Susan Weber

Susan Weber has over 25 years as a key marketing executive for Fortune 100 banks and stock brokerage firms, leading the development of their products and services including credit cards, checking, online banking, loans, mortgage, insurance, savings and retirement products. She currently puts her product and marketing knowledge to work as a consumer advocate, writing and editing useful, easy-to-understand information to help Internet readers lead a more informed, richer life.

Susan lives in the San Francisco Bay Area and enjoys sharing the highlights of the Bay Area with friends and family who come to visit. She is an avid wine collector, knows the area's history, the best places to see, the little spots to get the best deals, the out-of-the-way places to get a great meal, and the tourist traps to avoid.

A self-assured plus size woman, Susan has been an editorial consultant for many of the largest online plus size media channels, including the AOL/Women's Wear Daily Style Channel and Oxygen Media's Thriveonline.com, specializing in presenting practical and informative solutions to the lifestyle issues faced by men and women who happen to have larger-sized bodies.

Most Recent Contributions by Susan Weber

Basic Wine Knowledge Interview

Novice and experienced wine drinkers share the need for basic wine knowledge particularly when it comes to selecting, buying and serving win ... Read More

Expert Tips to Prevent Credit Card Skimming

Credit card skimming at restaurants and other retail establishments is a major contributor to credit card fraud and identity theft. Robbie L ... Read More

Facts about Gourmet Tea

Knowing the facts about gourmet tea can be the first step towards brewing a comforting, intriguing cup of tea. In this interview, Bruce Rich ... Read More

Medic Alert Systems

With medic alert systems you can be assured that you will get the emergency help you need, even if you can't speak for yourself. Bracelets o ... Read More

Sample Letter for Closing a Business

Each business closure situation has different details. The type of business will dictate what actions you, your customers or suppliers will ... Read More

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