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Re: Amex app grey area


navigatethis12 wrote:

Burned2manybridgesB4 wrote:

I had to ask her how to do it...I KNOW I'm too old for tweeting.

 

 

...at least I can tell youngsters how to set the VCR clock.


VCR?


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VCR = Virtual Credit Report?

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dddewdrop wrote:

VCR = Virtual Credit Report?


The VCR has gotten THAT old!!! :smileyvery-happy:




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Like lexie said, if it has a cash value, you can include it. Otherwise no.

If listing your life insurance is okay, Everyone will be including their social security, unemployment benefits, Medicare and all kinds of benefits they get in various circumstances.
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Couldn't verify the correct answer online. The email rep passed the buck, and recommended I call the main line csr's..
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I doubt either the online rep or mainline CSR's would have any clue.  

 

I tend to agree with the consensus that if it has cash value you include it, if it is a Term policy do not..

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Here's the kicker. The cap one eo csr said it's tangible, when I had to list my assets, and used that info towards uw.
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If the policy has a face value, then it is an asset.

 

A term life is not an asset, but a universal life, or whole life would be an asset.


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....and it's the leading reason my old lady tolerates me most of the time.

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