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jclookey

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  1. On your first issue, you are kidding?? You have a job with health insurance benefits, be grateful for both. On your 2nd issue, as I understand it you are concerned about paying a net $73.94 bill to a presumably well qualified Dr. who took care of your sick child?? The time he spent with her is not the cost factor, it is the years and years that it took him to become QUALIFIED to treat and diagnose her. I hope she is well now and I suggest you count your blessings. as to #3, you are living in a dream world if you think that ANY private health plan would be better or cost less than
  2. On your first issue, you are kidding?? You have a job with health insurance benefits, be grateful for both. On your 2nd issue, as I understand it you are concerned about paying a net $73.94 bill to a presumably well qualified Dr. who took care of your sick child?? The time he spent with her is not the cost factor, it is the years and years that it took him to become QUALIFIED to treat and diagnose her. I hope she is well now and I suggest you count your blessings. as to #3, you are living in a dream world if you think that ANY private health plan would be better or cost less than
  3. So unlike penfed there is nothing other than a refi for those of us who are on time and didn't buy above our head.... sucky!!! Basically I got hosed by my mortgage broker because I was in a tight spot... she didn't bother responding to me on rates when I asked many times for a lock in rate for the day... she finally managed to tell me what they were when I HAD to lock in... (or else I would have missed my closing window)... and I ended up w/7.125 (would have been 7.25 but the rates dropped day of closing and the bank buying the loan called the lawyer and told him to redraw it at 7.125)....
  4. I'm curious if an expert or at least someone that knows more than me can give me some guidance on this... Basically I'm looking for thoughts on would you expect me to get approved, if so with what limit. Right now 1 CC over 80% util 690+/-10 Fako 75k HHI Total CLs ~47.5k Utilization ~37% Debt to income ~33% If anyone wants anymore info please let me know... I basically don't want to apply if I have no chance of approval since I'd like to refi my mortgage down from the 7.125% that I got screwed on.
  5. Hi all, First post here but right now medical bills are killing me. I work for one of GE's branches (no not capital thank god!), My family moved to a different state last september and lost the good insurance... GE offers a Preferred and a GEMB, the GEMB which i have now is deductible based SHI* and I mean SHI*.... I've already spent more out of pocket this year than in the 3 years prior combined. Do I have any way to get them to offer the Preferred in my area so I can go back to having a nice small 10-50 dollar copay not a 375/person deductible then only 80% on everything other than comp
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