Kentucky Finance

Oct 11 2017

North Carolina Speeding Laws #nj #bac #limit

# North Carolina Speeding Laws Basic Speed Law: No person shall drive a vehicle at a speed greater than is reasonable and prudent under the conditions then existing. NC § 20-141(a) Penalty for Exceeding Speed Limit A first time violator may be: fined between $100 and $1,000, sentenced to jail time of not more than 60 days, and the violator’s license may be suspended not more than one year. Penalty for Reckless Driving A first time violator may be: fined not more than $1000, sentenced to jail time between one to 60 days, and the violator’s license may be suspended …

Aug 9 2017

Email Sending Limit, Send Rate Limit of Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo Mail, AOL Mail #email, #sending

# Free Email Marketing Software ( Updated in May 2017 ) Free email providers. such as Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo! Mail and AOL Mail, usually offer free SMTP email delivery feature and they are the most commonly used channel to send mass emails. When using the free service, you should be aware of the send limits and rate limits imposed by these free email providers. Through using well-recognized mass mailing software and configuring it properly. you can easily go over the limits and save significant cost. The following data is mostly collected from the official sources (namely, the official websites of …

Jul 24 2017

Forex: Demo Before You Dive In #forex #demo #account #no #time #limit

# Forex: Demo Before You Dive In Because forex (FX) is a decentralized market in which dealers disseminate their own price feeds through proprietary trading platforms, it is crucial to learn the features and idiosyncrasies of each type of trading software before committing real funds to an account. Fortunately, in retail, FX traders can test out each platform using demo dollars. Every reputable dealer in FX allows potential customers to download a free demo version of its software. This is critical if the customer is to become acquainted with the platform’s layout and the means of order entry. Here we’ll …