Welcome to the February 18, 2008 edition of credit report stories.

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Rob Moshe presents Live Your Best Life By Serving Others posted at Rob Schaumer, saying, “This is not necessarily a fitting post for your carnival. Once the project starts, each day I will recognize a fellow blogger that “Helped””

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DotLobby presents What is a Recession? 4 Signs and Symptoms posted at DotMakeMoney, saying, “Of course, you probably could have looked that up yourself, so let’s look at the subject in a more “How does this affect me?” way…”

KCLau presents Withdraw EPF Money for Home Loan Installment: How it affects your Retirement Fund posted at KCLau’s Money Tips, saying, “An article on using EPF money for financing a home loan”


Personal Finance Claims presents Stop Being Fleeced By Your Bank, File Your Claim Today posted at Personal Finance Claims.

Henry Bagdasarian presents Expired Credit Card posted at Free Identity Theft Prevention, Detection and Fraud Solutions.

RacerX presents Be Treated like a Credit Card Superstar posted at Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Money, saying, “IF you hit that magic 720 score, make the Credit Card companies treat you like the rock star you are!”

Raymond presents My Favorite Reward Credit Cards and Promotions | Money Blue Book posted at Money Blue Book.

Raymond presents 0% Balance Transfer Credit Card Offers (New and Updated) posted at Money Blue Book.

Raymond presents The Best Reward Credit Cards For College And Graduate Students To Learn Credit Responsibility posted at Money Blue Book.

Personal Finance Claims presents How Credit Card Companies Are Making Millions Just By Overcharging posted at Personal Finance Claims.

Raymond presents Qualifying For An Economic Stimulus Tax Rebate Check posted at Money Blue Book.

Raymond presents Redeeming Citi ThankYou Points For Great Gift Card Rewards posted at Money Blue Book.

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Charles H. Green presents Banks Behaving Badly posted at Trust Matters, saying, “We’re going to bill you for a credit report you never asked for unless you write us within the next thirty days! Yes, Bank of America wants to wreck its reputation with the exact same strategy as old record clubs and online porn.”

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