PrioriPay, un serviciu pentru transfer de bani online, util peste tot in lume

Transferul de bani in mediul online este o facilitate de care societatea moderna dispune si care a fost pusa la dispozitie de catre institutiile financiare din intreaga lume. Posibilitatea de a transfera bani online catre orice utilizator din lume este una care faciliteaza mentinerea nivelului nostru de trai si care sustine viteza cu care actionam atat in plan personal, cat si in plan profesional. Serviciile financiare precum PrioriPay, care ofera sansa de a trimite bani din conturile personale in conditii de confidentialitate maxima, sunt realizate cu ajutorul platformelor online moderne, extrem de sigure si supravegheate de Banca Nationala a Romaniei, in vederea respectarii tuturor prevederilor legale.

Care este cel mai usor mod de a accesa serviciile PrioriPay?
PrioriPay, serviciul de transfer de bani online poate fi folosit de pe orice dispozitiv care are o conexiune stabila la internet website-ul oficial este prioripay.com. Primul pas pentru accesarea acestor servicii este crearea unui cont de utilizator, care presupune oferirea unei adrese valide de e-mail si a unor date personale care sa demonstreze validitatea contului. In continuare, procedurile sunt foarte simple, iar transferul de bani dintr-un cont in altul sau din contul bancar in contul PrioriPay este foarte simplu. Transferul de bani poate sa fie facut in orice moment, doar prin acces la contul de utilizator.
Pentru a realiza un transfer de bani prin PrioriPay, utilizatorul trebuie sa adauge datele unui card valid. Clientii MasterCard pot opta pentru un card preplatit reincarcabil cu ajutorul caruia sa aiba acces la bani, in mod automat, prin platforma online oferita de acest serviciu. In acest fel, suma de bani adaugata poate fi retrasa oricand de la cel mai apropiat bancomat, prin efectuarea platilor la comercianti sau atunci cand apare necesitatea platii unor bunuri si servicii online de pe website-urile care accepta plata cu cardurile MasterCard. Cardul detinut poate sa fie conectat de un cont in euro sau in lei, dar si in dolari americani. In cazul utilizarii platformei, toate datele vor fi confidentiale. In cazul in care are loc un transfer din contul PrioriPay inspre un alt utilizator al aceluiasi serviciu, va fi afisata adresa de e-mail a utilizatorului emitent. Asadar, confidentialitatea datelor este asigurata.
Avantajele utilizarii unui astfel de serviciu cu ajutorul unui card MasterCard sunt flexibilitatea, administrarea foarte usoara a acestuia, confortul, utilizarea rapida a sumelor de bani existente in cont si controlul total asupra sumelor detinute. Asadar, nu vor exista comisioane la plata online a bunurilor si serviciilor, fondurile pot fi utilizate atat in Romania cat si in strainatate, iar cumparaturile devin mult mai usoare. Plata prin transfer de bani este avantajoasa din toate punctele de vedere, insa, in mod special, din punct de vedere al confortului utilizatorului care nu trebuie sa specifice destinatia banilor, nu trebuie sa se deplaseze la sediul unei banci si nu trebuie sa divulge datele sale personale sau datele contului. Contul PrioriPay poate sa fie conectat cu mai multe carduri, ale mai multor banci, iar beneficiarul sumelor transferate nu vor avea acces la datele cardurilor bancare sau la conturile de pe care le-au fost transferati banii.

Clevedon & Portishead Birds

A website dedicated to birdwatching in Clevedon & Portishead, North Somerset concentrating on the area of coastline from the Congresbury Yeo through Clevedon and up to Portishead and other areas in between such as the Gordano Valley and Portbury Wharf. The site will be regularly updated with the latest birds sightings and other pieces of natural history information.

19th – And then their were 4 – Med Gulls at Portishead Boating Lake! At the Clevedon Yeo today there were 6 Little Egrets, a Peregrine, 6 Oystercatchers, 39 Lapwing, a Knot, 65 Dunlin, 3 Whimbrel, 80 Curlew, 62 Redshank, 4+ Common Sandpiper and 2 Turnstones.

18th – A good variety at Portbury Wharf Nature Reserve today with 40 Curlew, 37 Black-tailed Godwits, 8 Common Sandpipers, 55 Dunlin, 210 Redshank and a Great Crested Grebe.

17th – Two Med Gulls were seen displaying at Portishead lake grounds today. Thanks to Chris Gladman for the pictures.
16th – At the Clevedon Yeo today there were 8 Mute Swans, 24 Shelduck along with 26 young, 6 Little Egrets, 2 Peregrines, 8 Oystercatchers, 2 Little Ringed Plover, 38 Lapwing, 70 Dunlin, 95 Curlew, 3 Redshank, a Greenshank, 12 Common Sandpipers and a GBB Gull. So things are beginning to pick up again! Whilst in Clevedon a Sparrowhawk reduced the local Goldfinch population by 2! (thanks to Martin Parsons for the crackin’ pic).
15th – On another wet day the only report was of 2 Peregrines at Clevedon.

14th – Two Med Gulls reported from Portishead today.

12th – At Clevedon today there was a Greylag at Yeo Bank Farm, 15 Shelduck, 8 Little Egrets, 2 Peregrines, 13 Oystercatcher, a Little Ringed Plover, 34 Lapwing, 21 Dunlin, 2 Whimbrel, c50 Curlew, 14 Redshank, 11 Common Sandpiper and a juvenile Wheatear.

11th – There were 190 Redshank (significant increase last few days), 55 Curlew (ditto) and a Kingfisher at Portbury Wharf Nature Reserve today.

8th – Fairly quiet at Portbury Wharf Nature Reserve today with a Hobby, 3 Whimbrel, 2 Tufted Ducks and 3 Shelduck (one brood of 5) really of note in amongst the plenty of Hirundines and common Warblers.
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6th – More seabirds today with 130+ Manx Shearwaters, 5 Storm Petrel and a Fulmar from Ladye Bay, Clevedon and 10+ Stormies, 12+ Manxies, a Gannet and a Fulmar from Battery Point, Portishead.

5th – A Storm Petrel was seen off Battery Point, Portishead today.

4th – Some productive seawatching today with a Storm Petrel, 53 Manx Shearwaters, 6 Fulmar, 3 Gannets and a Kittiwake from Ladye Bay, Clevedon. On the coast at Clevedon there were 6 Little Egrets, 24 Lapwings, a Black-tailed Godwit, 20+ Redshank, a Greenshank, 2 Common Sandpipers and a 1st summer Kittiwake. 60+ Manx Shearwaters were seen from Portbury Wharf. 6 Manxies were also seen from Portishead with 2 showing characteristics of balearic race.

3rd – Some seawatching from Clevedon today produced 166 Manx Shearwaters and 2 Gannets but alas no Albatross! A Hobby was seen at Portbury Wharf at lunchtime.

2nd – New month, more rain! At Clevedon there were 20+ Shelduck 20 with broods of 14, 5, 3 and 2, 9 Oystercatchers, 14 Lapwing, a Dunlin, a Black Wit in breeding plumage, 90 Curlew, 36 Redshank, 2 Common Sandpipers and 40 Linnets. A Parakeet sp was seen at Clevedon that was probably a Ring-necked. Quite at Portbury Wharf and all I could manage before the rain drove me away was a Little Owl and a Green Woodpecker. Main news of the day however concerned the staggering news that a Yellow Nosed Albatross was found, taken in care and later released on Brean Down yesterday and no local birders were made aware!!!!! Keep an eye out over the next few days