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The Choppage Calendar

 

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I live in NJ so i would select ND-TX?

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It's all listed in the master C* thread.

 

Why do you need a spreadsheet to calculate the date for you?

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I'm lost. This has really changed over the years. Before one service was good, files didn't get chopped or anything extreme.

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Hi.. Every time I try & change the dates, I get an error message saying to make sure chop calendar contains current dates..

 

How do i do that?

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Sorry can someone explain this to me please, I can't seem to make out what the excel sheet is doing...

 

Right now I have 20/3/12 HI on my EX/EQ/TU, and I have CCMD ($12.95/month one). Do I just pull daily forever, so new HI will all be bumped off after 80-85 days for EQ and 56 for TU? Or do I pull for 3 months, stop, and repeat again in a year or two when I need to?

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So, this doesn't account for the chop date for 2015 or is it irrelevant of year?

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Tried that but having some issues. So, chopapge date for MD is tomorrow? the 13th? Midnight?

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