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Nose Job/Rhinoplasty: The Best Way I am in desperate need of a nose job and have been needing one for years. I'm just now focusing on getting my credit score/report in line because I realize that's basically the only way to do it. My nose has caused me a lot of anxiety/depression problems in the past and I'm finally trying my best to do something about it. I'm currently paying off all my debt and then plan on building my credit score with a some credit cards (like two maybe) until my score is high enough to get approved for CareCredit (which is a medical credit card that covers cosmetic s
Hello, I got my first credit card in 2012. For the first year I was paying it off just off fine, I was working on building credit. In August 2013 I moved from Nevada to California and lost my job shortly after. So I ended up having to use that credit card until I got a new job a two months later. On top of the credit card I have a card payment(under my moms name) that I had to always pay. Also a student loan that lets me pay very little. With my new job I wasn't making nearly enough to pay for everything. So I had to stop paying my credit card. I've had a rough few years trying to pay
CFPB Orders GE Capital to Pay $225 Million in Consumer Relief for Deceptive and Discriminatory Credit Card Practices Jun 19 2014 WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is ordering GE Capital Retail Bank (GE Capital), now known as Synchrony Bank, to provide an estimated $225 million in relief to consumers harmed by illegal and discriminatory credit card practices. GE Capital must refund $56 million to approximately 638,000 consumers who were subjected to deceptive marketing practices. As part of the joint enforcement action by the CFPB and Department of Justice, G