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LOL man i feel bad for tophie hehehehe

 

Loving the video though LOL

 

galaxy s5 ---- Tapatalk

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Can we post screen shots or pictures?

Why yes you can. Please do! :wave:

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You guys are such skeptics. It could happen.

 

When I was serving consecutive life sentences

 

in Alcatraz for embezzlement and tax evasion,

 

I finished med school and did my residency.

 

And I used the warden's computer to apply for

 

Cap1 my first year there. Approved for $300.

 

Forty-five days later I hit the luv button and

 

was raised to $120K -- soft pull on TU. :dntknw:

Great story. Easy to read too! :good::lol:

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So tophie, you never gave the results from Amex. I know you've been here, so let us know what happened. And, if you want to post those screen shots, PM me with the link and I'll post it for you. Come on, prove everyone wrong.

Still waiting for the results. :dntknw::dntknw::dntknw:

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Sometimes (but not very often) truth is stranger than fiction:

 

Frank William Abagnale, Jr. (/ˈæbəɡneɪl/; born April 27, 1948)[2] is an American security consultant known for his history as a former confidence trickster, check forger, and impostor. He became one of the most famous impostors ever,[3] claiming to have assumed no fewer than eight identities as an airline pilot, a doctor, a U.S. Bureau of Prisons agent, and a lawyer.

 

Some was exaggerated (gotta sell books), some wasn't:

For instance:

Abagnale forged a Harvard University law transcript, passed the Louisiana bar exam, and got a job at the Louisiana State Attorney General's office at the age of nineteen.

 

It takes large brass ones to do that!

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Abagnale

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They should make a movie about that.

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You guys are such skeptics. It could happen.

 

When I was serving consecutive life sentences

 

in Alcatraz for embezzlement and tax evasion,

 

I finished med school and did my residency.

 

And I used the warden's computer to apply for

 

Cap1 my first year there. Approved for $300.

 

Forty-five days later I hit the luv button and

 

was raised to $120K -- soft pull on TU. :dntknw:

Great story. Easy to read too! :good::lol:

...you made me spew Coke Zero all over my keyboard... :rofl:

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They should make a movie about that.

 

 

I think Leo DeCrap bears a resemblance. Maybe they should cast him.

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They should make a movie about that.

 

 

I think Leo DeCrap bears a resemblance. Maybe they should cast him.

 

LOL, maybe. That is such a great idea you should move to Hollywood and try to sell this to the Big Guys!! :rofl:

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They should make a movie about that.

 

 

I think Leo DeCrap bears a resemblance. Maybe they should cast him.

 

LOL, maybe. That is such a great idea you should move to Hollywood and try to sell this to the Big Guys!! :rofl:

 

 

 

No, I'm too busy making a sandwich with 2 hot actresses right now. It's called the Chugs Speshul.

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Financial review was completed today. Card is back open and credit limit was raised. I called them back at 5:30 CT... they were already closed (that dept) but I did speak with a rep who read the notes and said they were calling to tell them they received the transcripts, the account has been restored, the limit has been increased and thank you for your patience during this review. They called me on a Saturday, so i think that's pretty cool.

 

Also signed up for C$ today. I kept signing up while the acct was in canceled status and i'm pretty sure it was doing SP's... but then after a few hours I'd get an e-mail telling me C$ was canceled because they could not bill the card... but I had already seen a new report for each one of those days so I'm hoping it counted.

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Now my next step... get added on to a relative that has had Amex for 30 years... then try to back date it after enough time has passed.

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Ctrl + print screen

 

Open Paint

 

Paste

 

Edit out personal info

 

Save as jpeg

 

Upload to pic hosting site

 

Copy and paste code in your post here

 

 

It's pretty quick and easy. You could practice on the $75K Barclays card.

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Photomatrix was how you got it to show $300,000?

 

I'm pretty sure the highest possible limit on an Amex revolver is $100,000.

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Start making your bets....

 

Credit Line Increase up to $75k...

or They cancel me....

 

They will top it at a round 80 K.

Thank GOD I didn't take either of these bets! :dntknw: I would have come in WAAAAAY under par. :rofl:

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I'll hold off my judgment till I can see if it's shopped or not.

it only took 3 seconds

 

to see it's shopped.

 

not even a half decent job, either.

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