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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Jim, Jan 30, 2001.
I have been humbled trying to access your site.
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I would if I knew how to create hyperlinks on THIS message board (it doesn't like HTML formatted text).
Just type that in your address/URL bar and hit enter.
This didn't work earlier:
<a href="http://www.millcbs.com">Millennium Credit Building Strategies</a>
< THIS ON LEFT
> THIS ON RIGHT
YOU HAVE TO HAVE COMPLETE ADDRESS WITH THE HTTP://WWW...
Thanks, George. With all the different types of message boards out, it's difficult to figure out the formatting when the site does NOT give you any information on it.
And it's not like I don't know what I'm doing - I'm an MCSD (Microsoft Certified Solution Developer) and an MCP+SB ...
I went to the site...VERRRRRY nice! I love it! I'll check my "denial" letters and let you know what I have...keep up the good work!
Wow, you are good. Your new site is fantastic, I'm impressed. Keep up the good work, I'll post all my inquiries, I just got updates on all 3 CRA's. Thanks, this site was very much needed.
I just wanted to let you know that I added my inquiry
from Chase to the data base. They pulled Experian but
I thought that it was necessary that I specify what product
that I applied for since it was the secured card. So I would
like to withdraw my entry under Chase (CA - Experian) since
I added it under Chase secured.
Is there going to be a way for people to correct their entry if
they have made a mistake?
Also, would it be wise to start specifying what product that
was applied for (i.e. Cap1 secured, Gold, Platinum, etc.)
And one last thing, I suggest that you put a drop down menu
under CRA called 'All 3'. I've heard that some Creditors will
pull all three if necessary. I didn't see that as an option. Oh,
and I also think that you should add an option to select if the
inquiry was soft or hard. When I applied for the Am/Ex Corp
card, they pulled a soft inquiry on Experian.
RE: John, How Long Did It Take
Very nice site. Great work! A little off the credit subject but, I am interested in getting my MCP+ SB. How long did it take you to get it and how difficult were the exams? I Appreciate your response.
RE: php phorum
Last time i checked this bbs looked alot like www.phorum.org 's phorum software. So im sure the codes from that stuff should be the same here
Good luck with your website!
Mark B. Aronson
Hobby: private consumer advocate/activist
in Pittsburgh, PA.
January 30, 2001
RE: php phorum
Which bbs looked alot like www.phorum.org ?? If you are referring to www.millcbs.com, you're way off base. One, it's not a BBS and two, it's all my own custom code. If you're referring to creditnet.com, you'll have to take it up with someone else (which leads me to wonder what the heck you posted it in this thread for) ... :-?
RE: eh wrong thread.
I misread I thought you were trying to post links in this message board without avail, hence i was referring to this board??
Thanks to John and GEORGE
The site is now on my "favorites" on the hard drive.