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2 wrong deposits to Gods Gal which should go to vacationwithsandy I was e-mailed these today How do I put them in proper account?

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it happens like that most times which shows that there is a little problem.just a mail to them and they will reply you soonest

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You are putting payments to vacationwithsandy@yahoo to Gods Gals instead. This program is not in use. Kindly transfer the 2 payments to Gods Gals to vacationwithsandy at once.


No we aren't!

We are Fixya, a self help website, people just like you helping others because we can.

we are not who you think you are talking to and we can't do any account related problems.

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Online deposit is sometimes called remote deposit but the two are slightly different.
Both actions allow the customer to deposit a check in his bank account without physically bringing it to the bank. However, the remote deposit requires the customer scanning a digital image of the check and sending it to the bank for the money to be deposited. While the online deposit allows an authorized customer to record a check through an online application and then mailing the physical check to the bank, which gives the customer access to the funds before the check clears in the usual way.

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How does paypal work? i dont know anything about it


It's just basically an on-line bank. You open an account with Paypal, then put some money in the account (via credit card or through setting up an automatic connection with your real bank which will deposit money for you). Now you have a Paypal account with money in it. When you want to pay for something, you go to your account, put in the Paypal account of the recipient (usually their e-mail address) and the amount. Your account is deducted by that amount. Similarly, if someone is sending you money, they will need your e-mail address. They will deposit money, and your account is credited accordingly. Paypal will send messages to both sender and recipient that the transaction went through. I hope that helps.

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James Street's son, Harold, is 10 years old today. Harold, a studious young fellow, already is making plans to go to college on his eighteenth birthday, and his father wants to start putting money away now...


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1. Log into your account.
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! If you use Paypal the money might be put under hold for a long time, in case the buyer has a complaint.
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I have not received my 2 deposits to verify my bank account after 3 days.Why?


it happens like that most times which shows that there is a little problem.just a mail to them and they will reply you soonest

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I have replaced countless checkvalves that were stuck open due to debris produced/ejected by the compressor. Most frequent problem was carbon deposits due to wrong type of oil in compessor. The carbon deposits form inside head and discharge hose. All carbon must be cleaned from head and hose when new checkvalve is installed. Use synthetic oil in compressor to prevent carbon deposit. Leaky valves and gaskets in the pump will also casue problems because this greatly increases the air temp discharged from the compressor. I use checkvalves pruchased from www.grainger.com. and not the sears valve. Good Luck

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