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Re: Amazon and Lowes closed to return payment!!!


cardcrazyboi wrote:

done that..cs say cant reinstate the account the only way is reapply but i have to payoff the balance first.. but they say i should have no problem reapplying because i have perfect payment with them until i payoff the balance first the reapply n plus upto my credit report too..



IMO, paying with a rubber check doesn't constitute "perfect payment".

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Re: Amazon and Lowes closed to return payment!!!

I dont get it.  When I get my paycheck the first thing I do is pay my credit cards. Before anything else, they are paid at least the minimum.

 

I once bounced a check on accident (I forgot a once a year bill was set for autopayment) and I felt TERRIBLE.  That is until I found out they forged my signature to get a reimbursement from my union for 6x the amount, but that's another story.  I dont touch checks now, too easy for things to go wrong.

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Re: Amazon and Lowes closed to return payment!!!


SoCalBound wrote:

I dont get it.  When I get my paycheck the first thing I do is pay my credit cards. Before anything else, they are paid at least the minimum.

 

I once bounced a check on accident (I forgot a once a year bill was set for autopayment) and I felt TERRIBLE.  That is until I found out they forged my signature to get a reimbursement from my union for 6x the amount, but that's another story.  I dont touch checks now, too easy for things to go wrong.


Mind telling us which lender tried to forge your signature?

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