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* ATM fee: $2.50 out of network after two free withdrawals; 50 cents for balance inquiry out-of-network; free in-network * Replacement fee: Kardashian $4.95 per card after 12 months * Monthly statement: $1 for paper statement * Purchase fee: Free online purchase; $1 for PIN purchase Magic Johnson: Magic Prepaid Card With more prepaid debit cards on the market, the nod from someone with the star power of Magic Johnson has become key for companies to get their prepaid cards in the media, experts say. In fact, the amount of money loaded onto prepaid cards more than doubled, rising to over $670 billion from just $330 billion in 2009, according to the Mercator Advisory Group, an adviser to the payments and banking industry. As a result, There are so many celebrities now offering a prepaid card with their name on it, says Bill Hardekopf, chief executive at * Monthly fee: $4.95 * ATM fee: two free per month out-of-network, then $2.50; free in-network * Paper statement: $5.95 * Cash-back at a retail store: $4.95 (fees may vary by retailer) * Replacement fee: $4.95 if card is lost Justin Bieber: Spend Smart Card Why the surge in celebrity endorsements? Changes in the credit card industry have slashed revenue sources for issuers and they need to find it elsewhere, says Hardekopf of, which tracks credit card offers. The Credit Card Accountability Responsibility and Disclosure Act of 2009 also helped to curb the most egregious fees by the credit card industry, he says. Prepaid cards, not covered by these recent regulations, have become a possible source of much-needed revenue, he says. <br>Source:

Gloria Allred sues Kanye West, rips celebrities who defend him

but did not sanction any illegal activity Following the comlplaint against Lambeth Police, the Metropolitan Police ordered a clean-up. However, others defended who their officers were following, saying it helped them get their messages out to a wider audience. By 'following' other accounts on Twitter, users are notified when that person sends a tweet - a message of 140 kim kardashian shoes characters or fewer. Caught red-handed: While most forces have cleaned up their accounts, some are still following celebrities, with Hammersmith and Fulham Police a fan of Stephen Fry Damning evidence: Dyfed Powys Police seems to like the Hairy Bikers Drunk in charge of a Twitter account? Northants Police take a keen cyber interest in the goings on at Carlsberg This means when the police officers who control the accounts log on, they will be presented with a stream of information about the people they are following. Social media has been embraced by the police, as it is seen as a way for it to improve its image, particularly among young people. Police forces are encouraged to use sites to 'engage' with local communities, post updates about crimes as well as appeal for information and witnesses. <br>Source:

Ben Lashes, Meme Manager for Internet Celebrities

Also "We are concerned that celebrity support for an attack on photographers will increase the risk of harm to them," Allred said, adding her client did no more than exercise his First Amendment rights. Allred cited statements on Twitter by Kirstie Alley, Cher and Kylie Jenner. Allred noted that singer Cher had thanked West on Twitter for "trashing those loathsome parasites who steal our most precious gift, time and privacy." Alley tweeted that it was too bad he didn't whip the photographer's behind. Ramos told reporters Wednesday he was caught off guard by the singer. "When Kanye West attacked me I was in complete shock," he said at a news conference with Allred, known for representing high-profile clients that have included love interests of Tiger Woods as well as a former staffer of San Diego Mayor Bob Filner . <br>Source:,0,6960690.story

According to Lashes, theres a certain timeless quality about them that always makes you laugh. Meanwhile, Schmidt began to grow and make more products. Lashes said, His house is like an art studio already. He makes weird stuff whether people want to watch it or not. His weird stuff ended up in Nokia, Wonderful Pistachio, and Starburst commercials, while Keyboard Cat dolls flew off the shelves of toy stores. Once we had a bit of a foundation, I was deep into the world of memes and watching it closely, said Lashes. We already encountered people who were trying to steal it. Lots Kim Kardashian of fans and then lots of people that were trying to do it for their own profit. <br>Source:

Celebrities Join The Cause For Healthier Living

It was Jim Carrey. Clint Eastwood Clint Eastwood has been on screen since the 1950s and hasn't stopped since. At the age of 82, he gave a memorable performance at the Republican National Convention. Sean Connery Although he no longer boasts that trademark James Bond smirk on his face, Sean Connery is still having tons of fun. A major tennis fan, Connery is featured here at the 2012 U.S. Open where he personally congratulated fellow Brit Andy Murray. <br>Source:

12 Celebrities Still Going Strong In Their 80s

Barnard, and featuring top celebrities like Actors Alec Baldwin and Marilu Henner. The cause was to raise money for Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, a non-profit organization responsible for the Vegetariano En 21 Dias campaign to help Latinos test the benefits of a vegetarian diet. Click on the video to learn why Barnards latest book Power Foods for the Brain has people talking. Plus, celebrities share their thoughts on changing the way we get our food and making better choices. Also, stay tuned for our weekly travel destination. MY Lifestyle Magazine is a boutique publication for chic bicultural Latinos. From health, beauty, travel, entertainment and fashion, this national publication reveals all the latest cultural styles and trends. <br>Source:

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