h.kitchener

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  Columbia, South Carolina
h.kitchener

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You might wish to re-examine the sites you visit on the web if your machine is "compromised" that often. Or, you could take some time from the *** sites you are visiting and learn how to use the AVG anti-virus software you have on your machine to protect you from harm. By the way, none of the anti-virus firms have adequate customer service. They are in the business of getting you to buy their "upgraded" software, not to provide you with service afterwards.

h.kitchener

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Not much sense in paying "hundreds" of dollars for a teen's glasses. Try Walmart Vision and get the cheapest frame they make. The basic lenses all cost the same for whichever frame you choose. Don't fall for any of the other lens enhancements like scratch resistance, etc. All vision centers make most of their money off the frames. The mark-up is astounding. And, if you want a "designer" frame you are really irresponsible with your money. As bad as Walmart is as a retail store, their vision store is usually professional and the prices are excellent as long as you don't fall for extras they want to sell you.

h.kitchener

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As I recall, the feds changed the rules re: overdraft protection a year or two ago. If you have had this since you opened the account, when the rules changed you should have been advised by the bank that you had to choose whether or not you wanted it. I was given the option on my bank's website when I logged in to check my account. I, of course declined. You probably didn't choose this option so you were automatically not enrolled in it due to the new rules. Easy to overlook these things given the junk the bank puts on monthly statements, etc.

 
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