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 11 
 on: October 24, 2017, 09:14:11 pm 
Started by Mandy - Last post by Mandy
Whenevery I hear of things like people getting pick pocketed i never think that’s something that happens here. And especially doesn’t happen to me. But it happened here and it happened to me, and it’s so much more weird then just a random pick pocket hit.

I figure I had to have been at a restaurant because my purse is never not under my arm anywhere else. And I fully believe there was a waitress involved after a lot of thinking and stressing over it. My wallet was lifter from my purse and my credit card and debit card were both taken... but stranger than that they were replaced with cards of the same type from different people. Today I went to use my credit card and pulled out a card that wasn’t mine. Last week I went to the bank and was told the card was not mine. I thought the teller was an idiot because I just don’t use that account for anything and there’s never any money in it except when I go into the branch. Then it’s transferred right away so the card was useless to whom ever took it anyway. As for the credit card I gave it to a friend who contacted the owner of the card and was told that he lost his wallet and when it was returned to him it was full of other people’s cards so he turned it into the police but that was two weeks ago. So i’ve Been walking around for two weeks with other people’s credit/ debit cards and not even aware of it. And then my mind started going into overdrive. The waitress at the restaurant I like to go to for lunch made a big fuss a couple weeks ago about me paying for lunch insteaad of my boyfriend. And then yesterday when I went in to pick up an order she had verbal diarrhea and would not stop giving me a full life story of abusive parents and boyfriend and bosses and all her hardships. Which is unusual behaviour for her because she is never weird like that. And then I find out she’s quit and leaving in a couple weeks. So I wonder if she quit or if she was asked to quit.

 12 
 on: October 20, 2017, 04:22:39 am 
Started by Superchecker - Last post by Superchecker
interesting thanks

I see that being the transit police they look like they have very serious security background checks in place, makes sense, but I wonder how perfect an applicant has to be, do they check credit rating and everything so if you didn't pay a phone bill 5 years ago you would fail?

I'd be more focused on computer testing, and conflict resolution than unpaid bills.

 13 
 on: October 20, 2017, 04:21:17 am 
Started by Superchecker - Last post by Superchecker
ah, I see it now, they have it set up as pop ups, so any browser that blocks popups wouldn't even realize it, that is kind of a dumb design

I couldn't even figure out how to get my chrome browser with ad block to allow popups easily, so I went to Edge and it worked

still wonder about the salaries though

Union wages and benefits. I'd be guessing they start in the $23 an hour range. I think they work like 8 to 4 or similar.

 14 
 on: October 20, 2017, 04:19:55 am 
Started by Superchecker - Last post by Superchecker
how much time does it take to cross the border both ways though?  If you value your time it could negate the benefit, but of course one would also have to do some other shopping while down there too so it all could add up ok.

The border waits are what always discourages me from doing it.

Avoid weekends. Avoid when many are off from work/school.

We ventured down Thursday just after 8am, 3 booths open, minimal wait. Came back 12:45 Thursday afternoon, 3 booths open, minimal wait.

Some go thru the process to use the NEXUS lanes... We haven't bothered to do that.

 15 
 on: October 19, 2017, 10:18:05 pm 
Started by Superchecker - Last post by fuzzbrain
how much time does it take to cross the border both ways though?  If you value your time it could negate the benefit, but of course one would also have to do some other shopping while down there too so it all could add up ok.

The border waits are what always discourages me from doing it.

 16 
 on: October 19, 2017, 10:16:53 pm 
Started by Superchecker - Last post by fuzzbrain
interesting thanks

I see that being the transit police they look like they have very serious security background checks in place, makes sense, but I wonder how perfect an applicant has to be, do they check credit rating and everything so if you didn't pay a phone bill 5 years ago you would fail?

 17 
 on: October 19, 2017, 10:12:43 pm 
Started by Superchecker - Last post by fuzzbrain
ah, I see it now, they have it set up as pop ups, so any browser that blocks popups wouldn't even realize it, that is kind of a dumb design

I couldn't even figure out how to get my chrome browser with ad block to allow popups easily, so I went to Edge and it worked

still wonder about the salaries though

 18 
 on: October 19, 2017, 10:10:53 pm 
Started by Superchecker - Last post by fuzzbrain
any idea what the salary would be for that? 

the work safe bc website is kind of strange, I click on the job to see the details and it does nothing, it seems they just want you to jump straight to the apply for job page with no way to get information on the specific job requirements

 19 
 on: October 19, 2017, 01:11:45 pm 
Started by Superchecker - Last post by Superchecker
Fred Meyer in Bellingham was selling gas at $2.52.9 US a gallon, noon today, and that roughly converts out to 87¢ a litre Canadian!!

 20 
 on: October 18, 2017, 05:27:57 pm 
Started by Superchecker - Last post by Superchecker

Bump. Current need for more FT call centre/ Customer Service Reps!

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