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Stryker

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  1. Yep, this is my understanding and experience of prints not taking.
  2. Funny thread. I still fax. Have a fax modem that plugs into desktop that works with internet phone modems and Windows Fax & Scan. Also use the aforementioned pdf-to-fax service. Don't do it often, but it's handy when I need to. I'm certain that certain entities publish fax numbers as contacts knowing most purple cannot reach them that way. I do use a mobile wallet... really did invest in Samsung Pay. The MST technology allowed one to use phone and watch to pay in places that Apple Pay and Google Pay still can't, and I got points for purchases. Sadly, points program was discontinued, so I mostly use Google Pay when contactless opportunities are available. Still carry the wallet with card as backup.
  3. I think you could, yes, but those addresses tend to be very generic. I tend to prefer specific people (not the top executive). Your want your request read by someone who can do something. I'd really drill down and search for specific contacts at the entities listed. Good luck!
  4. Yep, it's a great site. I think what sets CB apart is the experience of the veterans, and the willingness to dispense straight advice. Have met several in real life, and they are family! [emoji3]
  5. At the very least, I'd reverse the order for the two contacts you have (CEO last). I'd suggest being specific, and seeing if you can hunt down a middle manager... like a VP if possible.
  6. Consider though... of the head guy says no, it might be the end of the road. Could your perhaps start lower down the chain? Then you can escalate if necessary.
  7. This... if they wanted to, they would have. I've been out of the game for a while, but I do recall CapOne being difficult with regards to goodwill efforts. Interested in knowing exactly who you (OP) emailed; I think picking first contact is exceptionally important.
  8. I've been around a long time, and didn't even know that, but it makes so much sense.
  9. Hege is right. Additionally: YMMV, but whenever possible with regards to a PFD, I'd suggest working with the OC and seeing if they can recall the debt (OC almost always can, regardless of what they might say).
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