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breeze

Newbies - for more than 60 days

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Wow! I just had a look at my profile and it says I've only been here 6 days! That's incredible. I feel like I've been here at least a month. And I've certainly learned more in those 6 days about credit and BK than I have in almost four years of business school studying finance. I feel almost downright shafted that I wasn't taught any of this (and I mean NONE of it) in college. I can't thank you guys enough for giving me some ray of hope in what's otherwise been a horrible, depressing few years of credit ruin. I look forward to one day being able to provide as much help as some of you do here.

 

And to being able to celebrate not feeling like an utter, miserable, lower-than-scum failure that the credit industry (and myself :blush2: ) has made me out to be one day.

 

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I've been lurking forever but I sincerely appreciate all of the great info posted on this board. It's helped tremendously!

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Well "it" says I joined March 6, 2005 - pretty sure it was March 6, 2006 - but can I be an "oldie" now? Pretty please?

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Well, I've been a member since July of '05, but I've not posted until this past week. Does that count? :rofl:

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newbie here for more then 60 days.

still no member status.

 

 

Not quite 60 days yet. :glare:

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