Tipey Story: Jordan

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Tipey Story: Jordan

imgresThis story comes from Jordan, a Tipey user from Killeen, TX. Jordan has asked us to share this story, due to the fact it shows Tipey’s usefulness past just Tips. The names have been changed for legal purposes.

“Wow. So, this is a crazy one. So my buddy Steven went to Wisconsin with his wife on a business trip. Well, background about Steven, he’s an idiot. He’s done a lot of stupid things. This one however is THE story that has set a new record. He tells his wife in Wisconsin (he’s from Texas) that he wants a divorce. So what does she do? They get into an argument, cops are called, she bites him, they arrest him, she locks his phone, and locks his bank account while he’s in jail. He gets out, no charges because he didn’t touch her, but he has no money. So naturally I go ahead and hook him up with a bus ticket scheduled 4 days later. He has to walk to the station, which is a pretty good distance. I’m trying to figure out how I can send him some money. I’m thinking paypal, moneygram, western union, anything! He doesn’t have a Paypal, and moneygram is pretty expensive. Then, I remember we both downloaded Tipey! I went ahead and sent him $200 at no cost through the app. He’s back in Texas safe and sound now. But, that was just something I felt would be cool to share. Thanks guys!”

Wow. Didn’t really expect Tipey to be used for that, but hey that’s what it is designed for. Quick, easy, and cost effective. A tool for any user in most situations. Thank you Jordan for the story!

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Customer Story: Tipey

Screen Shot 2016-04-18 at 3.44.19 PMThis story comes from Allen Parr from Lancaster, TX. Allen is a night employee near Waxahachie, TX. Allen is a Tipey user, and has just learned why it was great to have it on his phone.

“I was driving down highway 342 the other night. It was probably about 2, maybe 3 in the morning. I was driving back up because I was sick, and needed to go home. About halfway there I get a flat tire. Now, that’s no big deal usually. I’ve got a spare in the back of my truck, a jack, and a tire iron. The issue was I felt like I had the flu, and it’s raining outside. Well so I call my wife and tell her I gotta wait for this rain to die down. Turned on my flashers, and sat back listening to some music. A car pulls up behind me about 10 minutes later, and the driver comes out wearing a pancho. He says, “Hey there my name’s Braden Lejune. You alright? Need some help?” So, I tell him the problem. This young man gets my tools, gets my spare, and changes my tire for me in the rain. When he’s done I tell him I don’t have any cash. He says that’s not a problem, and starts to walk away. Then, I remember this guy who gave me a tipey dollar. I had signed up, linked my bank account, and forgot about it. I tell Braden to sign up, and honk his horn when he’s done. He did, so I sent him 40 bucks just for giving me a hand. Sometimes, you need to help a stranger out. This young man came through for me. Because of him, I was able to get home and take some medicine. Because of Tipey, I was able to send him a blessing.”

This is yet another instance in which Tipey has come in handy. You never really know what’s going to happen in life, so sometimes it’s good just to play it safe. Tipey is available on Google Play, and the App Store. It’s also available on the web at tipey.tips

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Customer Stories: Nicole’s Tip

Breakfast-FoodRecently, I had the chance to speak with one of the Tipey users about an experience they already had. This story is from a man we’ll call Mark. Mark contacted me personally about the story to make sure it was shared appropriately. This was Mark’s experience using Tipey to tip his waitress.

“So, I was in a restaurant with a friend the other day. It’s a breakfast joint, but I don’t want to say where because I don’t want anyone to get in trouble. Anyway, this was one of those tip share restaurants. No big deal, tip sharing is pretty common so I knew what to expect. My server wasn’t going to be all that good, my food would be adequate at best. I wasn’t really worried about it. I walked in, and waited fifteen minutes to be seated. I could see they were extremely busy, and almost every chair had a butt in it. I waited, was seated, and was viewing the menu. This cute little blonde waitress named Nicole came over to take our drink orders. Now, at first sight Nicole was quite charming. She had a beautiful smile with amazing teeth, her hair in a bun, and her uniform…. well that’s when I realized it. This young girl, probably 20 going to college, was covered in enough food waste to make another meal. I could see by her tired expression, her uniform, and her bun that was coming undone that she had been through one rough shift. Turns out, she was on her thirteenth hour and we were her last customers after her other tables left.

We ordered our drinks, and waited another ten or so minutes. I didn’t mind though because I watched Nicole running around taking orders, refilling drinks, bussing tables, etc. I could see the rest of the waitstaff taking there time, but Nicole was busting her butt for them. After awhile I ordered my food, and she brought it with that same smile. Then, five minutes into eating, I saw her manager yelling at her for forgetting to roll the silverware before her shift ended. She had been so caught up helping the customers that she forgot to do a task that could’ve been assigned to any one of those servers gossiping by the kitchen. I knew her shift was going to end soon, so I finished my meal and paid without leaving a tip. This constituted a slight look from the cashier, who was obviously going to miss out on her cut.

Nicole came out the doors some thirty minutes later. I was waiting for her outside. She didn’t notice me as she went straight for her car, got in, and started crying. I came to her, we talked, and I assured her she had provided the best service I’ve seen in years. Then, I told her about Tipey. I told her that I hated the idea of tip share for people like her, who really try to do a great job. I had her download the app, set up an account, favorited her, and then tipped her thirty dollars for excellent service. Her face lit up, and we became somewhat of friends that day I suppose. So, now every time I go there, I’ll be requesting Nicole. And, I’ll only tip her through Tipey because only she deserves my money.”


What a fantastic story Mark! It’s times like these that Tipey really comes in and saves the day. Though this is only one example, it really sums up the Tipey experience. Tipey, A new way to Tip. Download on the App Store or Google Play.

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The 4 Syndicate

the 4Information Technology is a live and booming market across the globe. Many people and businesses go through great lengths to tap into the I.T. Market, due to the guaranteed results that occur when they do. People go to accredited schools to learn the art of programming. Businesses pay individuals a large sum of money for this skill set. However, sometimes it is more in the interest of a company to higher another company that primarily focuses on this skill. These companies typically pay an outrageous amount, for very little results. Most companies have programmers who have either only been in for a short time, or who have already hit their prime and can no longer keep up with today’s advancing market. What does any business want from one of these companies? They want a fast, efficient, and cost effective solution that can keep up with the ever changing technology industry. Look no further than The 4 Syndicate.

Gary Mathis is The 4 Syndicate’s President, and lead engineer. Gary is an award winning software engineer with over 9 years of experience building powerful applications in multiple coding languages. An experienced developer and great leader, Gary is one of the founders of the company alongside Keaton Johnson. Keaton is The 4 Syndicate’s chief operations officer and chief marketing officer. Keaton specializes in search engine optimization, financing, and marketing. Keaton has worked for the Dallas County Sheriff’s Department, and is a veteran of the United States Army. Jeff Cline is the primary investor in The 4 Syndicate. Jeff has 20+ years of experience in business operations, marketing, sales, etc. Jeff has pushed the brand to greater heights, allowing us to quickly change the face of technology as we know it. A father and a mentor, Jeff keeps the crew performing to the best standards possible.

The 4 Syndicate has presented several different applications over the past few months. These applications have been created by reimagining the way we use and see the web. A marketing platform (Incline.Media), a social tipping site (Tipey.Tips), and a social networking site (Blabaway.com). Not to mention the countless backend designs for websites like KandeeJohnson.com. The 4 Syndicate is never shy to take a challenge when it comes to building the best the web has ever seen. We strive to prove that current applications and programming is obsolete. The world needs an update, and we can be the ones to fix the holes that you didn’t know existed.

Want to find out more about The 4 Syndicate? You can visit the website the4.net, and see for yourself. We accept phone calls and emails for business inquiries only. If you have an idea, a product to sell, a system to fix, or anything that requires cost effective solutions, contact us today.

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In the world of Information Technology we strive to create the best possible applications on all devices. We constantly reimagine the way the world is working, and reinvent the ideas/customs that have governed our society. A simple way to enhance a custom we are all used to is to view it as a way to update the world. We take something so small that you don’t notice, and rebuild in a way that you never knew you needed. That’s what we did when we thought of Tipey.Tips. Taking something you’ve been doing your whole life, and didn’t realize needed a makeover.

Tipping is a way of showing appreciation for great service. The food service industry is the biggest in utilizing tipping as a primary source of income. However, did you know that you can tip people even if the industry generally isn’t a tipping industry? Your doctor, a teacher, a friend who helped you in need, and countless more people you can send a thank you to easy and fast. Have you ever been low on cash and couldn’t tip your carhop at Sonic? Maybe you were at a store, an employee helped you, but he would get in trouble if you showed your appreciation. Tipping is just the way we show those around us we care about what they’ve done for us. So, maybe you should consider Tipey.Tips.

Tipey.Tips is a social tipping platform powered by The 4 Syndicate. Tipey.Tips is a new way to tip, with mobile and web applications for you and your family to use when you want to give someone that thank you they deserve. We at The 4 Syndicate created Tipey.Tips as a way to update the world, redesigning the way we do common things. As Steve Jobs once said, “A lot of times, people don’t know what they want until you show it to them.” That’s exactly what motivated us to create Tipey.Tips for people who find themselves in a situation where they want to tip, but have no way of doing so. We have provided you with a tool you can use to give people what they deserve. Plus, you can make a little money yourself.

It’s a simple design. Tipey.Tips is available on the web, on google play, and on the play store. You can set up your profile to show how your typical appearance will be. You helped a mother of four carry her groceries to her car while she battled her screaming children? She catches your name, looks you up, sees your different appearances, determines that you are the one who helped her, and sends you money for helping her. Alternatively, the produce boy at Walmart helps you find that perfect watermelon. He can’t accept cash from you, but you find him on Tipey.Tips and voila! You have shown your appreciation for his outstanding service. I know I’m not the only one who has paid in advance at a restaurant, had a helpful server, and realized I couldn’t tip her because I had no cash. Now, I can send blessings with little effort to someone who earned it.

You can send and receive money for doing the things you do everyday. That’s the beauty of Tipey.Tips. Tipey.Tips motivates it’s users to pay the blessing forward, and do good for each other. The money is just the extra motivation for users to walk the right direction. Not to mention Tipey.Tips takes virtually no space on your device, is quick to set up, and is a great alternative to already established money sending companies. Don’t believe me? Try it yourself! Download Tipey on google play or the app store today! Or, just visit out website Tipey.Tips. You can make a real difference in your life and others by taking the time to sign up today.