In 2008 Dmitry Agarkov received a letter in his mailbox, in it was a credit card application form with an agreement contract enclosed, much like the applications. Agarkov filled in the form and returned the signed application, though what he sent back was not exactly the same document the bank had sent him.
Agarkov changed some parts for his own benefit -- most notably, the small print. He opted in for a 0% APR and no fees, and added that the customer "is not obliged to pay any fees and charges imposed by bank tariffs." He also changed the URL of the site where... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Anyone in the service industry here? Managers or anyone in fine dining? I'd really love to serve in a fine dining setting but I don't have prior experience serving in anything close.
A VERY popular spot in my city is holding open interviews this week and I plan on paying them a visit.
I've been serving for over a year at a higher-end chain ($16-$25 per entree) but didn't learn a few key things that would probably be really beneficial. To be specific, I don't know too much about wine like how to differentiate between them or their characteristics.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1081005 >don't know too much about wine like how to differentiate between them or their characteristics. This is pretty easy, anon. You poor a little wine into a glass. Swirl it around a bit. Drink it. Then you pick up the bottle and read the back of the label.
Op it's doubtful you'd have anything to do with wine if this is truly upscale. They hire people specifically for that job. So I wouldn't worry about the wine. Just go in and do the application process. You have experience in service and that's anyone looks for in servers.
Talk with a French accent during your interview, it will make you look knowledgeable.
And this is the document I sent to Oanda's document upload to verify my ID when trying to learn how the fuck one opens an account and being sent in circles for 10 minutes around their useless help section.
This is supposed to be my ID. The fuckers were asking about everything from my net worth and occupation to my SSN without even giving me a fucking clue first what I was in for.
So my response to every question just to get through their gauntlet of questions was pic title.
I still didnt learn much about wtf to expect before handing money over.
Fuckers. They used to have a decent help page. Now its gone basically hidden and you have to guess at everything. The help section is a bunch of pages with one or two useless sentences on each one, so you end up clicking in circles like some lab chimp trying to get a treat. Motherfuckers.
As an aside, how was the Madoff show this week? Did that billions series or whatever start yet? Im out of touch on the pop culture circuit. I rely on others to thin out my options a bit with recommendations.
>out of college >2 months writting applications >first company who invited me is like 500 miles away from my home >its an sales job >pack my stuff and move there
for some reason I thought in sales with all the customer contact I would cure my retardation in social interaction. its been almost 6 months and my superior are getting supsicious. I cant even get myself to call customers because i cant remember shit... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
What is insider training - like where is the line drawn?
A company I've invested in is planning on extending into another geographical market - they announced this in their mid annual report in September.
If I email their support and ask "how are you progressing re: expanding into x area" and I get a response from an employee fully explaining the current progress being made and ETAs etc. - then buy shares using that information that is not public knowledge - will that get me in trouble?
>MFW private equity, specifically, venture capital markets just crashed >MFW it's now had a domino effect on public markets as VC's cash out watching 25% - 30% of their private companies hit 0 - as no one wants to buy them.
My face when I lost my job and my parents said I could stay with them again until I found a new one, back to the NEET lifestyle but with an education and job experience. Lets get comfy.
I think the organization's outlooks are relatively weak, too. It was interesting seeing Tableau getting raped so hard with a forecast of 1,000 new employees in 2016. Tableau actually sells something that's beneficial compared to these other organizations that have a point solution.
It's about to get real rough in the tech world. Real fucking rough.
I'm a 19yo that just started school with an MBA in mind. I've finally gathered the balls to start my own business, no matter how lowly it is. My idea is simple, I go around door to door and vacuum people's cars. I considered detailing and maybe oil changes, but after speaking with a renowned mechanic, I've learned it is not worth the investment and responsibility to perform oil changes and detail cars. (Auto anons can relate)
I live in a fairly suburban but yet rural community filled with 40-60 olds, mostly white. Low to... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
My car looks like shit inside! I would pay up to $20 for just a nice vacuum and dusting with a squirt of a fresh scent. I'd do it in a heartbeat. I have no time for doing it myself and would pay a fee similar to a haircut. Good luck anon! I hope you do it successfully and franchise it to NEETs.
41, married with kids, 150 acres int he Berkshires. Have about a million in savings and stock market. I get nervous keeping money in the stock market. Have recently put a small home we own on Airbnb to goo results. Wondering about buying a home to have my money be in something "real" in case the market drops.
That being said, seems like if the market drops I won't want this house that I need to sell.
Was thinking about putting the same 200k into building 4 homes on our property. Super basic (2 small bedrooms, small cook area,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Not crazy because I have researched similar set ups as this. Seems to be catching on in Scandinavian countries. But good luck trying to get people interested in the US. Sounds too much like a hippie commune for true red blooded Americans to take seriously. Maybe a that's what you are going for though?
Just opened an account with NFCU but I'm totally ignorant about matters regarding finance except for the most rudimentary things...what's the big deal with credit unions? Do they just cut you good deals on loans and interest accrual on accounts? Also, does being a member help me build my credit up faster?
>>1080715 they basically aren't beholden to shareholder interests. it's supposed to be a "union" ie those who have accounts are members, but i wouldn't say they're not out to get money. they usually just have better rates, low/no fees, etc
navy fed's pretty good as a whole. had them for decades
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