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Best Supplier of Ramming Mass in India

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View Online Total Picture Beauty And The Beast (2017)

Posted By christianb on Travel - Belle is unsure of her feelings because of her imprisonment, while the Beast has fallen in love with Belle.
As of April 16, 2017, Beauty and the Beast has grossed $454.6 million in in America and Canada and $588.4 million in other territories for a worldwide gross of $1.043 billion.

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Thousands of Wells Fargo Employees Fired for Creating 2 Million Fake Bank and Credit Card Accounts

Posted By ViewFromTheWing on Credit Cards - 5300 employees of Wells Fargo have been fired for creating fake accounts since 2011 in order to earn bonuses for hitting sales targets. In total over 2 million fake accounts were opened using made up PINs and bogus email addresses for current bank customers.

Chase to Introduce New High End Card – Chase Sapphire Reserve

Posted By PointStrategist on Credit Cards - Rumors have been flying for weeks around a new high end credit card that Chase is set to release on August 21 to compete with the Amex Platinum and Citi Prestige cards.   A Glimpse of the Chase Sapphire Reserve Card The new high end card will echo many of the same benefits we have seen over the past years with the Amex Platinum and Citi Prestige cards from what we are told. Benefits Rumored to launch with a 100,000 point sign up bonus after spending $4,000 in three months 3x points on travel and dining at restaurants worldwide 1x point on all other spending $300 travel annual credit/reimburse