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Lets face it, if you got the itch you want to get rid of it asap and conventional wisdom will point you at the usual OTC cream to apply and you hope that takes care of it. If it doesn't, now you're told to go to the Dr, who in my experience is nothing more than a pill dispenser who barely acknowledges any other treatments. After having tried the OTC balm and the "magic pill" solution my Dr proscribed (who's side effects list all sorts of unpleasantries to endure), neither of which got rid of the fungus.
Dr Axe can do more than write books. These products seem to be amazing I am forever grateful that he has taken the time to finally start going to the roots of the issues that traditional medicine seems to avoid.
Wow. Fits phones perfectly. Buttons aren't too tight atop original buttons. Love the feel. Not relying on this product to protect my phone, that's my job. Cheers
This is not an accounting program. It's an instrument of torture. Every "improvement" or update imposed on the user results in HOURS of I.T. trouble and searches for workarounds. The newest version requires constantly changing, complex passwords for each company one opens on QB. If you are a bookkeeping or accounting professional, you will be engaged in time-consuming password management--simply because QB forces it. Sharing files with clients or CPAs will be ridiculously and needlessly complex. No competent professional these days hasn't already addressed security issues internally: but QB has taken it upon themselves to force really onerous procedures on its client base. Can there really be no way to turn this off in future editions or updates? And changing between companies is an exercise in terrible frustration: either one "doesn't have security permissions to delete a file" (which nobody is TRYING TO DO--just change between files!) or there's an error code that doesn't even come up when it's plugged in to any search engine. It now takes up to 5 attempts to ignore 2 separate error messages to switch to a different QB company file. Because of the password protocol changes hidden like a Trojan Horse in the recent product upgrade I'm now frightened to download any of Intuit's suggested file doctors and fixes. I can't trust them anymore not to make it all worse. How can I proceed with confidential client issues when I can't stay on top of what Intuit is doing to its client base? Intuit's program has now gotten so intrusive because of its connection to the internet that it creates its own problems. There are no material accounting or bookkeeping enhancements or improvements from prior versions--but running a payroll program through QB not only forces product upgrades, it also forces changes on the way all users run their own businesses. To be treated this way as a loyal QB user is preposterous. Has anybody found a workable alternative? And I really hope an Intuit representative doesn't "apologize" to me for my inconvenience and forward my concerns to their programmers. They know what's wrong. They just don't care. Intuit can fix all the problems they create by just leaving me and my business to use my own judgment!
The original I received was a little too loud in my ear so the company sent me a different model, with much quieter beep which I really appreciate.
product isn't really usable. the bluetooth signal only works when my phone is in the same side pocket. signal reception is too weak if it is on the other side of body. when i tilt my head down, the unit ceases to work. I assume there is a loose wire or a short in the unit the prevents it from working when i tilt my head down. either way, this is a manufacturing defect. i used this for one weekend before i became too disgusted with it and put ti in a drawer.