PageOnce describes itself as a virtual personal assistant, and that’s just what it offers. The concept is simple. It’s a single page where you can manage almost every part of your online life, whether that’s social, shopping or financial. It only takes a few minutes to start using PageOnce. When you’re signed in you can start adding accounts in one of six categories: finance, shopping, utilities, social, travel, and email. Clicking on the section gives you a list of the most common service providers, and you also have the option to add your own. Just input your account name, username and password and that account is added to your start page.
The PageOnce start page looks and feels like a regular internet start page on Netvibes or IGoogle, but it offers so much more. With those start pages, you need to leave the site to interact with your data. As an example, you can view a summary of your minutes used with many wireless providers. PageOnce enables you to see your private information, which is much more useful. It’s great to be able to see your email summaries and decide whether or not you need to login and actually begin processing these messages. But when you’re ready, the login process is also handled by PageOnce, so it effectively functions as a password manager. If you want a single interface to manage your travel arrangements, shopping lists, banking and social networking profiles, then this is a great place to start. And with an extraordinary level of data encryption, PageOnce affirms that your data is secure.
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You keep sending me another Frank Spears’s messages I don’t think he would like me knowing his business.
If I were you I would change the e-mail address on this account FrankSpears@aol.com ASAP