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Re: The Sleigh Center

Thanks for the appointment offer but really...  since I'm SURE I'm not an addict, I should leave the apts for the people who really need the helpSmiley Wink
 
I didn't opt-in because I NEED the pre-approvals, I'm just curious...  I won't ever apply...  I promise...
 
By the way, will CCCU approve you for a cc if Hooters is one of your TLs?  Just wondering...  I'm not going to apply for either one... really....
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Kat wrote:
Thanks for the appointment offer but really...  since I'm SURE I'm not an addict, I should leave the apts for the people who really need the helpSmiley Wink
 
Denial is a serious thing KatSmiley Very HappyJ/K
 
 
 
By the way, will CCCU approve you for a cc if Hooters is one of your TLs?  Just wondering...  I'm not going to apply for either one... really....


Never thought of it that way!  Now that you mention it, it's kind of funny.  I think that it will report as Merrick Bank on your CRs and not Hooters.  You never know though!Smiley Very Happy


Message Edited by SpecFile on 09-08-2007 03:00 PM
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Re: The Sleigh Center

true credit shows hooters listed on mine report. i'm thinking about applying at cccu, just to have an account so that i can see what my options might be in a month or two.
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Well there's your answer Kat.  I was wrong!  Thanks for the info dnm.  You would think though that the issuing bank would put there name on the CR because I doubt that Hooters Girls are going to show up at your front door if you don't pay your CC.  Smiley Very Happy
 
If the above were true, the hooters card would have a high default rate.Smiley Very Happy


Message Edited by SpecFile on 09-08-2007 03:09 PM
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Re: The Sleigh Center

btw. hooters show on truecredit reports as merrick bank/hooters. hopefully this  ill clarify my response earlier.
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SpecFile wrote:
Don't leave us hanging Sleigh.  Did the mail come yet?Smiley Surprised


Sorry, I had to run to town with DW to pickup gift for Grandaughter. Yes, mail came and there was nothing, no card, no promise of a card, not even enticing offer. Made me want to cry!Smiley Very Happy
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Re: The Sleigh Center

what's the sleigh center policy about pre-approval apps being mailed to a patient (in my case perm. res.)? do i have to put myself on the opt out list, or will they shredded by the recipient, for therapy of course?
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dnm45227 wrote:
what's the sleigh center policy about pre-approval apps being mailed to a patient (in my case perm. res.)? do i have to put myself on the opt out list, or will they shredded by the recipient, for therapy of course?


 
It is reccommended that until you are strong enough all apps must be shredded under supervision and immedately taken to the outside refuse container to prevent tape attempts. Only after your 6 mos chip are you allowed unsupervised shredding.

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Re: The Sleigh Center

tape attempts, lol!
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Re: The Sleigh Center

I forgot, once you are cleared and thought strong enough to start apping again, all apps submitted in the first two years must be submitted by snail mail.  This tends to draw out the anticipation factor and allow th addict to feel the high for a longer period of time while waiting fo the snail mail response.  We find the instant app gratification tends to lead to an increased need for the next fix.  Snail mail has proven to delay this reaction allowing more gentle withdrawal.Smiley Very Happy

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