Thanks for all the replies!
Polystallion- Glad this thread helped you out. Let me know how you like your mattress, I may order one next.
zebrafish wrote:Username: hematochezia
Occupation: head and neck surgeon
Professor Emeritus wrote: Zeppcoustic wrote:So many options..wow.
Couldn't help but laugh reading some of the replies mentioning polar bears and cruises...golf is a necessity!
for a Honeymoon ??? sounds very kinky!!
Bob's not my name wrote:sjb wrote:My current holdings are 5 figures (soon to be 6 figures)?retiredjg wrote:You apparently have $500k to $700k
mephistophles wrote:Suggest that you go to Youtube and put in Carl Sagan and watch his Cosmos videos. Then read his "Varieties of Scientific Experience."
campy2010 wrote:Call PenFed and ask the reason for the denial. They may have pulled her credit report, saw her debt to income ratio, and sent a denial. If you talk to a person and explain the situation, and she might get a different answer. Credit union #2 will likely do the same thing and she will have wasted a hard pull on her credit report for no reason. At minimum, before she applies for a loan at credit union #2, she should ask them if her medical school debt will be a problem before she lets them run her credit.
mike143 wrote: I agree with calling for the reason if its not apparent on the letter they sent.
Brian2d wrote:I've watched CNBC far more in the past two days than I ever had before...and I've really enjoyed it.
But that's only because they've been showing hockey playoffs.