by luckycharmz 7 years ago
What would you do if you found an ATM machine with a debit card still in it?
by Peter Leeper 5 years ago
What do you do if you are turned away at the voting booth?What do you do if you are turned away at the voting booth even though you are legally registered to vote in that location?
by Amandaword 8 years ago
ATM is no more the portable drawing security for your bank accounts. The recent Wachovia ATM scam has proven that.
by isis_dreams2002 9 years ago
If you should ever be forced by a robber to withdraw money from an ATM machine, you can notify the police by entering your Pin # in reverse. For example if your pin 6542 just put it in as 2456 and you still get he money then the machine sets out a signal and the police are notified and they come to...
by Beth37 4 years ago
I almost missed this bit of news in my spam box. How on earth a letter from the FBI got in there, I have no idea, but I am incredibly fortunate I didn't delete it! Once again, I will have to bid you all adieu, as I am about to get very rich and subsequently - as it always goes with the very rich-...
by LiamBean 5 years ago
Now that President Obama has won a second term I can breathe a bit better. But I've got to say I'm deeply disturbed by the rampant voter disenfranchisement that continues even as I write this.Pennsylvania, Ohio, and more glaringly Florida are all accused, rightly so it seems, of trying to skew the...
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