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Binary International Reviews Regulation, Agrees To Be Audited Every Month By The International Binary Financial Auditors

Binary International Reviews

Boston,MA (PRWEB) February 04, 2014

Binary International , which recently won the best new binary broker award from ITM Financial, is reviewing their regulation options. Binary International also agreed to being audited by the International Binary Financial Auditors, or IBFA. The IBFA standards insist on broker transparency and liquidity. The IBFA agreement allows the auditing firm to review all client accounts and broker bank accounts to make sure there is enough capital to cover 1.5x all the deposited money at the binary option broker. All client funds must be segregated apart from corporate funds.

“Binary International reviews have really been outstanding, not only in our monitoring system, but also with everything I read on the Internet,” says CEO of ITM Financial, Curt Dalton. “We monitor reputation and integrity of all the companies we do business with and have agreements with, and Binary International is stellar. I am glad to see them getting audited and looking into regulation.”

ITM Financial, which provides forex signals and binary options signals to traders around the world, is a financial startup out of Boston, Massachusetts. Their popularity has grown with their results, and they know reach thousands of traders a day with their news feeds, apps, and Internet messaging systems.

“We have had solid growth in the forex market, but the binary market is a very new niche with explosive interest from around the world,” added CTO, Ali Khan. “Binary options give traders a chance to hedge a position very quickly, even trade it over the 1 minute, 5 minute, or 15 minute time frame. It allows a trader to react almost instantly to news that could affect a currency or commodity position,” added Khan.

For more information, please visit Binary International at

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Collaborative Series Launches This Month to Save Animals from Euthanasia

Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) December 14, 2012

This series is devoted to saving animals through adoption, volunteering and donating to animal-related causes.  It is committed to raising awareness of many different animal rescues in Arizona and beyond. will spotlight a different rescue group each week, along with health-oriented and training segments on each show. 

“We know many people are interested in saving animals and are unaware of the extreme number of animals that are in need of adoption.”  These are not animals that are sick, old, or have temperament problems that would make them unfit companions – these are healthy, happy, and well adjusted animals that, through no fault of their own, nobody wants. “Now, there is way to help.  The Animal Rescuers will be a resource to effectively educate people about these dire circumstances that many animals face.”  states Cory Mandall, founder of The Animal Rescuers. 

In this economy, families have had to make the heartbreaking and difficult decision to give up their animals.The intake at rescue groups is at an alarming rate and growing worse.  Shelters are overwhelmed and many healthy animals are being euthanize due to overcrowding. Meanwhile, puppy mills, store and backyard breeders continue to sell animals at rates that create a disproportionate amount of animals in our society.  The Humane Society of the United States estimates that four million cats and dogs – about one every 8 seconds –  are put down in US shelters every year.  Our goal is to save the lives of animals in need of adoption through educating the public of these challenges.

Realizing the full power of education, Pet Planet has partnered with The Animal Rescuers to support this program and it’s outreach efforts:

Laura Leah English, Co-Founder and CEO of Pet Planet states, “Pet Planet’s vision is a global society where all pets are loved, respected, protected and kept in good health; a society without pet overpopulation, homelessness or abuse. The pet overpopulation problem around the globe is staggering. We can do so much better. Pet Planet is committed to educating and supporting programs that advocate for pet health and welfare issues and we are so excited to be involved with Cory Mandall and the Animal Rescuers show - a show that we believe will dramatically make a difference for animals everywhere.

Animal homelessness is a societal problem, but anyone can make a difference. By just learning, acknowledging, understanding and sharing the messages that will be portrayed in this new weekly series, the movement will garner the momentum it needs to impact change. The work that countless rescue groups and their volunteers do each and every day is admirable. But they cannot do it alone and the intention of The Animal Rescuers is to illustrate the difference that an individual can really make by rescuing animals for their families, encouraging others to do the same, always spaying and neutering, fostering or volunteering with local rescue groups and donating to further support the cause. And most importantly, by spreading the word.

Pet Planet is very proud to be working with Cory, PACC911 and all the rescue groups that will be involved in this innovative and ground-breaking venture. It warms our hearts to see such a committed group of people tirelessly working to improve the lives of animals everywhere.”


The premiere show will air on Friday, December 14th, featuring PACC911 and their amazing founder, Bari Mears. ”What I have learned over the years is that despite our continued efforts to educate the public about animal issues, particularly pet overpopulation and the great need to spay and neuter, our cries have not been heard.  It is my hope that this new weekly show will attract the attention of not only rescue minded people but also new viewers not currently involved in the movement. My hope is that they learn the issues, realize the seriousness of the plight of homeless animals, and join the rescue effort in some small way. The show should catch on and make RESCUE and Adoption something “cool” and very socially acceptable.. thus taking the movement to new levels and saving countless more lives.”


Additionally, it will feature Rescued Treasures with manager Dee Umpleby, a thrift store operated by PACC911 to raise money for their emergency medical fund. We also visit the 5th Annual Kimburs Pet Wash event in Surprise and the Maricopa County Animal Care & Control facility in South Phoenix. Our training segment features Villa La Paws with pet tips from Pet Planet.

On December 21st, The Animal Rescuers will showcase HALO rescue and their driven founder, Heather Allen. It will also include a segment devoted to pet loss with Dan Crenshaw, who has a book titled, Furry Farewell Grief Handbook. Charity events from Valley Rescue Dogs and a wine tasting to raise money for New Hope Cattle Dogs. Lastly, we will feature a very loveable dog from New Hope Cattle Dog Rescue.

Please note: There will be no show on the 29th of December, but will return with a on January 4th and the feature with Golden Connections and their incredible founder, Candy.

About The Animal Rescuers

Cory Mandall stated his career in television production in 1988 as a part-time camera operator. He moved to Phoenix in 1992 and started a boutique television production shop in November of 1998.  In 2008, he produced the first in a series of videos for animal rescue groups.  He found his passion for saving animals, using his production capabilities to make an impact on viewers.  The idea of The Animal Rescuers came as Cory wanted to do more for the rescue community.  With this new web-based program, he has the opportunity to incorporate his two greatest passions – animal rescue and video production.

About PACC911

Filling a vital community need, PACC 911 brings together over 120 animal welfare organizations throughout Arizona, most within Maricopa County.  PACC911 provides opportunities for its partners to work together for the benefit of animals in five distinct ways: large adopt-a-thons, medical assistance, fundraising, education and a food bank.  

Please visit to explore how you can help make a difference in the lives of homeless animals.

About Pet Planet

Nearly 15 years ago, Laura Leah English and her mother Joan Bauer, opened the doors to their first Pet Planet store, with a vision to be more than just a store, but with a dream: To encourage a global society where all pets are loved, respected, protected and kept in good health; a society without pet overpopulation, homelessness or abuse.  Through passion and innovation, Pet Planet has grown to 46 locations in North America, with 6 more stores on the horizon and has entered the U.S. market with its first stores in Arizona, educating Guardians about the health and well being of animal companions.


Established in: 1996

Average store size: 2500 sq. feet

Stores in N. America: 46

Stores Expected to Open in 2013 (across N. America): 6

Product highlights:  Quality, trusted health food and nutritional products Pet food sold at Pet Planet is dense in nutrients & will save the consumer money

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September Has Been a Big Month for Crash Safety Legislation and Innovation

St. Louis, Missouri (PRWEB) September 21, 2012

St. Louis car accident attorney Christopher Dysart of The Dysart Law Firm, P.C. ( wants to remind drivers of the contributions made to car crash safety during the month of September. On September 21, 2002, Nils Bohlin, inventor of the three-point seatbelt, died at age 82. On September 9, 1966, President Lyndon Johnson signed the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act into law. On September 1, 1998, the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 went into effect. The law required that all cars and light trucks sold in the United States have air bags on both sides of the front seat.

Bohlin, the inventor of the three-point seat belt, spent most of the 1950s developing ejection seats for Saab airplanes, and in 1958, he became the Volvo Car Corporation’s first safety engineer. At Volvo, he designed the first three-point safety belt–a seatbelt with one strap that crossed diagonally across the user’s chest and another that secured his or her hips.

At the time that Bohlin introduced his three-point belt, not many non–racecar-drivers used seatbelts at all. (In fact, they were optional equipment in most cars: buyers had to pay extra if they wanted them.) The belts that were in use consisted of a single lap belt with a buckle that fastened over the stomach. In high-speed crashes, they would keep a person in his or her seat, but the abdominal pressure they caused could result in serious internal injuries. Bohlin’s belt, by contrast, was much safer; it was just as easy to fasten; and it protected both the upper and lower body.

On September 9, 1966, President Lyndon Johnson signed the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act into law. Immediately afterward, he signed the Highway Safety Act. The two bills made the federal government responsible for setting and enforcing safety standards for cars and roads. Unsafe highways, Johnson argued, were a menace to public health: “In this century,” Johnson said before he signed the bills, “more than 1,500,000 of our fellow citizens have died on our streets and highways; nearly three times as many Americans as we have lost in all our wars.” It was a genuine crisis, and one that the automakers had proven themselves unwilling or unable to resolve. “Safety is no luxury item,” the President declared, “no optional extra; it must be a normal cost of doing business.”

NTMVSA resulted in safer, more crash resistant cars: it required seat belts for every passenger, impact-absorbing steering wheels, rupture-resistant fuel tanks, door latches that stayed latched in crashes, side-view mirrors, shatter-resistant windshields and windshield defrosters, lights on the sides of cars as well as the front and back, and “the padding and softening of interior surfaces and protrusions.” (For its part, the Highway Safety Act required that road builders install guardrails, better streetlights, and stronger barriers between opposing lanes of traffic.)

On September 1, 1998, the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 went into effect. The law required that all cars and light trucks sold in the United States have air bags on both sides of the front seat.

Inspired by the inflatable protective covers on Navy torpedoes, an industrial engineering technician from Pennsylvania named John Hetrick patented a design for a “safety cushion assembly for automotive vehicles” in 1953. The next year, Hetrick sent sketches of his device to Ford, General Motors, and Chrysler, but the automakers never responded. Inflatable-safety-cushion technology languished until 1965, when Ralph Nader’s book “Unsafe at Any Speed” speculated that seat belts and air bags together could prevent thousands of deaths in car accidents.

In 1966, when Congress passed the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Act, they required automakers to install seat belts, but not air bags, in every car they built. Unfortunately, the law did not require people to use their seat belts, and only about 25 percent did. Air bags seemed like the perfect solution to this problem: They could protect drivers and passengers in car crashes whether they chose to buckle up or not.

While Ford and GM began to install air bags in some vehicles during the 1970s, some experts began to wonder if they caused more problems than they solved. When air bags inflated, they could hit people of smaller stature–and children in particular–so hard that they could be seriously hurt or even killed. A 1973 study suggested that three-point (lap and shoulder) seat belts were more effective and less risky than air bags anyway. But as air-bag technology improved, automakers began to install them in more and more vehicles, and by the time the 1991 law was passed, they were a fairly common feature in many cars. Still, the law gave carmakers time to overhaul their factories if necessary: It did not require passenger cars to have air bags until after September 1, 1997. (Truck manufacturers got an extra year to comply with the law).

Researchers estimate that air bags reduce the risk of dying in a head-on car accident by 30 percent, and they agree that the bags have saved more than 10,000 lives since the late 1980s. (Many of those people were not wearing seat belts, which experts believe have saved more than 211,000 lives since1975.) Today, they are standard equipment in almost 100 million cars and trucks.

About The Dysart Law Firm, P.C.

The Dysart Law Firm, P.C. is a St. Louis based car accident law firm that serves clients throughout the States of Missouri and Illinois, including the City of St. Louis, St. Louis County, Columbia, St. Charles, O’Fallen, Springfield, Jefferson City, Cape Girardeau, Alton, Granite City, Edwardsville, Wood River, Roxana, Belleville, East St. Louis, Collinsville, Rockford, Naperville, Peoria, Elgin, Champaign, Carbondale and Mount Vernon. . The firm’s practice includes car accidents, truck accidents, pedestrian accidents, auto manufacturing defects and wrongful death.

Mr. Dysart is a former federal prosecutor and has been nationally recognized as a personal injury lawyer obtaining numerous multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements.

The Dysart Law Firm, P.C. is located at 100 Chesterfield Business Parkway, Second Floor, St. Louis, Missouri 63005 (toll free number 888-586-7041). The firm’s website may be seen at, and Mr. Dysart may be contacted via e-mail at cdysart(at)dysart-law(dot)com.

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Find More General Press Releases NOVEMBER Hello and welcome to This Month in Genuine Estate. I’m JAY PAPASAN. Our top story what sorts of properties are first time homebuyers looking for? We’ll have the answer in a moment. But initial, the numbers. [NUMBERS] And now, our leading story. According to a latest report from KW investigation … • More than half of all first time home buyers stayed in the very same location exactly where they were renting • Far more than 3 quarters of all initial time residence buyers purchased a single loved ones detached home • Most initial time residence buyers bought a three bedroom and two bath house For ideas on buying right the very first time, we turn to News You Can Use … NEWS YOU CAN USE When it comes to the decision among purchasing or renting, some renters feel they simply cannot afford a mortgage. The reality is if you are renting, you are currently paying a mortgage — it just happens to be your landlord’s, not your own. Here are 3 secrets of homeownership that your landlord does not want you to know … Number 1: Equity. You can create wealth by way of equity. Feel of equity as a lengthy-term savings account. Every month you spend your mortgage, a portion of that mortgage goes into that account. Number 2: Appreciation. You can construct even more equity though appreciation. Think of appreciation as the interest your house earns over time. Number three: Manage. A residence that is yours means you will not want your landlord’s permission to paint, renovate and make it a property of your own. If you’re prepared to cease paying your landlord’s

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