May 30, 2008 · 5:48 pm
Paul F. Davis is a savvy political consultant creating and engineering breakthrough communication campaigns to transform business enterprise, alter an election, ignite a movement, and improve your quality of life!
Considering strategic advocacy politically and throughout the global marketplace often contains a moral and religious component to effectively persuade the populace, worldwide minister and political consultant Paul F. Davis is a secret weapon to achieve your communications objective.
Paul F Davis possesses cross-cultural understanding, relational skills, outstanding prophetic insight, and a keen intuition as a futurist.
Paul can captivate any audience and market niche, while defying conventional wisdom to affect social-change across communities and capture constituencies.
Contact Paul F. Davis to formulate a strong communications campaing to appeal to and persuade your constituencies to embrace your desirable outcome.
Politically, a thoughtful moderate with an open mind about every angle to an issue, Paul is not emotionally attached to parties and platforms. This enables Paul to be inwardly congruent and outwardly objective when developing a strong communications campaign for his clients.
Paul F Davis has over 15 years experience as a worldwide professional speaker in over 50 countries and is the author of 14 books. Touching, teaching, and transforming lives is Paul’s passion.
Paul has appeared on numerous internationally broadcast radio shows from Oprah & Friends to Fox News Radio to talk about conflict resolution, peacemaking, foreign policy, and diplomacy.
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Academically outstanding Davis was trained in transformative mediation & conflict resolution (Hofstra Law School); strategic negotiations (Harvard Business School); advanced interrogation (Reid & Associates founders of the polygraph); and NLP & Life Coaching (NLP & Coaching Institute of California).
Paul humorously and elegantly transforms individuals and organizations.
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May 21, 2008 · 3:03 pm
http://www.1and1.com with whom I have 34 domains, many of which I have switched from http://www.GoDaddy.com does not offer clean and crisp easy access to your domain names status. That is unlike with GoDaddy you cannot easily all in one clean listing see the status and expiration dates of your domains.
In an effort to keep ongoing business and continually bang out credit card debits into eternity, 1and1.com likes to hid their auto renewal page in another website altogether and thereby intentionally complicate matters.
The site is http://www.cancel.1and1.com
Then you have to go to the top left and click “cancel” after which you click the link that says “cancel & cancel additional items”
This will finally bring you up to your domains where you can remove the “auto renewal” feature.
1and1 cleverly keeps their customers by making another website to go to in order to simply stop the auto renewal feature, then they conceal and scare customers into thinking they will be altogether cancelling the domain (when they simply want to stop the auto renewal feature).
Many lose heart and simply just leave the domain on auto renewal at this point, but if you persevere you indeed can stop the auto renewal.
A lot of trouble considering GoDaddy makes it way easy. Upon calling tech support at http://www.1and1.com about my 34 domains with them, I asked to consolidate all packages into one, but the tech was too lazy to do that for me and refused.
Neither would she cancel any of my domains. To add to the nightmare when cancelling a domain not only to you have to endure the above process at 1and1.com but you also thereafter have to click through your inbox email confirming the cancellation (that is if you even receive it).
When I had one domain transfer that didn’t go through from GoDaddy, I asked 1and1 tech support to tell me if there were any others. The lady “Sheryl” rep.3729 told me “That will take several minutes to look in each one.”
I replied, “I don’t care! I pay your company several dollars every month for domains. Do it!”
She reluctantly did so and didn’t provide very good service because she had to comply with all of 1.and1.com’s goofy policies to slow down customer cancellations and discontinuing a mere auto renewal.
Paul F Davis – international speaker, author, and consumer advocate
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