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TerryDMillerMBA

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  1. If it truly is for living expenses, pay your bills ahead. If that represents three months of expenses, then pay that electric, gas, etc. ahead. Just one answer that isn't illegal.
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    The Dining and Food Thread

    Ate two dinners today. About six, I had americanized Italian -- leftover spaghetti. At about nine, someone bought americanized Italian -- pepperoni pizza, so I had three slices. #Stuffed
  3. It would be much more clear if the credit limits of each of those accounts were also listed along with those balances.
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    The Dining and Food Thread

    I usually just adapt, but I have had a few times over my fifty years on planet Earth where I simply HAD to have a certain food craving met. I guess those people are like that all of the time.
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    Credit Card Stacking

    Put the name of that company who told you to stack cards in a search engine. See if they have any issues.
  6. "I can't believe it's not! But, her?"
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    The best cash back credit cards

    No porn links allowed. :-/
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    Do Banks Really Mess Up Like This

    Don't deposit that check. Sounds like some sort of scam. Information not matching is enough of a flag for me.
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    Best strategy for utilization ratios?

    Based on what you want to do, and your statement that balances are at 90% with the exception of the Wells Fargo, I came up with the following: Pay off the three smaller balances, and pay $900, $700, and $700 towards the Chase, Navy, and Navy CLOC balances. This gives you three accounts with a zero balance, and three of the credit cards with under 90% utilization.
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    Dealer sold me a car they don't have the title for.

    "Bait-and-switch financing?" It seems like they have been playing this game before. Be careful.
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    OC Creditor removed and Portfolio still on report

    In situations like that, you simply threaten to sue, and be willing to follow through. Some version of the above letter is fine.
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    Is this a ploy by Midland to get me to respond?

    They told you they won't sue you. They told you they won't report your non-payment. (They won't even report your payment!) What are you afraid they'll do? I wouldn't waste anything on them (phone call, postage, time typing an email, etc.).
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    The Very Worst, Most Annoying Songs Thread

    I win the thread (and lose at the same time!):
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    Massive amount of inquires; no new accounts

    With all of that information that was stolen, be thankful that they didn't get any accounts approved. Messing with inquiries may be opening a can of worms, as was said by others.
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    Getting The Runaround About Loan Contact Info :( Help?

    I don't know what you studied in school, but as a former instructor, I am giving you an "A+" in persistence. Read this excellent, straight-forward explanation of the hardship reversal situation: https://tateesq.com/keep-tax-refund/ Things being tight for you is one thing. It appears they need dire circumstances (foreclosure/eviction/utility disconnection notices, etc.) before they will refund your refund. Still try, though.

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