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============= FAQ =============== This has 3 [email protected] * An introduction to making money from credit cards * HOWTO make money using cashback cards * HOWTO make money using Stoozing cards Introduction to Making Money from Credit Cards
July 14th 04 12:35 PM
by Clariman Go to last post
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House sale to finance extension of daughter's property by Dave Gill
Mrs X is a pensioner living alone in her own home, on which there is no mortgage. She has accepted an offer to move in with her daughter and son in law, Mr & Mrs Y. Mr & Mrs Y's home will need to be extended to accommodate Mrs X. The extension is to be paid for from the proceeds of the sale of...
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May 29th 06 12:06 PM
by Dave Gill Go to last post
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People Begging for a House Price Crash by Maria[_12_]
What's wrong with them? They don't seem to realise what will happen if prices crash - those yearning for a crash (which presumably is either because they resent people having property of high value, or because they can't afford to buy themselves), seem to think that a crash will result in a...
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December 2nd 10 03:34 PM
by Gordon H[_3_] Go to last post
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Unemployed earning more than working households by Oppressed Subject
If you work today, your employers are, ironically, the unemployed. Your tax and productivity goes towards sustaining their slothful, lazy lifestyles. This is the welfare state our politicians have built for...
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January 14th 09 04:55 PM
by alang Go to last post
429 10,329
Credit card companies "assisting" fraudsters. Can I do anything more? by Dan Charette
I'm hoping someone can tell me that I am wrong and direct me to a solution to the problem. I never sign direct debits or regular payments to my credit cards. For the last two months a company called HPMP of Brussels has taken 39.99 euros from my MBNA account. I have never made any purchases from...
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January 23rd 10 12:39 PM
by Andy Pandy Go to last post
93 9,179
Mortgage Regulation Advice...need some help. by GW
Hello, Can anyone offer some advice on the new Mortgage Regulation which takes effect from 31st October? I run a mortgage web site, and im not quite sure how to interperit the rules which state that a client must fully express a desire to be called in relation to the a mortgage enquiry when...
October 20th 04 04:05 PM
by Tim Go to last post
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100K plus: recommendations? by Terry Pinnell[_2_]
I'm tidying up various smaller stock investments and would ideally like to place the total of over 100K into an instant access savings account with a high interest rate that protects the entire amount! As that ideal is unfortunately non-existent I'll have to compromise and would appreciate any...
August 19th 11 04:48 PM
by Terry Pinnell[_2_] Go to last post
6 8,574
RPI linked bond scam by the cynic
First there was National Grid, now Tesco. The headline states something like: "Pays 1% adjusted for RPI". Joe Public takes that to mean pays RPI+1, which he thinks is great. WRONG !!!! They pay 1% with a microscopic tweak depending on how RPI compares with ~6 months before the start of the bond -...
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December 11th 11 02:42 PM
by the cynic Go to last post
14 7,660
Nanny bans mortgages of more than 3 x income by Maria[_9_]
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/borrowing/mortgages/4995778/FSA-to-cap-mortgage-borrowing.html So is nanny going to cap the average house price also? An average salary (20k?) won't get you much, even with the crunch...
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March 26th 09 10:55 PM
by Jonathan Bryce[_2_] Go to last post
234 7,637
Wheres the best place to find the best buy to let deal.????how does a buy to let deal work , the place i'm interested in buying is 100000 , the place is split into 4 betsits and 1 flat , with a pa 11400 , so how will they work out the affordibility o by -=-Potty-Time-=-
Wheres the best place to find the best buy to let deal.????how does a buy to let deal work , the place i'm interested in buying is 100000 , the place is split into 4 betsits and 1 flat , with a pa 11400 , so how will they work out the affordibility of the deal??? Any info would be a great...
October 28th 03 05:09 PM
by chris.hough Go to last post
1 7,559
Credit card limit agreements by Ray Bicker
I was telephoned from a call centre with an 0844 number and asked if my credit card limits had been raised without my signing an agreement for the increase. On telling them that it had on one of my cards I was told that a form would be sent to me to claim compensation for miss-selling of the card....
February 22nd 11 02:40 PM
by Gordon H[_3_] Go to last post
6 7,129
Vince Cable lost the plot - VAT by JMS
I used to think that Vince Cable was probably the only sane minister in the ConDem coalition. However, my view has now changed: Sainsbury's have set up a Channel Islands company to sell DVDs, CDs, and games - the transactions do not attract VAT under an arcane EU tax relief directive. However...
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November 26th 10 09:49 AM
by Big Les Wade Go to last post
80 6,919
Motorists hit by card clone scam by Tom Bradbury
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/6578595.stm Thousands of motorists who use a bank card to buy petrol are thought to have lost millions of pounds in a scam allegedly linked to Tamil rebels. It is believed cards are being skimmed at petrol stations, whereby the card details and pin numbers are...
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April 28th 07 04:35 PM
by David Taylor Go to last post
317 6,754
Credit Cards/Chip and Pin/ATM withdrawls by Mark
Hi, It seems like finally I am being forced to have a PIN number on my credit card. I would much prefer keeping the old signature system as I do have trouble remembering the PIN number for my debit card. However the real problem is that this PIN can be used for withdrawing money from an ATM/cash...
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January 27th 06 06:56 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
750 6,589
Trusted GPT Sites& business idea by midomssh
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December 3rd 07 10:11 PM
by midomssh Go to last post
0 6,497
Nationwide email scam by Sunil Sood
Just as Natwest got "attacked" the other day I have just received this email pretending to be from the Nationwide this time. Regards Sunil ------- Dear Nationwide Bank Member, This email was sent by the Nationwide server to verify your e-mail
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October 28th 03 12:24 PM
by Daytona Go to last post
11 6,448
US Dollars purchase... by Jake[_6_]
Normally I'd withdraw them in the USA direct from a cash machine, but I'm not going there. However where I am going, the dollar is widely accepted and the pound is not, and while I will be using my debit card whenever possible to withdraw local currency, it is for emergency cash to be converted...
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September 1st 11 06:53 PM
by Rob Go to last post
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Investing by species8350
Hi, Thinking of investing in banks/building socities (UK resident) Want Internet and at least one other form of control. Any recommendations - banks, building, societies? Requirements: good interest rate, monthly option, customer service, reputation, instant access.
October 21st 08 07:31 PM
by Martin[_4_] Go to last post
2 5,918
Housing market collapse. by Lord Turkey Cough[_2_]
What can be done about it? Could a law be pass jailing people who drop their asking price?
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April 17th 08 05:30 PM
by Tim Go to last post
177 5,781
bank account for unemployed by pany
Hello, I would appreciate some advice on opening a bank account. A friend of mine is unemployed (looks after her kids) and she is unable to open a Bank Account. Are there any banks that offer accounts to unemployed people ojn benefits? I remember Halifax used to have a basic account a few years...
June 20th 04 07:20 PM
by pany Go to last post
6 5,633
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