We are officially excited! After months of planning we are in the final stages of transitioning into our new building. You can still expect the same owners & same staff but now in a beautilful new building. Changes coming by September of 2017.
When Tim Graydon decided to catch some sun rays during this cold, Cleveland winter, he and his wife headed down to Florida for a week to get away. Most of the bookings for the trip were done using his credit card that had some helpful perks including reimbursement for damage to rental cars if said card was used for the payment. This will be important later. During a leisurely lunch stop, Tim pulled his rental car into a spot next to a well-kept BMW and went in to enjoy a bite to eat. Upon leaving, the unfamiliar turn radius of the rental led to rubbing against the BMW leaving a 4-inch scratch across the door. After kicking himself for a silly mistake, Tim snapped a photo of the scratch next to a dollar bill and alerted the driver of the car. Dollar Bill Tip: Using a piece of US currency is greatly encouraged by insurance companies as it gives adjusters a uniform reference when looking at claims in photos. Being a nice car, this scratch ran a hefty bill of $700. We will cover the pros
Spotting Email Spoofing and Email Phishing is easy when you know what to look for. Read the definitions and examples below and protect yourself from these cybercriminals. Email Spoofing According to TechTarget.com: Email spoofing is the forgery of an email header so that the message appears to have originated from someone or somewhere other than the actual source. Email spoofing is a tactic used in phishing and spam campaigns because people are more likely to open an email when they think it has been sent by a legitimate source. The goal of email spoofing is to get recipients to open, and possibly even respond to, a solicitation. Although most spoofed email falls into the nuisance category and requires little action other than deletion, the more malicious varieties can cause serious problems and pose security risks. For example, a spoofed email may purport to be from a well-known shopping website, asking the recipient to provide sensitive data such as a password or credit card number.
The Toole Family Roots in Bay Village, Ohio The whole Toole Family plus the latest grandchildren at a local 5k run. Growing up in the seventies meant that the door was never locked, short shorts were in style, and Kevin Toole, one of the 3 owners of the Graydon-Toole Group, was out of the house in the morning only to wander back to refuel or get a daily chore done. Being one of three siblings, Kevin and his younger brother, Billy Toole, were known throughout Bay Village for their basketball prowess. They would be the first ones to the park in the morning and the last ones to leave as the basketball court lights shut off at the end of the night. Weekends were filled will cars full of teenagers being shuttled across town to play against anyone and everyone in the Cleveland area who had loved the sport. Seeing Kevins skills in high school and college, one would assume he was one of the lucky ones who was born with the ability and grit to be successful at the physically and