Today on the Consumerism Commentary Podcast, Bryan J Busch talks with Patrick van der Voorst, founder of ValueMyStuff, and Tom Dziubek speaks with Ralph Pinto from Chase about their participation in the Drive to End Hunger campaign.
ValueMyStuff / Chase Double the Difference: S06E21 / 178 and 168
Table of contents
[00:00] Introduction from Bryan J Busch
[00:41] Interview with Patrick van der Voorst
— [00:55] How ValueMyStuff works
— [01:44] What are people asking for values of?
— [02:23] People appraise things for selling and insurance
— [03:04] Why art is considered an investment
— [04:54] Comparing other investments to precious metals
— [05:36] Patrick’s predictions for values going up
— [07:24] Why certain items lose value overnight
— [08:58] Valuable works of art as part of a retirement portfolio
— [10:34] Older computers and iPods are now collectors’ items
— [11:33] How to get the best estimate at ValueMyStuff.com
[13:17] Interview with Ralph Pinto
— [13:26] Chase’s Drive to End Hunger Campaign with AARP Visa Card
— [15:19] Older Americans and food insecurity
— [16:05] Success of the AARP Visa Card campaign
— [17:07] Chase’s involvement and components
— [18:45] Why older Americans donate more to charity
— [19:42] Signing up for the AARP Visa Card
— [20:28] Making donations directly to the campaign
— [21:02] Partnership with AARP and NASCAR
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Updated March 18, 2012 and originally published March 11, 2012. If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to the RSS feed or receive daily emails. Follow @ConsumerismComm on Twitter and visit our Facebook page for more updates.