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These strips seem to help clear clogs for grease and oil buildup.

It's on sale for $9.89 on amazon:

Does anyone know anything about these if it is something worth having?

Looks interesting. I have a line that's very slow, probably full of build-up from kitchen and laundry. Just ordered these. I'll let you know how it works out.

General Discussion / Re: NYC parking fines
« on: January 25, 2021, 02:36:37 PM »
Submitted a dispute online and I didn't get any confirmation page or anything.

How do I know if it went through?

General Discussion / Re: NYC parking fines
« on: January 21, 2021, 01:13:02 PM »
number one I'll tell you is to get a new inspection sticker.

 And yes definitely write that the officer issued a ticket claiming that my vehicle was parked at this address, and there is no such address.
 Let alone i never parked at this location.
   And if you get yourself a new inspection sticker you could actually claim in the defense that I have a valid inspection sticker. Lol

   But yes that's a valid defense.

 you can write in the defense, you can actually try to Google that address but no such address will come up.
  Meaning there is no 1185... That's a made up address.

Thanks  for the advice. Greatly appreciated.

Follow up question (more general): The car is registered to the company I work for. I'd rather them not find out about this whole situation. If I dispute it will my employer get a response in the mail, or will I get an e-mail response?

General Discussion / Re: NYC parking fines
« on: January 18, 2021, 07:50:09 AM »
Ticket for expired inspection. He wrote the wrong address. I was parked on Rockaway Ave, he wrote Rockaway Parkway. The address that he wrote is a real address a few blocks away from where I was parked, but I obviously have no way of proving where I was parked. Any way I could use that to get it dismissed?

ETA: I googled the address he wrote (1185 Rockaway Pkwy), and it comes up on Google Maps, but I drove by, and there's no actual building with that address. What kind of evidence could I submit to show this?

Anyone used this to pay federal income tax? Does it work like debit?

Credit Cards / Re: Paypal Master Thread
« on: July 29, 2020, 09:53:56 AM »
If you're being paid for a service why the need to go through PayPal?

  The reason why one would select goods and services would it be to get the purchase protection.

   If you enjoy paying fees go for it.

 There's no one forcing you to use goods and services while you can use friends and family no problem.

 Don't see why it would be the terms & conditions that you have to use Goods for sale in paying for a service and if you decide to use friends and family and take the risk you're not allowed to?

 Meaning you're not tied down to PayPal, you can use any service out there if you're just looking to send cash.
  With that being said look at it as if it's a friends-and-family payment.
  You can use zelle to send and receive payments for free.

I know I have other options, I'm just saying that some of my customers prefer paypal, for whatever reason.

Anyway, I found this in the User Agreement:
"You must not use the “send money to a friend or family member” feature in your PayPal account when you are paying for goods or services."

Not sure what to make of that.

Credit Cards / Re: Paypal Master Thread
« on: July 29, 2020, 09:30:21 AM »
You do a favor for a friend they can pay you with friends and family.

 The only reason to do for good and services would be if you want purchase protection.

 For the same price you can use Chase QuickPay or zelle, venmo, Google pay..
 List goes on for free services to send cash.
 So unless you're dealing with goods for sale don't bother paying the fee.

My question is if it is against Paypal's terms. People ask if they can pay me with PayPal. I don't wanna eat the fee, and I don't wanna tell them to cover the fee, but I don't know if I feel comfortable asking them to use the friends and family option if it's against Paypal's terms.

Credit Cards / Re: Paypal Master Thread
« on: July 28, 2020, 11:01:19 AM »
If someone is paying me for professional services (on a regular basis), is it against the terms to use the friends and family option in order to avoid the fee? Or do they just lose out on purchase protection?

COVID-19 Discussion Board / Re: NJ Stay at Home Order
« on: March 21, 2020, 09:51:45 PM »
How about stop yourself.  Only reason they are putting rules in place is because people cant control their own movements
I haven't left the house in a week, and I plan on driving door to door and then staying there for a month. But thanks for the advice.

COVID-19 Discussion Board / Re: NJ Stay at Home Order
« on: March 21, 2020, 09:12:20 PM »
It means stay put as much as you can as not to make this crisis worse.

If I try to drive cross country, you think they will stop me?

COVID-19 Discussion Board / NJ Stay at Home Order
« on: March 21, 2020, 08:48:03 PM »
So if I was planning on going away to relatives out of state for pesach, do you think there's any chance it will work?

My kids' school requires each family to give a certain amount toward the school's building fund. Is that considered a charitable donation for tax purposes?

Try booking then cancelling.

Does that work? Anyone have any experience?

1. You can transfer 100k/yr.

I read that thread, but I was looking for more details.

I have no way of earning more points, and I'm not interested in booking a stay before my points expire. Do I have any other options other than buying gift cards?

2 Questions:

1) Can you combine Bonvoy points from two accounts?

2) How do I prevent points from expiring?


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