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I want to order Directv but my credit is bad..

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#26 OFFLINE   bluesman40220



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Posted 12 November 2008 - 04:37 PM

If you are married, get your wife or kid(s) a debit card, and have them subscribe for you.

BTW, I just bought a HR22 at Best Buy, and all I had to do was sign an electronic agreement at the checkout to activate the receiver within a month.

Leave your kids out of this--enough said.
HDTV: Mitsubishi WD 52825 Format 1080i
DTV Equipment: HR20-700 & H20 (Config: Native ON), AT9 Dish
Receiver: Onkyo TX-SR705
HDTV & DVR Connection: via HDMI
Receiver Connection: HDMI 1.3a

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#27 OFFLINE   Mertzen


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Posted 14 November 2008 - 01:02 PM

Make sure to pay the bill on time or so long deposit.
No longer doing DBS work, but missing every moment of it.

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