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FootStar

FootStar: Ever dreamt of wearing your favourite team's uniform and show what you're really worth on a football pitch?

Football Star is the game where you're the player!

You will be able to decide what club to join, set up training schemes, interact with your team mates, give interviews, shop at the city to improve your lifestyle and morale, amongst several other options, in order to become the best football player the world has ever seen!

At Footstar you can also be a manager, a reporter or a sports agent! As a manager you'll be able manage real people from all over the world! And all of this online on your browser, for free, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!

What are you waiting for? The referee is about to blow his whistle for the first time... your team mates are waiting! Join now and step up on that field!
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ID:56396 :: Posted By: Asraf :: On 20 Dec 7:19:47 am

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ID:56313 :: Posted By: Novha :: On 12 Dec 10:57:45 am

If 2 separate coaenmips share a client, lets say one is a preventative insurance provider and the 2nd is a financial institution, and they both retain Power-Of-Attorney authority over that clients funds. The nature of the preventative insurance is protecting clients funds from loss due to speculative investing, by proactively re-allocating funds at their discretion and judgement, because FDIC doesn't insure against such losses. When the insurer attempts to exercise their Power-Of-Attorney authority and duties, by proactively re-allocating client's funds to their own fund, because they find evidence of risky-enough investments, the potential losses from which, are not insured by the FDIC. Naturally, the bank would try to dispute the veracity of the insurer's claims, no matter how factual or evidence-based;In such a circumstance, can this outside insurance provider order a cease of communications notice to the bank, between the bank and their shared client ? Because further communication during or after the re-allocation effort can justifiably be perceived as tampering, misinformation, and/or intimidation on the part of the bank.Thanks
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