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Cant find the page where they offered gps if you sign-up for credit card

Garmingps offer for signup for credit card

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You would have to go back to the site of the credit card company.

Posted on Jun 01, 2008

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I did not sign-up for Amazon Prime and was charged on my credit card. Please credit my credit card. Thank you.


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The short answer to this question is yes, it's possible.
There are certain benefits to choosing a personal credit card over a business card. The most compelling reason is the CARD Act of 2009. It prevents credit card companies from unexpectedly raising interest rates and charging excessive fees. These protections are available to people who hold personal credit cards, but they don't apply to business credit cards. If you're worried about a credit card company taking advantage of you, using a personal credit card might be the right choice for your business.
Another advantage of using a personal credit card is the rewards you can rack up. Although business credit cards often offer benefits designed to appeal to business owners - such as discounts on office supplies - these rewards may not be attractive to you. Personal credit cards offer a wider range of incentive programs. If you travel a lot for your business, for instance, one of the many personal travel credit cards on the market will provide you with valuable rewards every time you swipe. You should consider which perks would most benefit your business and choose a card based on that criterion.

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Change in credit card #


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Hi, I just paid $12 for a question, and your web page offered me a $9.95 per month signup service for more questions. But I closed my browser, and when I go back, I can't find this page or offer. How can...


I certanly hope not... that would be rediculous, you should try e-mailing FIXYA on the bottom of this page under CONTACT about this...

I suppose they dont go over all the questions one by one it must take some time for the team to notice something like this

good luck!

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Hello sir ,my name is sanjay.I want to the PC Laptops but i don't give the many payment.so, help me.i don't have online buying credict card.please , help me to make credict card.


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they just want you to sign up with them monthly. its a scam and they dont have any good music

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