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Heaccaccawn : I'm pretty sure its a 10k gold opal stone ring.
but this is the code on the inside of the band +V/+10K

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jeneIncizeped : i want to make a paypal for personal use. but i'm not sure if i want to connect it with my bank account or with a debit or credit card. how does that work? does the money go directly to my bank account if i connect it? i also heard that there are paypal cards as well? would that be better to use? i'm confused on what to do. never used paypal before in my life.
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Jeromenoblejl : PayPal is a global e-commerce business allowing payments and money transfers to be made through the Internet. Online money transfers serve as electronic alternatives to paying with traditional paper methods, such as checks and money orders.
PayPal is an acquirer, performing payment processing for online vendors, auction sites, and other commercial users, for which it charges a fee. It may also charge a fee for receiving money, proportional to the amount received. The fees depend on the currency used, the payment option used, the country of the sender, the country of the recipient, the amount sent and the recipient's account type.[4] In addition, eBay purchases made by credit card through PayPal may incur extra fees if the buyer and seller use different currencies.
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arraspphype : There is a card caked Green Dot you can add money to your Paypal account with it. I had an account with PayPal for a few years and never had any problems. If you returned something and you used Paypal then $ will go there and if you want you can transfer it back to your bank account
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Gromisilsss : get rid of credit card collections. get rid of credit card collections
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goodevry11 : Pay them what you owe.

They'll go away, I guarantee it!
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Escossebroods : pay them off through full or settled payments
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Appaniadutt : Pay them. You can probably negotiate settlement of 25% to 50% in a lump sum, depending on how old the default. Forget payment plans. Better to save up for a lump settlement. Get it in writing and don't give the collector direct access to your bank account.

Many credit cards and the collection agencies that specialize in buying up defaulted credit card accounts will sue you to collect, even for relatively small balances. Some cards like CapOne, Citi, and Chase have in-house collections and will very aggressively pursue collections. You can pretty much expect a summons for a defaulted CapOne account.
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Knoprubsop : Sure. Pay them off!
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easecloda : You have committed credit card fraud. Without resolving this it will impact you in many ways. Talk to your parent(s).
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