PowerBear Extended Battery 7500 mAh

The PowerBear Extended Battery 7500 mAh for the Galaxy Note 4. It’s a 7500 mAh extended battery by PowerBear. It’s suppose to give you 2.5x more than the default Samsung battery. The sacrifice is the extra size and weight. To be honest, it’s not that bad. Feels only a tiny bit heavier than my girlfriend’s iPhone 6 Plus.

The battery shipped with 58%. I charged it to 100% and used it until it was almost empty, about 5-10%. I did this 3 times. Last night I went to sleep at 2:00 AM with 100%. Woke after 7 hours with 97%. After 5 hours of heavy usage it’s got 73% left. So far a single charge has lasted almost 2 days of heavy usage. I’m impressed. Now my Note 4 lasts longer than the iPhone 6 Plus. The verdict? PowerBear Extended Battery 7500 mAh is a beast in every way and will put life back into your Galaxy Note 4.

Craigslist False Flagging Ghosting 2018

Craigslist False Flagging Ghosting

Craigslist False Flagging Ghosting 2018. Since the late 90’s, Craigslist has been my go to for local advertising. But not without a hand-full of problems along the way. In 1999 my first account was banned, no idea why. My current account is still in good standing. I’ve it had since the first one got banned. The second account has been slapped with ghosting a few times. I’ve been a victim of false flagging ever since the 90’s. False flagging is still very much out of control in 2018. Craigslist will ghost your Ads if they get flagged enough. Thanks to all the illegal Craigslist flagging software. That software is what is responsible for your Ads being ghosted by Craigslist.

Let me explain to you what Ghosting and Flagging means.

Craigslist Ghosting – Ghosting is the practice that when your ads appear to have posted successfully, Craigslist actually hides these ads from users. … Essentially, Craigslist is tricking you into believing your ads are posted when they are not. These hidden ads, we refer to them as being “ghosted”.

Craigslist Flagging – Flagging Removal of Free Classified Ads. Craigslist’s automated system deletes free posts that receive multiple negative flags. If your post was removed, enough people flagged it to trigger the system. This does not mean that your account has been disabled or compromised.

So what’s stopping any of your competitors from using illegal tactics and third-party software to give them an edge? Nothing.

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