Recently Added Videos

Most popular mobile money eBay auctions:

women's Bear lady purse money card mobile phone wallets hand bag clutch

$10.99
End Date: Thursday May-30-2019 19:21:04 PDT
Buy It Now for only: $10.99
Buy It Now | Add to watch list

Vertical crossbody mini mobile phone bag cards money coin zipper
$15.31
End Date: Saturday Jun-8-2019 7:15:36 PDT
Buy It Now for only: $15.31
Buy It Now | Add to watch list

Vertical crossbody mini mobile phone bag cards money coin zipper
$15.31
End Date: Saturday Jun-8-2019 7:15:36 PDT
Buy It Now for only: $15.31
Buy It Now | Add to watch list

Some cool mobile money images:

Outgoing

Image by imtfi

Sheep herder

Image by imtfi
Sheep herder

Airtime status message

Image by imtfi
Your available credit is…

Check out these mobile money machines images:

Joint Task Force East – Bulgaria – 2007 – Range – Southern European Task Force (SETAF) Historical Image Archive

Image by US Army Africa
www.usaraf.army.mil

By Troy Darr
Public Affairs Officer

Joint Task Force-East

NOVO SELO, Bulgaria — U.S. and Bulgarian military personnel joined together for two symbolic ceremonies Sept. 27 and 28 as exercise Lion Strike came to an end.

First, Joint Task Force-East celebrated the ribbon-cutting ceremony for a humanitarian project at a kindergarten in Mokren, Bulgaria. Eleven U.S. Navy personnel from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 40, otherwise known as SeaBees, finished an extensive renovation of the school during the exercise.

The children from the school, along with parents, teachers, school director, local officials and U.S. and Bulgarian military personnel, crowded the small courtyard during the ceremony.

"We say in the United States that the children are our future," said Army Lt. Col. Bruce Sones, commanding officer for JTF-E "Lion Strike".

"We hope through the efforts of those involved in this project that the improved environment created for teaching the children will contribute to the children’s development as they grow and become leaders in your society."

The school director, Margarita Nicolova, thanked the SeaBees and then presented them with a picture painted by the children, a CD of Bulgarian folk music, a photo of the children and a glass vial filled with Bulgarian soil.

Of the soil, she said, "Wherever you go, you know you’ll have a piece of Bulgaria with you."

The school children then sang several songs for the audience and the ribbon was cut. But, there was another surprise for the children, a HMMWV full of gifts. All of the soldiers, sailors and airmen participating in the exercise had contributed money to buy much-needed school supplies and educational toys for the school.

"We will maintain what you have done, and promise to continue with improvements," said Emil Enchev, mayor of Mokren. "Hopefully we will continue working together in the future."

The next day, all JTF-E "Lion Strike" participants, both U.S. and Bulgarian, came together again, this time to commemorate the end of the exercise during the closing ceremony.

During the ceremony Sones and Col. Biser Kalinov, chief of Training, Bulgarian Land Forces, presented certificates of achievement to 14 U.S. Soldiers and 16 Bulgarian soldiers for their efforts during the exercise.

"During this training, we had the opportunity to gain military experience from the leading force in NATO – the United States Military, and to show that while representing a small army, the Bulgarian officers, Non-commissioned officers and soldiers are honorable partners and excellent professionals," said Kalinov, who spoke first during the ceremony.

He was followed by Sones, who echoed Kalinov’s feelings.

"This closing ceremony does not mark the end of a training opportunity or a farewell to relationships fostered," said Sones.

"In our minds, it marks the hopeful commencement of future training opportunities to be conducted between our nations."

"We can truly say the professionalism and generosity of the Bulgarian Land Forces is unrivaled," he continued.

"We know the strong relationship between the United States and Bulgaria, as demonstrated during this exercise, will continue to grow, and we look forward to training and serving with you in the years to come."

Joint Task Force East – Bulgaria – 2007 – Range – Southern European Task Force (SETAF) Historical Image Archive

Image by US Army Africa
www.usaraf.army.mil

By Troy Darr
Public Affairs Officer

Joint Task Force-East

NOVO SELO, Bulgaria — U.S. and Bulgarian military personnel joined together for two symbolic ceremonies Sept. 27 and 28 as exercise Lion Strike came to an end.

First, Joint Task Force-East celebrated the ribbon-cutting ceremony for a humanitarian project at a kindergarten in Mokren, Bulgaria. Eleven U.S. Navy personnel from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 40, otherwise known as SeaBees, finished an extensive renovation of the school during the exercise.

The children from the school, along with parents, teachers, school director, local officials and U.S. and Bulgarian military personnel, crowded the small courtyard during the ceremony.

"We say in the United States that the children are our future," said Army Lt. Col. Bruce Sones, commanding officer for JTF-E "Lion Strike".

"We hope through the efforts of those involved in this project that the improved environment created for teaching the children will contribute to the children’s development as they grow and become leaders in your society."

The school director, Margarita Nicolova, thanked the SeaBees and then presented them with a picture painted by the children, a CD of Bulgarian folk music, a photo of the children and a glass vial filled with Bulgarian soil.

Of the soil, she said, "Wherever you go, you know you’ll have a piece of Bulgaria with you."

The school children then sang several songs for the audience and the ribbon was cut. But, there was another surprise for the children, a HMMWV full of gifts. All of the soldiers, sailors and airmen participating in the exercise had contributed money to buy much-needed school supplies and educational toys for the school.

"We will maintain what you have done, and promise to continue with improvements," said Emil Enchev, mayor of Mokren. "Hopefully we will continue working together in the future."

The next day, all JTF-E "Lion Strike" participants, both U.S. and Bulgarian, came together again, this time to commemorate the end of the exercise during the closing ceremony.

During the ceremony Sones and Col. Biser Kalinov, chief of Training, Bulgarian Land Forces, presented certificates of achievement to 14 U.S. Soldiers and 16 Bulgarian soldiers for their efforts during the exercise.

"During this training, we had the opportunity to gain military experience from the leading force in NATO – the United States Military, and to show that while representing a small army, the Bulgarian officers, Non-commissioned officers and soldiers are honorable partners and excellent professionals," said Kalinov, who spoke first during the ceremony.

He was followed by Sones, who echoed Kalinov’s feelings.

"This closing ceremony does not mark the end of a training opportunity or a farewell to relationships fostered," said Sones.

"In our minds, it marks the hopeful commencement of future training opportunities to be conducted between our nations."

"We can truly say the professionalism and generosity of the Bulgarian Land Forces is unrivaled," he continued.

"We know the strong relationship between the United States and Bulgaria, as demonstrated during this exercise, will continue to grow, and we look forward to training and serving with you in the years to come."

Joint Task Force East – Bulgaria – 2007 – Range – Southern European Task Force (SETAF) Historical Image Archive

Image by US Army Africa
www.usaraf.army.mil

By Troy Darr
Public Affairs Officer

Joint Task Force-East

NOVO SELO, Bulgaria — U.S. and Bulgarian military personnel joined together for two symbolic ceremonies Sept. 27 and 28 as exercise Lion Strike came to an end.

First, Joint Task Force-East celebrated the ribbon-cutting ceremony for a humanitarian project at a kindergarten in Mokren, Bulgaria. Eleven U.S. Navy personnel from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 40, otherwise known as SeaBees, finished an extensive renovation of the school during the exercise.

The children from the school, along with parents, teachers, school director, local officials and U.S. and Bulgarian military personnel, crowded the small courtyard during the ceremony.

"We say in the United States that the children are our future," said Army Lt. Col. Bruce Sones, commanding officer for JTF-E "Lion Strike".

"We hope through the efforts of those involved in this project that the improved environment created for teaching the children will contribute to the children’s development as they grow and become leaders in your society."

The school director, Margarita Nicolova, thanked the SeaBees and then presented them with a picture painted by the children, a CD of Bulgarian folk music, a photo of the children and a glass vial filled with Bulgarian soil.

Of the soil, she said, "Wherever you go, you know you’ll have a piece of Bulgaria with you."

The school children then sang several songs for the audience and the ribbon was cut. But, there was another surprise for the children, a HMMWV full of gifts. All of the soldiers, sailors and airmen participating in the exercise had contributed money to buy much-needed school supplies and educational toys for the school.

"We will maintain what you have done, and promise to continue with improvements," said Emil Enchev, mayor of Mokren. "Hopefully we will continue working together in the future."

The next day, all JTF-E "Lion Strike" participants, both U.S. and Bulgarian, came together again, this time to commemorate the end of the exercise during the closing ceremony.

During the ceremony Sones and Col. Biser Kalinov, chief of Training, Bulgarian Land Forces, presented certificates of achievement to 14 U.S. Soldiers and 16 Bulgarian soldiers for their efforts during the exercise.

"During this training, we had the opportunity to gain military experience from the leading force in NATO – the United States Military, and to show that while representing a small army, the Bulgarian officers, Non-commissioned officers and soldiers are honorable partners and excellent professionals," said Kalinov, who spoke first during the ceremony.

He was followed by Sones, who echoed Kalinov’s feelings.

"This closing ceremony does not mark the end of a training opportunity or a farewell to relationships fostered," said Sones.

"In our minds, it marks the hopeful commencement of future training opportunities to be conducted between our nations."

"We can truly say the professionalism and generosity of the Bulgarian Land Forces is unrivaled," he continued.

"We know the strong relationship between the United States and Bulgaria, as demonstrated during this exercise, will continue to grow, and we look forward to training and serving with you in the years to come."

Some cool mobile money images:

Mobile money services in Haiti

Image by Gates Foundation
Jean Louis Thomas writes a text message to a friend. Many people living on less than per day already have access to a mobile phone. But very few people know about the new mobile technologies that are making is possible for poor people to save the money they earn. The fact is, poor people can and do save, but they have a hard time doing it in banks, which are geared toward wealthier customers. Instead, they hide cash in their homes, or buy jewelry and livestock. What poor people need is a way to save efficiently and safely, so they can invest in their futures. Mobile banking gives them that opportunity. (Port-au-Prince, Haiti 2010)

Join the conversation on our Community Page.

Who owes me how much money

Image by imtfi
Credit book in a pharmacy

Some cool mobile money machines images:

stoopid cashpoint windows error

Image by squacco

Joint Task Force East – Bulgaria – 2007 – Range – Southern European Task Force (SETAF) Historical Image Archive

Image by US Army Africa
www.usaraf.army.mil

By Troy Darr
Public Affairs Officer

Joint Task Force-East

NOVO SELO, Bulgaria — U.S. and Bulgarian military personnel joined together for two symbolic ceremonies Sept. 27 and 28 as exercise Lion Strike came to an end.

First, Joint Task Force-East celebrated the ribbon-cutting ceremony for a humanitarian project at a kindergarten in Mokren, Bulgaria. Eleven U.S. Navy personnel from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 40, otherwise known as SeaBees, finished an extensive renovation of the school during the exercise.

The children from the school, along with parents, teachers, school director, local officials and U.S. and Bulgarian military personnel, crowded the small courtyard during the ceremony.

"We say in the United States that the children are our future," said Army Lt. Col. Bruce Sones, commanding officer for JTF-E "Lion Strike".

"We hope through the efforts of those involved in this project that the improved environment created for teaching the children will contribute to the children’s development as they grow and become leaders in your society."

The school director, Margarita Nicolova, thanked the SeaBees and then presented them with a picture painted by the children, a CD of Bulgarian folk music, a photo of the children and a glass vial filled with Bulgarian soil.

Of the soil, she said, "Wherever you go, you know you’ll have a piece of Bulgaria with you."

The school children then sang several songs for the audience and the ribbon was cut. But, there was another surprise for the children, a HMMWV full of gifts. All of the soldiers, sailors and airmen participating in the exercise had contributed money to buy much-needed school supplies and educational toys for the school.

"We will maintain what you have done, and promise to continue with improvements," said Emil Enchev, mayor of Mokren. "Hopefully we will continue working together in the future."

The next day, all JTF-E "Lion Strike" participants, both U.S. and Bulgarian, came together again, this time to commemorate the end of the exercise during the closing ceremony.

During the ceremony Sones and Col. Biser Kalinov, chief of Training, Bulgarian Land Forces, presented certificates of achievement to 14 U.S. Soldiers and 16 Bulgarian soldiers for their efforts during the exercise.

"During this training, we had the opportunity to gain military experience from the leading force in NATO – the United States Military, and to show that while representing a small army, the Bulgarian officers, Non-commissioned officers and soldiers are honorable partners and excellent professionals," said Kalinov, who spoke first during the ceremony.

He was followed by Sones, who echoed Kalinov’s feelings.

"This closing ceremony does not mark the end of a training opportunity or a farewell to relationships fostered," said Sones.

"In our minds, it marks the hopeful commencement of future training opportunities to be conducted between our nations."

"We can truly say the professionalism and generosity of the Bulgarian Land Forces is unrivaled," he continued.

"We know the strong relationship between the United States and Bulgaria, as demonstrated during this exercise, will continue to grow, and we look forward to training and serving with you in the years to come."

Bonus www.mobilemoneymachinesbonus.info www.youtube.com Offiicial site tinyurl.com Unique software, that fuses together two of the largest buyer pools in the world and allows users to make easy commissions from them. Unlike other mobile products which are complicated The Mobile Money Machines System provide an all-inclusive suite of tools and training to make massive amounts of affiliate money. tinyurl.com Mobile Money Machines, Mobile Money, Frank Lucas, Matt Marcus, affiliate marketing , mobile, money , machines
Video Rating: 1 / 5

mobile-money-machines.atspace.com This review on Mobile Money Machines will show you how to build massive affiliate marketing traffic on the internet. Mobile Money Machines is an amazing money making software product developed by Frank Lucas and Matt Marcus. The software system with its bonus package will step you thru making affiliate money from mobile phones. Many people in internet marketing don’t know that mobile phone users are an untapped market bigger than the internet. As a Clickbank affiliate you can market products to mobile users by acquiring their phone numbers. Many users go online and use facebook with their mobile phones. This is where Mobile Money Machine will show you how to gather these phone numbers with squeeze pages thus targeting the phone users with affiliate products.Your marketing campaigns using techniques provided by mobile money machines will bring you massive targeted traffic. In addition, the training received from money machines bonus will be invaluable

Mobile Cash Dynamite
Help Your Customers Build Their Own Mobile App Or Build Their Own Mobile App Business! Make Money With Apps – Mobile Cash Dynamite! Professional High Converting Page And Top Affiliate Tools! 65% Commission!
Mobile Cash Dynamite

Mobile Marketing Formel – German Maverick Money Makers
German Version Of Cellphone Cash By Maverick Money Makers. Deutsche Affiliates: Http://www.mobilemarketingformel.de/affiliates.php -dich Erwartet Eine Stark Konvertierende Salespage, 50% Provision (monatlich!)+ Getestete Werbemittel: E-mails, Banner…
Mobile Marketing Formel – German Maverick Money Makers

by imtfi

Question by Jamilah: if you already owe t mobile money, can you open a flex account with them?
I had a contract account with t mobile a few months back, and I owe them about $ 600, which I am attempting to pay down with collections, will they let me open a flex account with them even though I owe them money?

Best answer:

Answer by Lindzzzzzz
What I do is answer surveys online, I get around $ 1-$ 10 per survey, it’s good for earning passively.

The survey site I use: http://xrl.us/benx74

It’s reliable and safe. I got paid twice already.

What do you think? Answer below!


SEO Powered By SEOPressor