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Deals/Deal Requests / Re: Gap 40% Sitewide Coupon: FALL4IT
« on: September 17, 2017, 01:17:13 AM »
Free shipping use   FREE4FALL.

In for 3. Let's hope this works.
:)I did 3 too.

Looks like no one received GC yet to know what is the expiration date.

Deals/Deal Requests / Re: $104.20 of Forever Stamps for just $84.20
« on: September 16, 2017, 10:39:00 PM »
you just need to make sure stamps you receive on  ebay are real.  People do get counterfeit
+1, happened to a friend.

Deals/Deal Requests / Re: $104.20 of Forever Stamps for just $84.20
« on: September 16, 2017, 10:00:26 PM »
Just bought 200 for $68.
Good price.

Deals/Deal Requests / Re: Master Thread
« on: September 16, 2017, 09:53:48 PM »
Looks like Geshmak is right and it's no longer available. When I check my history, it's showing n/a and can't re-order it
Same here.

Deals/Deal Requests / Re: Free Sprint Unlimited plan (for 1 year)
« on: September 16, 2017, 09:49:20 PM »
I stayed away from this Sprint deal,which can be a big money saver for some, have T Mobile and in my area works real good , a great deal overseas and with T Mobile offers, some of my friends after hard credit pull, were told phones not compatible, others got sim cards that did not work.

My order is shipped but no GC yet
Just checked my orders, shows shipped too, hope GC will be sent by tomorrow since it will be more than the 24-48 hours I was told by rep.

How could you cash out the visa ones without prepaying another vendor etc?
I buy MO , with the $20 Visa and 5X UR or using Amex Simply Cash at 5% it is worth it.

Deals/Deal Requests / Re: Gap 40% Sitewide Coupon: FALL4IT
« on: September 16, 2017, 09:22:40 PM »
Coupon FALL4IT
including sale items
Shipping adds $7, orders of $50+ (before coupon) free shipping.

Best Bet
Khaki's $18
Khaki's $18 sold out!!

Deals/Deal Requests / Re: Groupon $10 starbucks for $5
« on: September 16, 2017, 09:20:06 PM »

verizon phones can be used on any gsm network

They’re terrified a mass credit freeze will crush revenues.
So a day or two ago, Equifax changed its page for initiating a “security freeze” to make it a lot harder for consumers to get a security freeze (aka credit freeze).

Credit bureaus are required to offer a security freeze. But they’re not required to make it easy. Credit bureaus sell consumer data to other companies. When you try to open an account at a bank or credit card company, that company will check your credit worthiness via the data obtained from credit bureaus. If someone obtains your data that was stolen from Equifax, he can open an account in your name and borrow money in your name, and you get to fend off the creditors when they chase after their money, and your credit will be ruined too.

Identity theft is a nightmare to resolve. The best prevention is putting a security freeze at the three major credit bureaus: Equifax, TransUnion, and Experian.

A credit freeze makes this form of identity theft nearly impossible because banks and credit card companies that cannot verify the applicant’s credit history will not open a new account. And since your stolen data will be out there forever, you need to protect yourself for the rest of your life.

But to make it even harder to obtain a security freeze, Equifax put a huge distracting red button on the top center of the security-freeze page. It takes you to a page full of other stuff where a security freeze is mentioned only at the bottom, but without link.

This is what the devious button looks like that you do not want to click:

Instead, scroll past the devious red button. Now the security-freeze section appears that used to be at the top. And it provides the appropriate link. But most people will never see it because they were deceived by the devious red button.

Under withering pressure and allegations of profiteering from its victims’ plight, Equifax announced that credit freezes will be free until November 21, and that consumers who paid for it starting at 5pm EST on September 7 will receive a refund.

TransUnion has become even more devious in trying to prevent consumers from initiating a security freeze and denting its revenues. Its old credit-freeze page that I’d linked in my September 7 article — and that subsequently major media outlets and State Attorneys General linked in their communications – was changed a couple of days ago.

Now that page goes through all kinds of blah-blah-blah. You have to scroll all the way down to get to the very last paragraph to find the first mention of a “credit freeze” and the new link where you can initiate the credit freeze. But even on that “credit-freeze2” page, TransUnion is trying to talk you into a “security lock” instead.

Experian has not yet changed its security freeze page.

This deviousness is a sign these companies are terrified that a mass credit freeze will hit their revenues and shares. And this isn’t a short-term blip. This is for life.

Banks, credit card companies, and other Equifax customers squeal. Consumers (the product) squeal. Congress squeals. Investors squeal. Read… The Crushing of Equifax

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