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Tuesday, November 26th, 2013  |  5 comments  |  John

Sunday, October 27th, 2013  |  5 comments  |  George

Thursday, July 11th, 2013  |  7 comments  |  IU6QDtg8aa

In the state of MD can an employer make a waiter pay a portion of the credit card processing fee?

My employer has just informed us 2% of our credit card tips with be automatically deducted to cover credit card processing fees. Is this illegal? I feel like this should be the responsibility of the employer,

Thursday, January 3rd, 2013  |  5 comments  |  BookFace

Something about how the Vatican is laundering money for the mafia

Thursday, November 8th, 2012  |  5 comments  |  Neeke

I comprehend that usually the full sixteen digits is stamped on the card. But in light of enhanced and available opportunities for financial crime activity, 1 would assume that the full number might not be needed. I was also wondering if they need the expiration date and the code from the back. The only way you can get the code is if you have the card. There are creative ways to retrieve the card number and expiration date if it is mailed to you in a regular envelope.

Tuesday, July 10th, 2012  |  5 comments  |  ibI0J0hqaa

My county treasurer is clearly stating on its website, that they’re charging a credit card processing fee for paying my property taxes with a credit card.

Can I sue them? Is this legal?
let me rephrase, can a Class Action suite be brought against them?

Thursday, May 3rd, 2012  |  6 comments  |  Nikki

I am trying to purchase computer monitoring software to keep track of my family’s computer use. I have attempted to purchase software from several different companies a couple were PCPandora, Sniperspy and Win-spy. I have several different debit/credit cards that all came back as failed transactions on all of these spy software sites. I use these cards daily and have never had an issue with them only on these types of sites apparently. I also attempted to pay with my PayPal account that also didn’t work. Has anyone else had this problem?

Tuesday, May 1st, 2012  |  10 comments  |  admin

I really want to buy a membership to this 1 game online… My mom or dad will never do it or even let me pay for it… I was thinking if I took their credit card and buy it would they notice it? Its only $7.95. Would they notice $7.95 in a month? I indirectly asked my mom once and she said she really only looks at big costs on her bills not really any -$30.00 costs. Please help anyone I really dont want to do it if I will definetly get caught but they do not know the name of the game either… Ill give ten points to most helpful answer too :)
Also its not like I’m taking alot from him he’s prettymuch rich if he has a million dollar house…
I dont think they’ll know it was me if they catch it because its a game on the computer and I mainly play on my xbox and rarely touch my computer besides facebook…

Monday, April 30th, 2012  |  9 comments  |  admin

I heard that’s a way to build your credit up. Probably wrong but figured I’d ask.
If it helps with spouses then I’d fall into that category. My fiancé and I will be married soon.

Monday, April 30th, 2012  |  6 comments  |  admin

I was never behind in payments, haven’t had any problems in the past. I applied for PayPal Extras MasterCard and the credit limit is $9,200.00. However, the APR is 24%. I have the other Credit Card such as MasterCard by Capitol One and the interest is about 12%, but the credit limit is only $2,000.00.

By the way, do you also think 24% is good?