high-risk payment gateway

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Amigo: We talked for 01:15:00 over several dropped calls and a switch from messenger to whatsapp. My day: ONE: several hours before dawn talking to a tax pro in Mumbai TWO: getting cash from bankofamerica and schlepping it to SBI for remit to Amromed THREE: talking with you passed medianoche. Before I rest and before this Fosters can near my keyboard is empty I want to comment on two things: AAA: you keep saying windows, and it’s seems we’re stuck on a minor point, but finally I got the words . . . it’s like you’re suggesting I attempt to have sex with an old lover, though exaggerated my multi-decade relationship with windowns was good, but ending my relationship with Windows came with a sense of accomplishment. You want me to ¿Return? Okay with conditions I trust we’ll get passed: target.com bestbuy.com staples.com. BBB: high-risk payment gateway. “Payment gateway” for Indians is, “merchant processing” for Americans. I could not find these words when we talked: all payment gateways are high risk. The banking systems behind them are empowered to terminate them at anytime. The best way to get passed the, “high risk” status is to become established. Becoming established it a matter of having an active payment gateway over time. This is achieved by attempting to resolve payer problems outside of the arbitration process and refunding if promised service was not provided. Considering tech support that is not guaranteed to solve the problem all complaints must be promptly and aggressively challenged. From my experience people want their money returned to them if they can get their money without effort, and justifying their case in words and/or text is often something they are not willing to do, because it feels like effort. If you see the manner of my blogging . . . . you might conclude . . . writing is a pleasure not an effort for me. My pleasure in writing wins a high percentage of disputes, and is likely to transition a high-risk payment gateway to an established payment gateway, ciao Tomas »» about me 302-990-2346 nearlincoln@hotmail.com contact us

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something to ¿Celebrate?

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Amigo Adam: Only through the filter of the work we’ve done together including: ONE: telemarketing TWO: more specifically telemarketing debt solutions . . can these two ONE TWO text-with-cold-call person be understood as something to celebrate. The two screen grabs are a DNC request. The person wants zero more contact from me. Only through this filter can anyone understand why this is one of the events of my recent telemarketing I’m celebrating. First a series of problems and solutions: PROBLEM: people don’t want to talk about their debt even when they need to SOLUTION: get their phone numbers though some stress sign and call hundreds of them repeatedly and hope to score one client PROBLEM: this stress sign does not find people who asked for help SOLUTION: get opt-in leads and call hundreds of people with the hope of getting one client PROBLEM: it’s expensive; after buying the leads and spending the time effort and money to call them ninety-nine percent plus are declared trash SOLUTION: in an attempt to harvest clients from the aforementioned trash leads the telemarketer could be more patient and persistent PROBLEM: being patient with people who don’t want to talk means calling repeatedly and getting nothing . . . nothing . . . like not a ping to motivate the telemarketer to press on SOLUTION: use text and pics and the other casual friend-like quirky bull shit I use. This brings me to the subtle point of why I am celebrating this DNC moment. This person says he/she does not want to talk to me. . . . not now . . . not ever, which does not sound like something to celebrate. Well alone it is not something to celebrate, but combined with the other plus pings on this campaign it is something to celebrate, which is what I’m doing now, ciao Tomas »» about me 302-990-2346 nearlincoln@hotmail.com contact us

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“huge” amount of taxes

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Amigo: I called our Mumbai tax pro hours before today’s dawn, and he answered the number ending in 2711 we talked 00:12:04. As the company is structured now it headed for paying a “huge” amount of taxes. In addition to the highest tax bracket possible in India and the US there would be no deductible expenses allowed. Though it’s not too late correcting it is urgent with the final day of 2016 as the deadline . . . I’m on it . . . . more later, ciao Tomas »» about me 302-990-2346 nearlincoln@hotmail.com contact us

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union rep picks fight w Trump

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« New York Times reports today, “Trump picks fight with union rep”, which is false. The union rep picked a fight with Trump with the tweet claiming Trump lied his ass off. »» about me 302-990-2346 nearlincoln@hotmail.com contact us

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¿Americans talk abt face veils?

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Angela Merkel says, “show your face” and “German justice will not be replaced by Sharia Law”. While literal application of the US constitution would not allow such restrictions on religion legislative action in the US must navigate these challenges. Abortion, 2A, and free speech are all protected by the constitution with restrictions in place. The face veils create a special problem with Halloween, Disney Characters, and SWAT team law enforcement as examples of common face covering that would get caught in the crossfire of a veil ban. ¿Can Americans talk about veils? »» about me 302-990-2346 nearlincoln@hotmail.com contact us

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bombshell

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Dear Erika: “Bombshell” is how you described my friend requesting my first wife, exwife, Angie on facebook. “Bombshell” describes something sensation as my friend-request click stood in sharp contrast to my thoughtful insistence there would be no Angie-Tom bridge. The bridge was totally and permanently out. You’re correct which may describe why I did not 2016 request her. My facebook profile max opens all the privacy settings giving my friends nothing exclusive, so tapping, “request friendship” to me means little. The message to others that some link exist between Angie and me is a message I don’t want to send, so on that part years ago was an error, which may be why I didn’t repeat it this year. Some people on facebook have thousands of friends and others are in the double digits. The double-digit people must know all their friends, so to them, “friend” on facebook is a digital representation of what exist without facebook. My expectation of being Angie’s friend is zero, but a facebook friend to me seems harmless, and not in conflict with my insistence of having no Angie-Tom link. The best way to reconcile what appears not to reconcile is to realize: ONE: wanting no Angie-Tom bridge is thoughtful TWO: requesting facebook friendship was spontaneous. There is no effective summary of this bombshell other than the irreconcilable gap between this middle-age man’s thinking and this middle-age man’s actions. Sincerely, Tom Doody btw . . . a tiny but important point: I have reason to believe I’m blocked by Erin and Ryan rather than claiming I am blocked by them. »» about me 302-990-2346 nearlincoln@hotmail.com contact us

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Alley Bank “courtesy”

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Dear kind person at Ally: Jodi of your org took my call as I stood near an ATM with a white slip in my hand and without the United States legal tender I expected to have. Overnight a lowshiprates charge posted to my account. I expected the transaction, and I had the money in a second checking account I opened recently. I expected to have the transaction denied triggering a notice of failure to pay from lowshiprates, which would then be followed by me moving the money and paying the lowshiprates invoice manually. Instead of denying the lowshiprates charge your org extended me a courtesy, and covered the overdraft with credit leaving me with a negative balance in one account and a positive balance in my new account. The courtesy you’re extended me is courtesy I don’t want. In the passed your org denied overdrafts, but now you accept the overdraft. It seems you want to spare me from the shame of an overdraft, but in today’s digital banking world and mobile access overdrafts are no longer shameful for me and a growing number of people who think of banking in modern terms. I feel the courtesy you’ve granted me is outdated. Even the word, “courtesy” is outdated in modern times. Your business model of internet banking is modern yet it remains linked to the bad fashion of: “courtesy”. I want Ally to stop this “courtesy”, and I’ve been told by Jodi it must remain in place. I don’t know what to do. ¿Can you help? Sincerely, Tom Doody »» about me 302-990-2346 nearlincoln@hotmail.com contact us

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