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Re: Wheres my spade? I'm in the garden.


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I got a hardpull last year from opening a checking account in a town I was working in for only six months. UGH! Ive since been transferred back to my home area and closed the account. I sent them a very nice letter and asked them if they would remove the hard but they said they cant. Double UGH!


Some HP some don't ask them to be safe 



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Re: Wheres my spade? I'm in the garden.

it was a bank that is at least state wide.








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