in order to gain access to tips on how to buy real estate property for dirt cheap amount.

You attend the paid course, where you are further induced to go for an advanced course. During the course, the type of properties to invest in will be shown to you. These properties are either fake or aren’t what their bogus value.

 7. Verify The Identity of the Agent.

Before doing business take your time to check if you’re dealing with a legitimate agent.

For example, you can do a simple online search to check for: - The Property Address: If the address has been listed online by another company –this should indicate that it could be a scam. - The Phone Number: Does your number match that found on the property listing-? If no –you could be dealing with a scammer. - The E-mail Address: You can type the E-mail Address + scam into Google search to see if the e-mail has been used by scammers previously. -

 8. Work With Reputable Real Estate Agencies.

You can work with popular real estate agents with a good track record.

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

3 Business Lessons Four Lepers Taught Me

3 Simple lessons That Can Transform Your Life

My perception of lepers has taken a u-turn.

INDIA047/ A mother, a leper.

Perhaps you are asking how? Perhaps you are thinking; “Where on earth was he opportune to meet the men who changed his orientation?.”

If you have  this thought, then its time do away with it, because In the Book of 2 Kings 7:3-10 the Bible spoke of four lepers who were outside the gate of Samaria.

These lepers as the passage goes-were at the brink of death-and as was the custom of Israel at the time-they weren’t permitted to get into the gates of the city to look for food as they were regarded as outcast.

Monday, February 6, 2017

The Irresistible Power of Story Telling in Businesses

Storytelling has fashioned civilization, destroyed cultures and built up nations.
Through stories people have been persuaded, inspired and nudged to act out a vision.

Through storytelling, the blacks of America believed the Martin Luther’s vision, keyed into the “I had a Dream speech” and set themselves free from the shackles of racism; hence, releasing them into a just society where people are not judged by the colour of their skin but by the content

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

How to Make a Customer Forgive your Little Transgression

Wondering how you can make a customer forgive you?

No worry in this article I shared a life experience that will definitely help you.

Recently, I had an ugly experience while visiting a friend who manages a cyber café. In this case a lady who bought a ticket almost engaged the lady in charge of tickets sales in a shouting match.

What was her gross?

She was angry that the internet connection was slow and as a result she couldn’t do much, hence she requested for a refund of her money, but the lady in charge of ticket sales vehemently refused to return it to her arguing that the customer has already spent the time embossed on the ticket.

The customer therefore resigned to fate that she wouldn’t be given a refund. She did this with anger etched on her face.

Knowing the damage her anger could do to my friend business I decided to intervene.

First what did I do?

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