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Paul asks…

What is netspend.net and why do they keep sending me text messages?

I’ve been receiving text messages from “send@netspend.net” for the 2 years I’ve had my phone. It’s a minor annoyance, but I’d like to clear it up without having to change my number (my phone co. has said they can’t stop the texting).

AustinBusinessConsulting answers:

I found this and hope it helps you answer your questions!

“netspend.net (Network)

The domain that you requested, netspend.net, has already been registered by the organization below. Please click here to see other options for this name. As an alternative, you can also let the Domain Brokers from Sedo acquire netspend.net on the secondary market for you.

Registrant:
NetSpend Corporation
Rogelio Sosa
11624 Jollyville Rd 1134
Austin, TX 78759
US
Email: Roy.Sosa@NETSPEND.COM

Registrar Name….: REGISTER.COM, INC.
Registrar Whois…: whois.register.com
Registrar Homepage: www.register.com

Domain Name: netspend.net

Created on…………..: Wed, Apr 21, 1999
Expires on…………..: Sat, Apr 21, 2007
Record last updated on..: Fri, Feb 24, 2006

Administrative Contact:
NetSpend Corporation
NetSpend Hostmaster
501 Congress Avenue Suite 18
Austin, TX 78701
US
Phone: 512-473-2020
Email: hostmaster@netspend.net

Technical Contact:
NetSpend Corporation
NetSpend Hostmaster
501 Congress Avenue Suite 18
Austin, TX 78701
US
Phone: 512-473-2020
Email: hostmaster@netspend.net

DNS Servers:

ns2.netspend.net
ns3.netspend.net
ns.netspend.net”

“Roy Sosa, Bertrand Sosa
NetSpend Corporation
Austin, Texas

Roy and Bertrand Sosa moved with their family to Texas from Mexico as teenagers and settled in Austin. As they reached their late 20s, they knew the frustration of young people who had cash but no established credit history. Their solution was to devise a pre-paid debit card marketed to teenagers that would power online purchases. In 1999, working out of their apartment, they founded NetSpend Corporation with a modest $750 initial investment.

However, the brothers quickly realized that greater demand for their card was coming from the “unbanked” population—those without a banking relationship who are typically low-income and minority consumers—who were looking for the benefits of card transactions, such as access safety and flexibility, without the need for a bank account or credit history.

NetSpend’s core product is the All-Access MasterCard that users can purchase at more than 2,500 check cashing, grocery, and convenience stores across the U.S. Equally important, the Sosa brothers launched an extensive technological platform linking to national financial networks, such as PULSE and MasterCard, to support their cards. NetSpend, now with about 600,000 account holders, is the country’s biggest and fastest-growing processor and marketer of prepaid debit cards. In 2004, the Sosa brothers expect NetSpend to process $1 billion in transactions.”

“Mailing Address:

NetSpend Corporation
PO Box 2136
Austin, TX 78768-2136
Fax: (512) 532-8308
E-mail:

General Questions and Comments:
info@netspend.com

Employment Opportunities:
jobs@netspend.com

Website Comments/Questions:
webmaster@netspend.com
Customer Service:

Toll-free: 1-86-NETSPEND between 8AM-10PM CST, Monday through Friday and 8AM-8PM CST, Saturday and Sunday.
Customerservice@netspend.com
Business Relations and Media:

Business Relations and Media
NetSpend Corporation
PO Box 2136
Austin, TX 78768-2136
mediarelations@netspend.com
partnerships@netspend.com”

Ken asks…

Here is my Wrestlemania 24 match card? Comment please.?

WWE championship match:
Randy Orton (c) vs Triple H vs John Cena

World Heavyweight championship match:
Edge (c) vs The Undertaker

Street Fight (for the custody of Hornswaggle):
Mr. McMahon vs Finlay (special referee Mick Foley or
Stone Cold Steve Austin)

Women’s championship match:
Beth Pheonix (c) vs Mickie James vs Candice Michelle

Career threatening match:
Shawn Michaels vs Ric Flair

Boxing Match:
Floyd Mayweather vs Big Show

United States championship match:
MVP (c) vs Matt Hardy

Special appearance by The Rock

Intercontinental championship match:
Jeff Hardy (c) vs Mr. Kennedy

Cruiserweight championship match:
Gregory Helms vs Jimmy Wang Yang

Money in the Bank match:
John Morrison vs Chris Jericho vs Shelton Benjamin vs
The Miz vs Carlito vs Rey Mysterio vs Kane vs JBL

ECW championship match (Extreme Rules):
Chavo Guerrero (c) vs CM Punk

Comment Please!!!!

AustinBusinessConsulting answers:

WWE championship match:
Randy Orton (c) vs Triple H vs John Cena
As much as I hate to see these three together in the main event, I think it would be a fantastic match. It’s looking more and more like it’s going to be this way and if that’s the case, there’s no way that Orton is going to walk out of the arena with the belt still around his waist.

World Heavyweight championship match:
Edge (c) vs The Undertaker
This is going to be a pretty cut-and-dry match. Since Undertaker is 15-0 at WrestleMania, I seriously doubt that he’s going to ruin his record against someone like Edge. That would be an insult to him. I’m going with Taker on this one.

Street Fight (for the custody of Hornswaggle):
Mr. McMahon vs Finlay (special referee Mick Foley or
Stone Cold Steve Austin)
I think Mick Foley would make the better ref for this one given Austin’s history with McMahon. It would never work. What I’d like to see from this one is have Hornswoggle turn on Finlay, align with his family, and become a heel.

Women’s championship match:
Beth Pheonix (c) vs Mickie James vs Candice Michelle
If they’re doing a three way match for the title, I doubt they’ll do one for the women’s too, but it would be a good match. Mickie and Candice could team up together again Beth and hopefully one of them could walk away with the belt.

Career threatening match:
Shawn Michaels vs Ric Flair
I have a feeling that WM is going to be Flair’s last match and it would be nice to see him go out to one of the people in the business who’s openly looked up to him for so many years. I’d have to go with HBK on this one.

Boxing Match:
Floyd Mayweather vs Big Show
Floyd would kill the Big Show. I was watching the PPV last night and Floyd has a mean little left hook. No matter how big the Big Show is, I don’t think he would win. Plus, the WWE has always loved these little gimmick matches with guest appearances.

United States championship match:
MVP (c) vs Matt Hardy
If Matt if feeling well enough, I’d love to see him come back and strip MVP of the gold. He’s had it for far too long now and has done next to nothing with it. If they still have the belt around, use it! I’d go with Matt on this one just for a change of pace.

Special appearance by The Rock

Intercontinental championship match:
Jeff Hardy (c) vs Mr. Kennedy
I hate to say it, but if Jeff wants to move up to main event status, he’s going to have to lose the IC belt and fast. He’s well on his way so give it to Kennedy right now so he can work on bringing himself up to the next level too. I’m tired of having the same few guys chase the gold all the time. It’s time to bring in some fresh blood.

Cruiserweight championship match:
Gregory Helms vs Jimmy Wang Yang
Bring the belt back and give it to Yang. They have enough cruiserweights around to resurrect the belt and have a good go at it. Plus, with all of the big guys around, the little ones are getting buried in terms of TV time and pushes.

Money in the Bank match:
John Morrison vs Chris Jericho vs Shelton Benjamin vs
The Miz vs Carlito vs Rey Mysterio vs Kane vs JBL
The only two who I can truly see winning this match is Jericho or Kane. I’ve never bought into Mysterio as a top level contender and JBL just came back from the commentating desk and needs to work a little bit. Benjamin, Miz, and Carlito are still mid-carders at this point. The MitB matches are usually good to watch though.

ECW championship match (Extreme Rules):
Chavo Guerrero (c) vs CM Punk
Even though this match has been done before, they have a chance to make a decent rivalry between these two. An extreme rules match might just do that. I’d go with Punk to win as long as there was no interference.

Overall, I’d say that it would be a great PPV and would definitely buy it. Very interesting!

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