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General Discussion / Re: The Pros And Cons Of Where You Live
« on: November 07, 2012, 09:29:46 AM »
Visited a few times. looks nice and they have a good Deli.

Unfortunately the Deli closed but they have a very nice Pizza store with great tasting Pizza & the Bagel Store there has the best bagels around & I'm from NYC & I've been around to a lot of bagel stores. & recently they opened their first all kosher grocery store that's the store attached to the Pizza Store. So it does seem like an up & coming neighborhood. & as far as the people I met there, they are super nice kind people from what I can see.

General Discussion / Re: The Pros And Cons Of Where You Live
« on: November 07, 2012, 09:21:56 AM »
Did anyone mention Waterbury, CT ?? I have some friends up there & they tell me they love it.

Staples has a deal now that they will give you $10 OFF your cleaning and break room purchase of $50 or more including the Nestle & Poland Spring Waters & paper towels & a lot of other stuff. Just go on their website. They have free shipping for everything over $45 spent but you need to spend $50 to get the coupon to work.

This is not as good a deal as last time which was $20 OFF $50 spent which is 40%, but it's still not bad at $10 OFF $50 which is 20%.

The code is 36625.


Credit Cards And Finance / Re: Funding A New Bank Account via CC
« on: November 07, 2012, 02:23:41 AM »
You can't fund them with a cc.


Credit Cards And Finance / Re: Funding A New Bank Account via CC
« on: November 07, 2012, 02:17:48 AM »
I maxed out my $49K CO PP card a couple times in the past to fund a Citi Account.  Haven't done it recently though.

Was the $49k to bank accounts? & any reason why you haven't done it recently? Do you have a hunch or a suspicion based on recent events?

Not only do they shut you down but they blacklist you. I spent about 300k dollars last year  on my CC ( only 120k of that was funded via banks, the rest were purchases) so I get a lot of pre approvals from chase, nonetheless they wont approve me. Be wise and you'll make it long term, be stupid and you'll make it short term.

Does Chase still approve you for cc's? So now who else won't give you cc's?

Visa gift cards, not specificaly Citi (better if not Citi).

I have a TD Bank account & I know they give gift cards for upto $750 & you can get as many as you want as long as you are a account holder.

It was the first search result for "funding" in the CC category...

I know Adirondack lets you fund with $1,000 as a purchase.  And they have an incredible 5% HSA.

What's "HSA"?

General Discussion / Re: looking for gas in queens
« on: November 07, 2012, 02:00:17 AM » has a special section for hurricane sandy; it tells you which gas stations in whichever city you enter have gas. And people are constantly posting and updating.. If you have enough gas to make it to the Westchester area then I recommend heading out there.. only like a 20 minute ride from kgh and my friends and I had success out there.., You pay for the whitestone but you don't have to deal with the craziness in the city..

True. I checked & I'm having very little success in my are, I have been checking it often & thanks for your suggestions.

Politics / Re: Elections 2012
« on: November 06, 2012, 09:26:38 PM »

It's been time fo a while to get rid of the electoral college.

100% correct but it helped Bush beat Al Gore.

General Discussion / Re: looking for gas in queens
« on: November 06, 2012, 06:09:50 PM »
Anyone have any updates please?

General Discussion / Re: FEMA
« on: November 05, 2012, 03:28:35 PM »
Anyone apply for a business loan, even without sustaining actual damage?

Is that even legal to do?

Credit Cards And Finance / Re: Credit Card Closed Due to Inactivity
« on: November 05, 2012, 03:27:17 PM »
Maybe it's a case like this.

So your telling him to sue?

Politics / Re: Are you voting?
« on: November 05, 2012, 03:24:40 PM »
Anyone here do early voting yet?

I voted through absentee ballot.

google it

I did & most are closed & one's that aren't either don't have refrigeration trucks or rented them all out.

Anyone know a place around Brooklyn that I can rent a refrigeration truck today?
I need a refrigeration truck badly today. Anyone know of a place that would rent it?
& If you can provide phone numbers that would be appreciated. Thanks a lot.

Just Shmooze / Re: storm pics
« on: October 30, 2012, 07:29:54 PM »
A friend sent me this one.

Anyone know if when opening up a Bluebird, does the Serve account have to be closed, or just the card? I have a few k sitting in it, and enjoy the monthly spend I have on it.

This is an exact quotes from an answer that Dan answered someone who asked the same question in the comments on the home page "You need to first close your serve account. ".

Also I have question. I know the limit is $500 but after I load the Blue Bird account with the money from my Vanilla Reload card, Do I have to buy a new VR card to add more money onto the VR card can I use my old VR card since it's empty after I transferred the money to my BB account already?

Was just wondering same thing!! Where can i get a VR in brooklyn or nyc? Possible at all?

I was at a family dollar in Queens yesterday & I saw that they had them there.

Credit Cards And Finance / Re: Chase checking coupons
« on: October 24, 2012, 11:48:36 AM »
Has anyone been able to use a Savings coupon to open a savings account online? All the coupons I've used so far won't let you use them unless you go into the branch.

What do you have against going into a branch? What's the issue with going into a branch?
My point of view on these matters is, do what it takes to get it done if you want it badly enough.

...but some of us have 5 & 10% cards for G/G/D.  ;)

How do get a 10% card for that stuff? Which card?

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