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Subject: Re: 27.64% IS A CRIME!!! Date: 11/3/2000 10:00 PM
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Dave, I 127.64% agreed with you as to not take on anymore debt. To clarify what I meant when I said that there aren't anymore resources available for a balance transfer is that... my debt-loan ratio scores are not allowing me to open new accounts for a balance transfer or just an account in general. In terms of CCCS, they require all accounts to be closed and I am not in the position as a new father and as a travelling businessman not to have one card available for hotels, rental cars, airfare, emergencies, etc. Of course, my employer reimburses my expenses.
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