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2023.06.02 14:14 Loose-Patient-5370 how to hack school, work, website

Hacking Websites; Hire a Website Hacker to Hack Website and Data
What is the best way to hack a website? For some time now we have been hearing about web server vulnerabilities, including SQL injection, cross site scripting XSS and denial of service attacks. To protect our websites from such attacks, we must try to prevent attackers from accessing them in the first place. One of the most common ways hackers try to gain access to our websites is by trying to guess usernames and passwords. It may sound funny but if a hacker knows the usernames and passwords of many websites then he can use this to gain access to any database on the Internet.
IMPORTANT NOTICE**: If you ever need the service of a hacker to hack any website or for any other hacking service, send an email to [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
This means that if we cannot protect our databases by changing our usernames and passwords every so often then the chance of someone gaining access to them increases dramatically. Even a small number of user names and passwords can increase a hacker's confidence enough to give him access to a database. In order to prevent this kind of attack on our websites, we must try to prevent the hackers getting into the database. The database is obviously the one that contains our customer records, login details and other important usernames and passwords.
The database security is very important because if a hacker is able to get into the database he can use it to do any damage to our company. The security of the database should be strong, but unfortunately it is not always possible to create such database security, which is why it is very important for us to change our usernames and passwords every now and then. However, even if we cannot change our usernames and passwords very often the security of our database is still very important and we should consider using database security software like the commercial products available in the market.
How to Hack a Login Page
One of the most common hacking techniques is the denial of service attack. This is where the attacker obtains a legitimate-looking website that may look legitimate but is actually a phishing attack aimed at stealing sensitive information like usernames and passwords. Once the hacker gained access to our website, he or she can use this information to escalate their own membership in the system, create spam links, delete a user's files and folders, and perform other harmful activities such as redirecting email addresses.
A common site that we encounter that is targeted by these denial of service attacks is PayPal. This is because PayPal is one of the most used websites online. Apart from PayPal, another common website hacking techniques is the clickjacking attack. This involves the hacker finding out how to trigger the vulnerable link in Adobe Flash so that the pages he or she is trying to access turns into an error page instead of allowing the user to proceed to the login page.
The hacker can also try to phish usernames and passwords of various financial institutions including those run by the United States government. Some of the financial information that the hackers can obtain include Social Security numbers, credit card numbers, bank account numbers, and passwords. Once this information falls into the wrong hands, it can be very difficult and complicated to retrieve them especially if the user was using a secure server.
How to Hack Website Admin Password.
Hackers, who do not understand the consequences of their actions, are prone to using 'hacking' methods when trying to crack the security of a website. Hacking is the process of gaining access to another person's computer without their consent. The way in which you could hack into a website is through one of the many security holes that exist within the programming language used by websites to create and maintain their functionality. Most of the time when people try to gain access to a website they do so by clicking on links that appear within the text or in the background of a video.
However, some people try to gain access to a website by bypassing all of the security measures which are placed upon it and this is known as 'Hacking the Web'. When one tries to hack into a website, it is often the case that they attempt to use the website admin password to gain access to the inner workings of the server. In order to hack into a website, one would have to crack the security password which is usually set by the webmaster and is usually difficult to guess. If a user is successful in cracking this password, it then opens up the door for further attacks to the system.
Attacks could range from stealing personal information, such as usernames and passwords, as well as damaging or corrupting files and programs. In the case of a personal computer, if a website admin password is stolen, it could mean that the owner of that computer will not be able to login to their own computer until they either reset the password or obtain a new one.
How to Hack Website Username and Password.
If you are one of the many people who have lost their passwords for their accounts on different websites, then you are probably wondering how to hack a website username and password. With the rapid increase in computer crimes such as identity theft and credit card fraud, there are a lot of unscrupulous people who would like to have access to your information.
This includes your bank account numbers, social security numbers, passwords, and credit cards. Hackers are getting smarter each day, and it has become easier for them to figure out ways to steal these valuable pieces of information. However, it is still not impossible to protect yourself from having your account details stolen.
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2023.06.02 14:14 Mentatian What should I be selling this for?

I built it during the end of 2020, so at the literal most expensive time to do it it would seem. Just trying to figure out what is the max price I’ll get bites on.
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2023.06.02 14:13 the-third-person I discovered one of my paintings in an art gallery

I’m an artist. Not one you’ve heard of, though that may be changing soon. Being an artist is about creation, not about commercial success. I wouldn’t mind getting the occasional acceptance mixed in with the constant stream of rejection, of course, but it’s a process.
A long process. They say that most artists don’t become famous until after they’re dead. I’d always hoped that I’d make it slightly before that.
I graduated last year with an MFA from a relatively prestigious institution, along with a dozen other folks who convinced themselves that an insurmountable pile of debt was the best way to jump right into the starving artist lifestyle. We were, as mentioned, a small class, so we all went to each other’s showings and were generally supportive, but I was only really friends with two of the others, Jerrod and Albina.
The three of us ended up rooming together for the last year of the program, and we kept that going post-graduation. Having other folks in the house who look through the mail with the same mix of hope and trepidation is surprisingly helpful. Alone, it’s easy to simply look at everyone else’s filtered life and assume that you’re the only one failing. When you come down in the morning to find your roommate crying in her cornflakes because her last eleven submissions haven’t even gotten the courtesy of a rejection letter, it’s a little easier to see that this is just how life goes sometimes.
One of our favorite Friday night activities was going to local galleries to see who they had on display. There were a few reasons for this. One, it gave us a good idea of what they liked to show, helping us hone our own submissions. Two, it was very cathartic to be catty about what had been picked. Three, a lot of the galleries had free hors d’oeuvres and wine.
I guess four, we liked art, but honestly it was hard to remember that sometimes. Sometimes looking at other people’s finished canvases just made me angry. What made them able to decide that they were done? What made other people agree that they were worth hanging on the wall? What justified the astronomical price tags next to them?
I’m not saying that this was anything but jealousy. I’m just saying that art and I are in a complicated relationship.
About a month ago, we went to a newly-opened gallery, Souhait. It was the usual setup: tall glass windows in front showcasing the art placed strategically on bright white walls within. It had the standard mix of oddly angled separators allowing the patrons to wander slowly through the room and discover the paintings one at a time. Basically it looked like every other gallery, but as it was a new opening it had better wine than most.
I was taking a casual tour of the perimeter when Jerrod appeared at my elbow.
“Hey, congratulations!” he said. “You weren’t going to tell us? I can’t believe you managed to keep this a secret.”
“Sorry, what?”
“Oh, yeah, ‘what’ indeed.” He steered me around several corners to where Albina was admiring a painting. “‘There’s a new gallery opening, we should all go, no reason.’ Congrats!”
I stared at the painting in disbelief. It was one of mine.
I was certain that I hadn’t submitted to this gallery. I hadn’t even heard of it until Albina had mentioned that it was opening. I would have remembered receiving a letter of acceptance, and I definitely would have remembered delivering a painting. None of these things had happened.
And yet there my art was on the wall. It had my signature, and my name displayed next to it on a card. I knew the piece. I’d done it two or three years ago. It was good, very representative of my style at the time, but I’d moved on and had stopped trying to get it displayed a while ago. The last I had seen it, it was six or seven canvases deep in a stack of pieces that I had nowhere else to put.
It was fairly obvious that that was not the case now. The proof was on the wall in front of me.
Albina and Jerrod were both praising me, so I just smiled and made vaguely humble comments. I must have submitted it. It wasn’t like someone had broken into our apartment and stolen a single piece of my art. It was both confusing and concerning that I couldn’t recall offering it to this gallery, but it was the only explanation that made sense.
I was still trying to puzzle this out when another familiar piece caught my eye. I nudged Jerrod. “Oh, so I’m the one keeping secrets?”
He raised an eyebrow at me, and I pointed across the floor. His eyes widened as he saw the same thing I had: one of his paintings neatly framed and prominently displayed.
“I didn’t even know you’d finished that one,” I said. “I swear I saw you working on it like two days ago.”
“Yeah,” he said, sounding a bit lost. “I was.”
“How’d you get the gallery to take it before it was even done?”
“Oh my God, look!” said Albina.
In the back corner of the gallery, occupying an entire corner, was a small collection of Albina’s work. It was expertly curated. I’d watched her develop her style for years, and the eight paintings chosen here perfectly encapsulated the entire range. Clusters of people kept gathering in front of them, and I saw more than one slip off to speak to the gallery owner about purchasing a piece.
“Albi, these are amazing,” I told her after we finally managed to get close enough to see them all properly. “This—some of these are absolute perfection. I don’t think I’ve even seen all of them.”
“Seriously, when did you do all of this?” asked Jerrod. “Some of these are definitely new. Unless you have a secret studio you’ve been hiding from us?”
He narrowed his eyes at her in mock suspicion. She laughed, shoving him lightly, but behind her smile I saw the same confusion that I’d heard in Jerrod’s voice, the same that I’d felt myself. None of us knew that our work was going to be on display here. Something was very odd.
We didn’t talk about it then. Oddity or not, our art and our names were on display, and there were free drinks to toast with. We refilled our glasses, congratulated each other effusively, wandered the gallery for a bit and then did it all again. By the time we were walking home, all concerns had vanished from all of our minds. We were successful! We could figure out how and why later.
The next morning, Albina was dead.
I woke up late with a hangover. Jerrod woke up later, looking even rougher than I did. There was nothing resembling breakfast anywhere in the apartment, so we sat and sipped our coffee silently. Albina’s door was open, and I think we both hoped that she’d gone out to get bagels or something and that we would shortly be provided for.
She wasn’t answering texts, and Jerrod and I were just starting to get concerned when there was a knock at the door. We opened it to find a policeman asking if we knew Albina Shevchenko, and if we had contact information for her family, and if we could come identify the body.
It had been a hit and run. She’d been dead by the time witnesses had gotten to her. No one had seen the car’s license plate. The police didn’t even pretend that there was a chance of justice.
They gave us her effects, including what remained of a bag of bagels. Somehow that was the worst part for me. She’d gone out to get something to celebrate with us. It made us complicit.
At the funeral, the priest spoke about her giving spirit and her wonderful personality, but most of all he spoke about her massive artistic talent. He went on at length about what she could have created if she had not had her span cut short. The entire gathering nodded along with him.
Jerrod and I exchanged looks. It wasn’t that he was wrong. She was amazing, and eventually the world would have known about her. It’s just that that hadn’t happened yet. The three of us were, as far as we could tell, the only ones really aware of how much potential we had. If everyone knew this about her, why had she been scraping by in a dingy apartment with us, trying to get enough money together to buy more art supplies?
“We should go back to Souhait,” Jerrod said after the funeral. “The gallery owner probably doesn’t know. We’ll need to get her pieces back before he trashes them when she doesn’t respond.”
Our trip was unnecessary. The gallery owner had Albina’s obituary blown up to large size and prominently displayed next to a tremendous collection of her work. It covered entire walls of the gallery, each piece with an explanatory card discussing when and why she had painted it. Where the prices had been on the cards, every single one was marked “SOLD.”
I was looking around for the owner to ask where he was sending the money when Jerrod grabbed my arm.
“Look,” he said, half-whispering.
Arranged in a neat circle on one wall were a dozen of his paintings.
“I don’t know that I want to be on display here,” he said. He sounded frightened.
“Then take them back. They’re your pieces.”
“Are they?” He pointed. “I never finished that one. That’s how I wanted it to look, but I couldn’t get it right. I swear I never completed it. And there! I never painted that. I thought of it, I knew it in my head, but I have never put brush to canvas for it. Not even to start it.
“How could they have any of this? How could anyone?” His voice was rapidly rising toward hysteria.
“Hey, let’s get you out of here,” I said, putting an arm around his shoulders. “We’ll come back tomorrow and get them taken down if you want. We’re all running on fumes right now.”
Privately, I thought again about the piece that Souhait had of mine. I’d never gotten around to looking for it at the apartment. Things had been a blur since Albi’s death. I wondered how this gallery had so much of our stuff. I wondered what else had been taken.
Back at home, Jerrod rummaged through his artwork, hunting for something.
“See?” he said finally, holding up a canvas. “I told you. It isn’t done.”
He was holding up something that could have been an early attempt at one of the pieces we’d seen in the gallery. It was the same general idea, but the colors weren’t right and the composition didn’t gel. Also, as he’d said, it was clearly incomplete. Parts of the canvas still showed through in some areas. It wasn’t what was hanging on the walls.
“I told you,” he repeated. “How can they have art I never finished?”
I tried to get him to calm down. I sat him down on the couch and poured him a drink. We’d go back in the morning, I said. We’d find the owner. We’d sort all of this out. It was a problem for tomorrow, not for this evening. Not right after a funeral.
I thought I’d gotten him to agree with me. I poured us both another drink. Somewhere in the middle of that one, I fell asleep on the couch.
When I woke up, Jerrod was gone.
Just one of those things, the police said. Wrong place at the wrong time. He’d been mugged. His credit cards and phone were gone. He’d bled out in the street. He was almost halfway to Souhait.
I went there to get his art taken down, like he’d wanted. They’d already expanded the collection. His photo smiled down at me from the main wall, next to an obituary lauding his talent, his bold innovation, his novelty. The rest of the gallery was plastered with his work. I recognized some of the paintings he’d been rifling through at the apartment the previous day. Most had already been sold.
And on the back wall, in a small but well-lit section by themselves, hung six of my paintings. The one that I’d seen the first night was there, along with two others I was particularly proud of. If I’d been asked to pick three pieces to best represent who I was and who I had been as an artist, those might have been them.
The other three bore my signature, but I did not paint them. Not yet. Like Jerrod, I knew the subject matter in them. I had thought of them, conceived them, and even made some attempts to put them to canvas, but they had never come out like I’d imagined. I’d set them aside to try again later, when I had better supplies, when I was better.
Yet here they hung, complete and perfect, exactly as I had pictured them. It was a triumph of my craft.
It was beautiful to see what I could become, given enough time.
It’s just too bad that I don’t have it.
Most artists don’t become famous until after they’re dead.
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2023.06.02 14:13 lady_raptor83 Bills that come off credit card

I'm new to this so if might be a dumb question- but I have bills that automatically roll off my credit card. I immediately pay then off- so that's not an issue- but how do I show this on my ynab? I've googled this question but can't seem to find the answer. TIA
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2023.06.02 14:09 Glittering_Ladder_34 Pay off my CC debt ?or keep $$ in savings ?

I’m a 30 year old female who’s just establishing some decent credit ( I know I’m late to the party) but I owe about 2k in CC bills across 2-3 cards and I have about 7k in the bank, would it help me more to pay my bc bills down so I can get higher limits ? Or to keep my rainy day cash? I’d hate to See my bank account go lower, but if it will get me more ability to spend all my credit cards, or higher limits in the future I would be willing to do that. I’m just getting to a point where I am beginning to understand credit … but I still need loads of help.
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2023.06.02 14:05 Intel81994 Take Fraudulent Therapist to Court or Can CFPB Help me?

I got scammed for ~7k from a fake therapist for "PTSD coaching." and I've been harmed further by it. I'd been seeing a real licensed therapist for PTSD symptoms from a traumatic episode prior.
**So I opened CC dispute, disputes denied by Visa (WF) and Amex (charges were split). I sent him a demand letter with intent to sue in court but would be easier if I can get disputes/help from CFPB.
Is this the right thing for CFPB?**
Issue: Misrepresentation of credentials, Services in contract not delivered, breach of confidentiality, neglect - emotional distress caused by his actions and more, he even posted about me on his socials and divulged my mental health struggles to my creditors (!).
He is unlicensed and this was coaching per the contract (but he charged my card before any contract was seen), however he writes he has a PhD on all of his marketing material.
The PhD sounds like some neuroscience topic the way it's named and he claims to help people with PTSD and many other modalities, so I assumed he was a licensed mental health practitioner. Turns out the PhD is from a 5013c spiritual unaccredited "university."
I found out halfway during his "program" that his credentials were fake and I was scammed and it was actually some high ticket MLM thing and cookie cutter bs. He bragged to me about targeting other struggling people to charge them 7k for the same.
He refunded me $3300 of the $6800 when I asked to stop halfway, but I wanted at least another $1500 back because no way his sessions should be over $560 an hour for this scam.
I've already filed complaint with State AG and reported him to his state licensure board for practicing regulated mental healthcare without a license.
I suffered a serious mental health episode during his "coaching", and I sought professional emergency help and medication. I really just want a full refund now of the $3500 remaining and to move on, don't care to sue for extra for damages etc.
IMO his behavior could cause harm to vulnerable individuals - imagine if someone were going through something even more severe and he did this sort of predatory stuff...
Sent a BBB complaint, FTC, also demand letter asking for a full refund. If I have to file in court I will try for higher.
His contract has arbitration clause but AAA Consumer arb rules states I can still go to small claims first. Also has a prevailing party clause. I know if I file with AAA arb they make the business pay almost 2k to pursue it. If I lose I am out that fee. With small claims, costs only $200 or so but capped at 5k or so.
Not sure which jurisdiction to file in? I am in FL, he is in NJ.
Obviously he is doing coaching so he can do it unregulated unlike therapy (since his PhD is fake/unaccredited and he legally cannot call himself a therapist or psychologist but is basically doing that and charging far more than any would).
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2023.06.02 14:05 Glad-Resolution-5789 My Story - Got hit a few nights ago

Throwaway account, but wanted to share my story because I need to get it off my chest, it's been a turbulent 72 hours.
A few nights ago, I stupidly decided to go on omegle cos I was bored. I was pushing through people when this cute girl popped up and started chatting. I was feeling dumb and horny so I didn't see the warning signs like her mic not working so she wanted to chat through text. Things got spicy, and we were heating up when her webcam glitched (I know, red flag number 1), so we quickly moved to insta where as soon as I added her I knew something was up.
The messages quickly moved into "I HAVE VIDEO OF YOU AND I WILL LEAK TO YOUR INSTA FOLLOWERS IF YOU DON'T DO WHAT I SAY" followed by a harrowing video of his desktop with the video of me playing next to a browser open with a bunch of my instagram followers. Needless to say I fucking froze and went into a pure state of cortisol fueled adrenaline, the kind I'm sure you are all too familiar with.
I panicked, he face timed me and I quickly went to my roommate who was luckily still awake at the time. I confided in him what had happened, and in my state of panic I stupidly agreed to send him $600 to delete my video. He made me wait up until the money went through, and after realizing it would take longer than expected he told me to go to sleep and he'd call me in the morning.
He woke me up at 6am after the worst sleep I've had this year, to a video of him demanding more money to fully delete the video. I began to cry and break down, as he'd actually drained the last of my savings being jobless and on government payments and I pleaded with him to show mercy, but he insisted I find another way to pay him.
After realizing I had no other cards to play, and literally no more money to give, I decided my only course of action was to block, report and crack down my social media privacy/security and wait to out to see what happened. I did, messaged every person in my recently messaged on insta saying I'd been scammed and to not open any random messages or request, and just to report and delete them. I then knew all I could do was call some sexual abuse counseling hotlines and wait it out.
It was a rough couple of days that followed, I felt sick to the pit of my stomach, nauseous, anxious, terrified and just mentally and physically depleted. I'd never felt anything like this before, I wouldn't wish it on anyone. I stopped eating, wouldn't talk to my housemates, became a shell of my former self.
It's been 3 days now, and I haven't heard anything since. I've been feeling a bit better, but I've noticed I've become unbelievably paranoid. I have a bad anxiety disorder, so I'm already prone to these feelings but I'm finding it incredibly difficult to trust strangers, to not think anything of it if someone looks at me for a second too long, and to not freak out if I get a random phone call. I've had moments where I was convinced they'd tracked my IP address and were coming to kill me, that they've got my phone number and would find me and hunt me down, or they're just waiting in the shadows for the right moment to strike and leak the footage. (This afternoon at the pub, I got a random call from a stranger in my city and it completely changed my mood from relaxed to wired and anxious as I was terrified at which unknown person had my number and why were they contacting me. )
This has been, with no exaggeration, in the top 5 most completely fucked up experiences I've ever had in my life, and I've had a dad whose committed suicide, a close cousin who died at 18 in a car crash and an older brother who died of a brain aneurysm. I feel shaken to my core, absolutely terrified of what the future holds and sexually violated like I never thought I would be. I saw a disgusting, abhorrent side to humanity and it's shaken the foundation of my belief in human kindness and decency. There are some true to earth cunts in this world.
Will everything be ok? Are there people really out to get me? I feel like my psychologist is going to have a fucking field day with this one. Needless to say I will not be making this mistake again, I hope every finds solace in relating to my story or can offer me some reassuring advice, because I'm honestly a different person after this experience. And not for the better.
Thank you for reading, I hope you're doing okay and I'm so sorry if this story is all too familiar to you.
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2023.06.02 14:02 cbnecrin Cintiq acting as monitor, does not act as input device.

Hi all,
As the title says, my Cintiq 24 Pro (non-touch) acts like it's just a monitor. I am using windows 11.
I have it plugged in via display port on my graphics card (rtx 4070, latest drivers installed), have a USB (USB A to USB C) plugged in for the data on the correct output from the cintiq, but when trying to detect it with wacom center or the wacom tablet properties program, the cintiq isn't detected and is not part of the devices listed. With the latter it states "No Wacom device connected to your computer".
I have tried three different driver releases; the latest, one from a couple months ago and one from last October. None of them allow me to actually draw on my device. Please help.
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2023.06.02 14:02 majufes How to protect ecommerce from scams using real credit cards?

Square is the provider and it doesn't seem to force 3D Secure in the integration we are using. Are there any other ways besides manual checking each order?
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2023.06.02 14:01 peeepy R9 7900/3090 FE Build Sanity Check

Hi. I posted here yesterday to get some advice on my build, and I've changed it up a bit since then. I'm mainly concerned about the RAM speed - is it good enough/worth the money? Usage of this PC would be for AI model training and similar. I have a spare 1TB NVME I'll be using as my boot drive, so that SSD would be the model storage folder and other storage - it needs to be fast.
The build in question: PCPartPicker Part List
Type Item Price
CPU AMD Ryzen 9 7900 3.6 GHz 12-Core Processor £399.08 @ Box Limited
Motherboard Asus TUF GAMING B650-PLUS WIFI ATX AM5 Motherboard £189.99 @ AWD-IT
Memory G.Skill Ripjaws S5 64 GB (2 x 32 GB) DDR5-6000 CL30 Memory £225.56 @ Amazon UK
Memory G.Skill Ripjaws S5 64 GB (2 x 32 GB) DDR5-6000 CL30 Memory £225.56 @ Amazon UK
Storage Crucial P3 4 TB M.2-2280 PCIe 3.0 X4 NVME Solid State Drive £175.86 @ Amazon UK
Video Card NVIDIA Founders Edition GeForce RTX 3090 24 GB Video Card -
Case Fractal Design North ATX Mid Tower Case £124.95 @ AWD-IT
Power Supply Gigabyte P850GM 850 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply £92.99 @ AWD-IT
Case Fan Corsair AF140 (2018) 62 CFM 140 mm Fans 2-Pack £9.98 @
Case Fan GameMax Velocity ARGB 94.8 CFM 120 mm Fan £7.94 @ Box Limited
Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts
Total £1451.91
Generated by PCPartPicker 2023-06-02 13:07 BST+0100
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2023.06.02 13:58 bjestavs Researching for a summer build. Haven't build a computer for 15 years. Is this a good pick for most games?

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2023.06.02 13:58 Character-Mammoth-34 Bank Loans

Hello Reddit, my German husband maximized his credit cards and took another personal loan. Now, everything’s gone. He just mentioned it to me when the money’s already vanished. I felt betrayed and I don’t know where he used it. I’m also providing to our family. We don’t have money for the next dues. Is it possible to request for small interest and transfer all the loan into one bank? Is it also going to be visible on his Schufa?
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2023.06.02 13:57 SweetPickleRelish Some financial things to consider before moving to the Netherlands

I want to be very clear: the purpose of this post it to help people who want to move to the Netherlands make well-considered plans, not to discourage people from moving. It might have a negative tone but that is not meant to discourage.
Here are some financial challenges you will face moving to the Netherlands.
—FATCA: this is a federal law that requires foreign banks to follow certain reporting requirements when reporting the financials of American Expats. The burden that this law puts on banks had caused most banks to make policies that keep US citizens from purchasing financial instruments. You will find that it is very hard (read: impossible) to acquire basic financial instruments. Even simple shit like index funds.
—You pay a flat tax on assets/savings: instead of capital gains tax, you will pay a flat tax on all savings over €50k per person per household. So if your investments don’t beat this flat tax rate, you do end up paying more.
—You don’t get fully “vested” in social security: the Dutch social security is called AOW. You get a certain percentage of the full AOW for every year you live in NL. If you move in your 30s, for instance, you will never be fully vested because you were out of the country for 30 years.
—Mortgage loans are calculated differently: you are not required to do a down payment on Dutch mortgage loans. However, they take soft factors much more into consideration. Have a credit card with an $8000 max? That’s $8k you can’t borrow. Have $85k in student loans? That’s $85k you can’t borrow. If you don’t have a permanent contract, getting a mortgage will be difficult.
I’m hoping other expats can now add stuff and correct any mistakes I’ve made. I’m not an expert in this stuff so any additional info would be helpful.
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2023.06.02 13:55 AutoModerator [Download Course] Robert Kyosaki Ultimate Collection Bundle (

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  • ABCs of Real estate investing Cashflow Quadrant Choose to be Rich ChooseRich Conspiracy of the Rich Financial Freedom Planner – Your Personal Financial Organizer Guide to Becoming Rich Without Cutting up Your Credit Cards High Performance Selling [Robert Kiyosaki, Tony robbins, T Harv Eker,Bob Proctor] How to predict the future How To Save A Fortune In Taxes [Robert kiyosaki, Tony Robbins, T Harv Eker] Increase Your Financial IQ Michael Maloney – Guide to Investing in Gold and Silver Own Your Own Corporation Real Estate Advantages Rich Dad Poor Dad audio and book Rich Dad Poor Dad for Teens_ The Secrets About Money – Robert T. Kiyosaki & Sharon L. Lechter Rich Dad Secrets Of Wealth [Robert Kiyosaki, T Harv Eker, Tony Robbins, Jack Canfield] Rich Dad, Poor Dad Rich Dad’s Advisors – The ABCs of Getting Out of Debt Rich Dad’s Guide to Investing Rich Dad’s guide to Wealth Rich Dad’s how to Predict the Future Rich Dad’s Success Stories Rich Dad’s Who Took My Money Rich Dads Advisors The ABCs of Building a Business Team That Wins Rich Dads Before You Quit Your Job Rich Woman Richard Kiyosaki – Rich Dad, Poor Dad Robert Kiyosaki – 6 Steps To Becoming A Successful Real Estate Investor (AUDIO & VIDEO) Robert Kiyosaki – Before You Quit Your Job Robert Kiyosaki – Corporations Robert Kiyosaki – Freedom or Security Robert Kiyosaki – How to Find Great Investments Robert Kiyosaki – New Rules of Money Robert Kiyosaki – Real Estate Investor Business Plan Robert Kiyosaki – Retire Rich Retire Young (AUDIO) Robert Kiyosaki – Rich Dad’s Real Estate Riches Robert Kiyosaki – Rich Dad’s Secrets Of Wealth [T Harv Eker, Tony Robbins, Jack Canfield] Robert Kiyosaki – Rich Dads Guide To Investing (AUDIO) Robert Kiyosaki – Rich Kid Smart Kid Robert Kiyosaki – Sales Dogs (AUDIO) Robert Kiyosaki – The 8 Hidden Values of Network Marketing Robert Kiyosaki – The Real Book of Real Estate Robert Kiyosaki – Who Took My Money Robert Kiyosaki Cashflow 101 and 202 Robert T. Kiyosaki – 8 Lessons in Military Leadership for Entrepreneurs Sales Dogs The ABC’s Of Building a Business Team That Wins The ABC’s Of Property Management Why -A- Students Work for -C- Students Kiyosaki Live NY City Robert Kiyosaki – 60 Minutes To Getting Rich
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My product has been listed on Amazon for a couple months now with no problems, I even had 3 buyers. Today it says “currently unavailable” on but I have stock (147 units) and everything thing looks good on the Seller App. I contacted Seller Partner Support and I’m waiting for a reply.
If it helps, yesterday I changed the charging method from one credit card to another, although I doubt this is the reason. I don’t think I violated any policy, I have been very cautious with everything I do.
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