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ah32 wrote:What is a FR? The one thing that irritates me about these message boards is all the abbreviating. Like we don't have the time to write two extra seconds to save others from having to go back to the main page and read under the abbreviations subject only to come back and write a question asking what a FR is? I do appreciate everyone's help. Just wondering if it's too much to ask to spell a word out once in awhile. IMHO, it takes more time deciphering how to write a PFD to the CRA's on derog TL's I need removed because the SOL has passed since the DOLA. Double BUMP.I know what most of those are, but could you please tell me what 'IMHO' means? I'd rather not have to go look it up!J/K
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