Tokyo MK Taxi: Hvorfor bor du leie en Limo

Tidligere er limousiner et skinnende luksusbil, som bare de rike og beromte har rad til a eie, men heldigvis i dag, kan resten av oss na leie denne high-end-bilen til spesielle anledninger. Alle som onsker a ri i ren overdadighet velger a leie en limousine mer enn noe annet. Dette ble grunnen til at det er mange limousiner og bilutleiefirmaer som kommer overalt for a sorge for slik service.


Tokyo MK Taxi er en av de ledende limo- og bilutleiefirmaene i Japan, Korea og USA som tilbyr sjaforservice for arrangementer som bryllup, prom, fodselsdager, gjenforeninger og forretningsmessige moter. Tokyo MK har et bredt utvalg av bilmodeller, inkludert Lexus 600hl, Lexus 460, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Toyota Hiace og Nissan Fuga Hybrid, og kan definitivt tilfredsstille dine bilbehov og krav.


Limousiner i dag er multifunksjonelle, de kan brukes til alle typer arrangementer eller for a hjelpe deg med a tur rundt byen og for a na destinasjoner i en saert sofistikert stil. Tokyo MK Taxi har Lexus-gruppentusiaster og deres evne til a gi en jevn og komfortabel enkel tur som de er ansatt for a behandle deg med ypperlig respekt, hoflighet, profesjonalitet, punktlighet, komfort, sikkerhet og skjonn. Her er noen grunner til at du bor splurge pa en limousine minst en gang i livet ditt.


Reise i stil

Med de nyeste luksusflatekjoretoyene skal du trekke opp til et arrangement med stil, klasse og raffinement. Gjor din opplevelse minneverdig ved a ri i en limo og for a fa et godt og varig inntrykk pa slektninger og venner, siden det handler om luksus og stil.


Du kan bli full

En fordel ved a ansette en limo er at du juridisk kan spise alkohol inni. Det er en trygg avgjorelse hvis du planlegger a drikke, ikke bare vil dette spare deg for alle slags problemer med a bli trukket over, det kan ogsa redde livet ditt.


Tetting en forretningsavtale

A ansette en limousine for a velge kundene dine er en fin mate a imponere pa. Hvis en ny klient flyr fra ut av byen, ville det være best a leie en limousine for a plukke dem opp fra flyplassen. De vil definitivt sette pris pa ekstra omsorg du har gitt for a gjore dem komfortable, den beste maten a forsegle en avtale fra en potensiell klient, ikke sant?

Tyre&Auto Southbourne Group Review: The advantages of hiring a good car service provider

Getting the services of a good car service provider certainly brings a lot of advantages to a car owner and some of which were enumerated in the following paragraphs. Aside from the quality car maintenance and repair, there's more to hiring a trustworthy car servicing company.

First, this kind of company can increase the lifespan of your car because they could take care of it properly, and always keeping your machine clean could also longer its lifespan. You must conduct a regular cleaning on your car, especially during heavy rains or snows. You may also ask the help of professionals regarding this matter.

A good car service provider such as the Tyre&Auto Southbourne Group can also maximize the value of your car. You should maintain the good condition of your car throughout the years so that it could have a high resale value in time. Handling the detailed and updated maintenance records is one of the tasks of a car servicing company, as well as providing you with regular reminders that prompts you to perform the required and scheduled tasks on time.

A good car service provider can also help you prevent any major expenses. Huge problems involve a lot of expenses, right? But with the necessary guidance of a car service provider, they will handle minor faults beforehand, preventing them from becoming major predicaments.

A good car service provider also has dependable technical expertise. Many car owners don't have the required technical skills and tools to better take care of their cars so they choose to trust the services of a car servicing company instead, which tasks include wheel balancing, electrical repairs, and ignition timing.

Lastly, a good car service provider like the Tyre&Auto Southbourne Group can perform reliable record-keeping. Your car's maintenance and repair log can best be of value in the hands of a certified car service provider.

Tyre&Auto Southbourne Group, as one of the most trusted car service providers in England, offers services that will make their customers focus on more productive activities in their everyday lives since their entire car concerns will be handled by the company.

Taking good care of your car should be your priority once you bought one.


Security and Risk Online: 12 Scams of Christmas you don’t want from your true love

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - Christmas is around the corner and the Better Business Bureau is warning consumers to watch out for the 12 most common scams during the holiday season. One scam will make you want to do your homework if you're shopping for a puppy this Christmas.

The BBB believes thieves are turning to the internet more often these days, because consumers are doing just about everything online. People tend to be more giving these days and add in the busy holiday schedules and you've got the perfect situation for a scammer to take advantage of.

"People’s guard is down. They’ll give information. They’ll input things in the internet and not think about where it’s going to go, who’s going to get it," explained Tim Maniscalo, President of the BBB of Central Indiana.

Here are the BBB's 12 Scams of Christmas:

Malware E Cards: E-Cards are a fun way to send holiday greetings, but be careful as naughty senders like to attach viruses along with them. Don’t click on emails from someone you don’t know or a name you don’t recognize. When in doubt, delete it out.

Counterfeit Goods: Luxury goods at low prices are almost always cheap counterfeits. Handbags, jewelry, watches, wallets, and electronic devices are among the top of the list of items counterfeited. Always buy from reputable sellers, and check the web for signs of counterfeit goods.

Look-A-Like Websites: It’s easy to recreate a website with a familiar logo, so beware when you’re shopping online. Some red flags are the webpage is in http format, not the secure https, no contact information, and even asking for payment by wire or money card. If you’re not sure which site to trust, go to and read online reviews first.

Unusual Forms of Payment: Be wary of anyone who asks you to pay for holiday purchases using prepaid debit cards, gift cards, wire transfers, third parties, etc. These payments can’t be traced and undone. Use a credit card on a secure website (https-the extra s is for secure), and the lock symbol.

Santa Scammers: What better than a letter from Santa to light up your child’s face? Many trusted companies offer charming and personalized letters from Santa, but scammers mimic them to get personal information from unsuspecting parents. Always check the website’s privacy policies before entering any information to know how it will be used, if you don’t see a policy then leave that website. Keep your computer secure by using firewalls, anti-spyware and antivirus software.

Fake shipping notifications: These can have attachments or links to sites that will download malware on your computer to steal your identity and your passwords. Don’t be fooled by a holiday phishing scam.

Grandparents scam: Seniors should be cautious if they get a call from a grandchild claiming to be in an accident, arrested or hospitalized while traveling in another country. Never send money unless you confirm with another family member that it’s true.

Phony charities: Everyone is in a generous mood at the holidays, so scammers take advantage of that with fake charity solicitations in email, on social media sites, and even by text. Check out charities at before donating.

Temporary holiday jobs: Retailers and delivery services need extra help at the holidays, but beware of solicitations that require you to share personal information online or pay for a job lead. Apply in person or go to retailers’ main websites to find out who is hiring.

Travel Scams: The holidays are the biggest travel days of the year, which means scammers are lurking. Booking online is the most convenient way for many, but a scammer can be on the other end of the computer. Before you book make sure you are booking through a reputable and verifiable website. Also, be wary of online ads, and never wire any money to someone you don’t know.

Free gift cards: Pop-up ads or email offering free gift cards are often just a ploy to get your personal information that can later be used for identity theft.

Puppy Scams: Be very careful when buying pets online, especially during the holidays. You can end up with an unhealthy puppy from a puppy mill, or nothing at all because that dog never existed and it was all a scam. Always research where you are buying the dog from and never wire any money. Be sure to pick up the puppy in person instead of paying someone to ship it.

Coalition Against Insurance Fraud: Selling interstate invites scams

State oversight weakened, consumers vulnerable

I grew up in the Northeast, and now live in a Mid-Atlantic state. I understand Fall. The weather is crisp and the leaves turn colors. Happens every year.

Just like the leaves turning colors in the Fall, someone predictably come up with a supposedly great idea: let consumers buy health coverage from insurers across state lines.

The argument is always the same: Interstate sales increases competition and reduces costs for consumers. This sounds workable on paper. The latest go-around was raised in this past week’s presidential debate as the fall leaves tumbled — just like consumer protections.

Problem is, interstate sales open the door wide for fraud, and water down consumer protection. And, most people advocating this system usually don’t include important and necessary protections when pushing their interstate plans.

Yes, neighboring states can legally create partnerships that allow insurers to cover consumers in any state within the partnership. Yet partnerships have strict, built-in legal protections when states agree to work together. Insurance regulators know who’s doing business. Networks also offer consumers choices of doctors and facilities.

These protections and coverages may not exist under a blanket permit for consumers to buy coverage in any state.

Consumers don’t know what insurance regulator to reach for help. And would the regulator in the state where the consumer lives have much incentive to help if the health insurer is domiciled another state? Would the regulator where the insurer is domiciled help a consumer living in a different state?

We already see crooks peddling bogus health insurance to unsuspecting consumers and small businesses. This problem would be magnified if interstate sale of health insurance was allowed without strict and well-defined oversight.

Insurers must be state-licensed to do business in a given state. How can state oversight properly protect consumers if anyone can offer insurance to any consumer in any other state?

Who makes certain the insurer is solvent and can do business in another state? And, would an insurer in one state have an adequate network of doctors, hospitals and pharmacies to cover the health needs of consumers in another state?

These questions are raised every time interstate health-insurance sale is broached. Yet we never hear answers — just the simplistic nostrum that interstate sales will help reduce healthcare costs.

Don’t just spoon out more words like falling autumn leaves — prove that consumers would be better protected.

About the author: Howard Goldblatt is director of government affairs for the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud.

Coalition Against Insurance Fraud: Cohesive Partnerships Key To Combating Fraud

The growing number of partnerships within the insurance fraud-fighting community is a key reason for many recent successes in battling this crime. Many of those successes were highlighted in the 2015 annual report of the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud.

Collaborative efforts among anti-fraud organizations and between government agencies and insurers have grown in recent years. They have led to successes in detecting fraud, passing needed legislation and a greater awareness of fraud by the general public. Among the collaborations and successes the report cites:

  • The Healthcare Fraud Prevention Partnership, an alliance of more than 60 insurers and government agencies, logged $250 million in savings,
  • A grassroots legislative initiative by the Coalition and the International Association of Special Investigation Units (IASIU) help enact meaningful legislation on the state level,
  • A consumer outreach program created by the Pennsylvania Insurance Fraud Prevention and the Coalition has helped Coalition members share anti-fraud messages with millions of consumers.

The report also highlighted a collaborative effort between the district attorney’s office in Philadelphia and insurers that helped take down a large ring that made $400,000 of claims for phony slip-and-fall injuries on residential sidewalks. Asst. DA Linda Montag partnered with investigators to convict nearly the entire ring. Only ringleader Andrew Gaber evaded conviction by committing suicide. Montag received the Prosecutor of the Year Award at the Coalition’s member meeting.

The annual report, titled Uniting the Fraud Fight, also outlined many of the successes of the Coalition in 2015 including expansion of its social media efforts, growth in membership and ability to provide the fraud-fighting community with trend information and intelligence to combat fraud.

CONTACT: James Quiggle, director of communications; 202-393-7331


Specialty: Otolaryngology (ENT) by Richard Isaacs MD


Dr. Richard Isaacs is an ENT-otolaryngologist in Sacramento, California and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Kaiser Permanente Sacramento Medical Center and Kaiser Permanente South Sacramento Medical Center. He received his medical degree from Wayne State University School of Medicine and has been in practice for 27 years. He is one of 17 doctors at Kaiser Permanente Sacramento Medical Center and one of 14 at Kaiser Permanente South Sacramento Medical Center who specialize in Otolaryngology.


Office Location & Contact

6600 Bruceville Rd

Sacramento, CA 95823

Phone: (916) 688-2510


Specialties & Qualifications

Specialty: Otolaryngology (ENT)

Otolaryngologists (also known Ear, Nose & Throat doctors) specialize in disorders of the head and neck ranging from hearing loss to cancer.

Subspecialties: General Otolaryngology/ENT, Head & Neck Microvascular Surgery, Head & Neck Oncologic Surgery


Hospital Affiliation

Kaiser Permanente South Sacramento Medical Center


#40 in California

Recognized in Northern Sierras

#4 in Sacramento metro area


Kaiser Permanente Sacramento Medical Center



#17 in California

Recognized in Northern Sierras

#2 in Sacramento metro area


Education & Medical Training

University of California Davis

Residency, Head & Neck Surgery


Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

Residency, Head & Neck Surgery


Cornell University Medical College

Residency, Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery


St Vincent's Hospital and Medical Center

Residency, General Surgery

Wayne State University School of Medicine


Certifications & Licensure

American Board of Otolaryngology

Certified in Otolaryngology


CA State Medical License

Active through 2016


Insurance Accepted

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Mossack Fonseca: Jersey Targeting New Finance Sector Opportunities

Mossack Fonseca - Jersey is "the right place with the right people" to establish itself as the go-to location for innovative global banking, a recent event hosted by Jersey Finance heard.

Hugh Harper, a Partner at EY, delivered the keynote address at Jersey Finance's Annual Review breakfast event on January 28. Harper took the opportunity to discuss new research that outlines the potential for Jersey to adopt a new approach to banking. Citing the cooperation between Jersey's finance industry, regulator, and government, combined with the jurisdiction's unique advantage of a stable banking sector, he outlined how Jersey's commitment to a digital economy could help it create a sustainable, highly digitized banking model. The full 'Future of Banking' report is expected to be finalized by the second quarter of this year.

During an introduction to the event, Geoff Cook, the CEO of Jersey Finance, described 2015 as another solid year for the finance industry, highlighting the upward trend in industry employment. He highlighted ongoing efforts to differentiate Jersey from other international financial centers, stating: "We remain focused on strengthening Jersey's competitive position through innovation and research and, alongside the major Future of Banking project to be finalized this year, we will be producing a new report entitled 'Jersey's Value to Europe', which will clarify Jersey's role in contributing to jobs and growth within the EU. A new piece of work to clarify the finance industry's contribution to the local Jersey economy will be completed too."

"The growth we have seen across our funds, private wealth and capital markets sectors, together with the investment we are making in diversifying and enhancing our banking platform, stands us in very good stead, and we are seeing growing interest from fund managers and family offices in establishing a presence in Jersey. All this is filtering through to the local economy, with firms in the industry predicting a rise in employment for local people over the coming year and the industry recruiting more local students than ever before."

"There will always be regulatory, market, and political challenges but the quality and diversity of Jersey's finance industry positions us very strongly indeed."