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Evarroria : http://www.polyvore.com/prom/set?id=31274452

The shoes i bought are actually the same exact style they just have diamonds all over the shoe, my mom hates them and also i have the dress in blush pink, not blue

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Neglesnig : it's kinda hard to know without pictures of what they actually look like...
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Bythindseitty : Yep... silver goes with everything.
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PluBpseupebug : From what i see it looks like it would be cute but still kinda hard without pics of what the shoe exactly looks like
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poequeexpep : The dress is gorgeous, by the way. I think the shoes go with it, but I'm trying to imagine them with diamonds all over. Maybe your mom thinks they're too flashy? If the diamonds are small, it shouldn't matter, but if they're really big and noticeable, it might compete with the dress and be a little too much. Maybe the style without diamonds might be better.
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reteAmeli : kimono mirror iphone 4 4s phone,http://www.myecheap.com/kimono-mirror-iphone-4-4s-phone-diamond-shell-korea-1.html,so cute
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WLlenore : Ive applied for a Halifax credit card with 0% on purchases for 12 months.
It didnt tell me my limit and said it will be sending out my card, is this normal?
Also I read that you have to still make minimum payments on purchases every month or youll be charged interest, is this true?

Any help would be appreciated, thanks.

Robert
I was planning on buying a tv for christmas and paying it off over around 3 months.
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camarok : This may be true but you would be silly not to pay off the full amount each month. Otherwise you could end up having to pay a high rate of interest on whatever you accumulate when the free interest period is over.
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Annahora : Yes, you still have to make the minimum payment each month but you wont incur additional interest charges.
If you miss a minimum payment one month, then the deal is off and you pay full interest every month.
They will advise you of your limit when they send you the card.
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ZDlxre : These initial 0% offers work by you building up a big balance so that when the 0% period ends you start paying a lot of interest. Credit card companies make money out of charging interest so use all sorts of tactics to get you to build up your balance.
You still have to pay the minimum amount each month. This is in the terms and conditions and if you contravene the Ts & Cs the 0% offer is voided so you start paying interest immediately.

Credit cards can be useful if you know how to use them and can usually pay them off in full every month.
People get into trouble because they borrow money they can't afford to repay and that usually starts a slow downward spiral into more and more debt, eventually leading to borrowing money from people like Wonga because you don't have enough money to last until payday.
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