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My first Shop Discover purchase failed to give me cash back credit: http://creditboards.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=518247. So far I haven't had the strength to try to contact them about this and track down an amount less than three dollars. This should just work...
Now I've taken the damn card out of the sock drawer one more time to get 5% for online shopping. YES, I registered for the 5% promotion.
Amazon.com gift card, purchased directly from Amazon - Qualified
Chefs.com purchase - Does not qualfiy
Soap.com purchase - Does not qualify
Overstock.com purchase - Does not qualify
Amazon Payments (for purchase made from Amazon.com) - Does not qualify.
I want to use a balance transfer promotion from Chase but it has a 5% balance transfer fee. Looking to get around that if I can so I thought I'd pay my spouse with paypal using the Chase credit cards which will cost 2.99% but then we'll get 1% of that back with rewards so it'll be 2% total. Would Paypal or Chase have a problem with a payment to an individual with the same address?
It's been a while since I've posted although I sometimes read from an app on my phone. This site has been invaluable to helping me clean up my credit and stay that way.
I just opened yesterday a collection letter from A.R.A. They had called me last week and when I asked who they were as soon as they identified themselves, I lost cell service and the call was dropped.
I received this letter in the mail and I'm a bit freaked out they they gave me hardly any time to respond. I need some help with a letter to respond to them. I've done this before but it's been years. I also just moved and a lot of my older stuff (hard drives, with letters on them) are packed away. Can someone help me?
I was reading Whychat's site, and if I read it right, it says credit cards are always Open Accounts, even after default, as part of the Uniform Commercial Code. I'm just wondering what part of the UCC says that.
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