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08-09-2007 09:42 PM - edited 08-10-2007 05:04 AM
TNWM's suggestion of posting your score in your sig may just have to be the next best thing.
08-10-2007 01:06 AM
08-17-2007 09:06 AM
I like it. I think you would see quite a few using that option. It's not like were secretive about our own scores, as a rule everybody is pretty open about it.
Tmleverage wrote:TNWM's suggestion of posting your score in your sig may just have to be the next best thing.I think this option is a good one as the poster has to elect the option to do it, therefore theliability lies on the posters option of doing it, as long as there is some kind of statement orDisclaimer covering Myfico when the option is elected then there covered..
Message Edited by Tmleverage on 08-10-2007 05:04 AM
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