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  1. thanks burger just installed it on my sons laptop and updated the software.
  2. If a person tapes in these states without two party consent, there can be both civil and criminal consequences. Those states are believed to be: California Connecticut Delaware Florida Massachusetts Maryland Michigan Montana New Hampshire Pennsylvania Washington
  3. I never said it was a conspiracy. I just can't believe such a site could give out such false info. the government puts out false info why not a website!
  4. myfico.com is the only place you can get all 3 fico scores in one location.
  5. Coca-Cola Co. announced a data breach Jan. 24, adding another big name to the list of companies dealing with recent security failures. The news may have consumers sighing with exasperation — “Another one?” — but the breach at Coke is different than the attacks confirmed by Target Adobe and Neiman Marcus This one went after employee data. The company said about 74,000 past and present employees’ personal information has been compromised as a result of laptop theft, which was allegedly carried out by a former employee who was responsible for recycling and maintaining equipment, according to reports in the Wall Street Journal and other data security outlets. In a memo sent to employees, the company explained the laptops were stolen and then returned, and they held information about U.S. and Canadian employees, including names, Social Security numbers, addresses, ethnicity and compensation. The laptops were not encrypted, but the memo did not explain why. According to the Journal, the company learned of the theft Dec. 10, but employees were just notified, because the company needed to go through the information on the recovered hardware. The fact that the information on the laptops was not encrypted makes the data much more vulnerable to abuse, but the company said it has “no indication” personal information was misused.
  6. BofA USED EXPERIAN FOR MY CC APP IN NYC
  7. annualcreditreport.com request hard copies sent to your home they are the most detailed ..good luck.
  8. congrats on the approval there is plenty of DETAILED info on B* here on CB Thank you, I'm actually surprised they approved me after my instant denial. I lowered the requested amount and changed the loan type to "debt consolidation" rather than just "personal loan." That must sound less sketchy to them. I'm aware of all the B* threads, I just ignored them because I didn't think it related to me. I will start reading them to reduce the hards on my Equifax. don't forget TRANSUNION while your at it..
  9. congrats on the approval there is plenty of DETAILED info on B* here on CB
  10. I can attest to that I am already helping friends a few have join CB
  11. that's the MAGIC approval dust on it you must of took it off that's why the card was declined...!
  12. try paying a week earlier they might report at the same time.
  13. congrats on the 770 u should pull your FICO score's for equifax and experian so you no were your stand as far as scores go. you might be surprised
  14. interesting but what does this have to do with credit/finance should be posted on some transgender board! Welcome to the General Discussions Forum... now that is differently kool A CHIC-a-FISH
  15. interesting but what does this have to do with credit/finance should be posted on some transgender board!
  16. The country's largest crafts chain may be the latest retailer hit by a security breach. Michaels said Saturday that it learned recently of "possible fraudulent activity" on some of its customers' payment cards, suggesting there may have been a breach. The company gave no additional information on the possible breach, including how many customers may be involved, when those customers shopped at Michaels, and if the possible.CEO Chuck Rubin said the company has not confirmed a breach, but wanted to alert customers. "We are concerned there may have been a data security attack on Michaels that may have affected our customers' payment card information and we are taking aggressive action to determine the nature and scope of the issue," Rubin said in a statement...The company gave no additional information on the possible breach, including how many customers may be involved, when those customers shopped at Michaels, and if the possible breach affected online or in-store shoppers.
  17. The phony parking ticket scam You return to your car to discover you've been ticketed for parking illegally or some other supposed infringement. The ticket gives a website address where, if you visit, you may fall victim to either financial and ID theft (you're asked to pay a fine by credit card) or a virus attack from the website. Tip: Parking enforcement organizations don't operate this way. If your ticket didn't come from the police, check out the source with them before paying. Then, don't pay online unless you're positive it's the real local police site and double check any payment address.
  18. op you might want to call those cc companies and ask their policies on non permanent residents first instead of applying and getting HPs and denials.. good luck
  19. Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr., today announced the indictment of thirteen defendants for stealing victims’ banking information with skimming devices at gas stations http://manhattanda.org/press-release/da-vance-identity-theft-ring-indicted-multi-million-dollar-credit-card-skimming-and-at

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