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    WY credit card survey

    Did anyone else receive it? Personally I?d rather not have to pay any extra to use my card so I voted for the choice of hitting our cards IF we draw (I guess like AZ).

    If that passes I wonder if more people will apply and hurt odds? I also like earning points on my card, so that?s a nice perk.


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    I received it as well. Just took a couple of minutes.

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    Nothing for me either.

    I found out that when Utah went to post pay that the number of applications jumped a lot which only added to point creep.

    Arizona is a little bit different for non residents just because you have to purchase a $150 hunting license to apply in the draw. That $150 knocks out a lot of people. Utah also requires a $60 hunting license but if you do it right you can use that license for 2 years and you don't have to have a valid license to go hunting once you have your tag in hand. Arizona you need that hunting license. So if the season starts on December 1 and your license expires on 11/31 you need to buy a new one.
    If you don't care where you are, you are not lost....

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    I got the survey, haven't completed it yet though. I'll look it over today

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    The basis for the survey...
    Jean starts at about the 27: minute mark with discussion going to the 2: hour mark. Worth a listen.


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    if you have ever used your credit card online ,it HAS been hacked and your identity is stolen. just a matter of time before it is used.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kidoggy View Post
    if you have ever used your credit card online ,it HAS been hacked and your identity is stolen. just a matter of time before it is used.
    Not just limited to online. I had 5 fraud charges on CC's last year alone! It's getting to be a joke. Some of these were by supposedly legit companies who just overcharge because there is no attempted theft penalties for them to face. One was a Toyota dealer who claimed it was a misunderstanding. Ya right. I had to sue them. That's their story and they are sticking to it. No penalty for them to try getting away with it.

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    If we can apply for the grizzly tag and I luck up and draw, I promise you I will tell my wife that $6,000 charge was a fraud...


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    Voted to keep it the same- pay when I apply. I would hate to see applicant numbers go up any higher.

 

 
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