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Posted by Mitch on Jan 29, 2012
FRONT SIDE STALEFISH
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Posted on Feb 13, 2012 04:15 AM AEST
networks are in the pcosers of phasing out card-based prepaid reloads, as they entail much overhead (imagine the cost of printing millions of prepaid cards), as opposed to over-the-air reloads, which cost much less for them >over-the-air reloads should be cheaper. and the more the commission should be awarded. imagine the cost you save for not printing etc.
Posted on Feb 15, 2012 02:46 PM AEST
I roeckn you are quite dead on with that.
Posted on Aug 22, 2013 02:58 AM AEST
5 points per $1: on the first $50K spent anlualny at office supply stores, and on cell phone, landline, internet, and cable tv services2 points per $1: on the first $50K spent anlualny at gas stations and on hotel accommodations when purchased directly with the hotel1 point per $1: on all other purchases, with no limitsand an extra point per $1 on airfare and hotels when booked online through Ultimate Rewards In the Welcome to Ink Bold pamphlet I received on the 3rd to last page. Earning Restrictions: Maximum point accumulation on Net Purchases earning an addictional 4 points on category purchases is 200K points anlualny, which equates to $50,000 in Net Purchases. Maximum point accumulation on Net Purchases earning an additional 1 point on category purchases is 50K point anlualny, which equates to $50,000 in Net Purchases. So the vanillas are only good for the first $50K? Unless they can be found at gas stations as well Please ignore my question above. If you needed to spend $200K through a credit card what would you believe to be a good away to go about it? Love to hear from everyone. Thank you and goodnight.
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