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Financial Palindromes and Other Numerical Apparitions: Post Yours

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I recently posted this in an unrelated thread...

 

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... so imagine my surprise and delight when I logged into my AAdvantage account today and found this:

 

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My Amex FICO was 818 for a couple months a couple months ago.

 

:good:

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There was a time when my credit scores hovered in the vicinity of 666 for what seemed (at the time) in perpetuity.

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My EX FICO 8 was 850 for the last 6 months.

 

A week ago it dropped all the way to 839, (boo f**ing hoo), LOL...

 

A new HP did it, (just couldn't resist that $750 SUB for INK Cash). :angel:

 

Like a "Perfect Score" really has any value unless you use it. :rofl:

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Like a "Perfect Score" really has any value unless you use it. :rofl:

We have a winner!!!

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So close... I wish I could figure out how to get one $0.20 transaction to post next.

 

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While this isn't palindrome-related, I am pleased to report that every digit in our current checking account balance is evenly divisible by 3.

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9 hours ago, cv91915 said:

While this isn't palindrome-related, I am pleased to report that every digit in our current checking account balance is evenly divisible by 3.

$666.66 ??

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16 minutes ago, IndyPoolPlayer said:

$666.66 ??

I mentioned that this phenomenon was NOT palindrome related.  

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37 minutes ago, breeze said:

Do not fall for his trick, cv. :D

I'll see him in Hell.

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1 hour ago, cv91915 said:

I mentioned that this phenomenon was NOT palindrome related.  

You said each digit is evenly divisible by three

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4 minutes ago, Kat58 said:

$6969.69

 

 

Who keeps six people in checking?

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