When I contacted Lone Wolf RV Park asking to stay, I was informed that a credit report was required and a $20 charge needed to be paid for that report. I agreed, and paid the $20.
When I arrived at Lone Wolf, I was told that my credit report was approved. I asked to see my report, and was told that a copy would be given to me.
I knew that the credit report would never be given to me. Because I had locked access to my credit data at all three credit bureaus. some time ago!
Oh, my! What a wicked web we weave, when first we practice to deceive 😇.
Did George uncover a credit report scam?
3pm - Closing Miss Twayler's screen door
Pesky insects keep coming in. Without permission, of course. So, today was declared, "Install A Closer Day."
A closer that seemed right, was one of those tubular jobs. But no! That one didn't operate right. Did not pass inspection.
My Dad always said, "Do it the simplest way!"
We tried a plain old ordinary door spring. That did the trick.
10pm - AT&T sending warnings
Do we on the Tioga RV team worry about AT&T's warnings about data usage? Not one bit! AT&T warnings are something like a buyer and seller negotiation. The tougher negotiator gets the best deal.
Last month we had BIG TIME data usage because our data was entirely wireless. The most expensive data. Our total bill for the month came to around $205. We called up and acted completely incensed about AT&T, the bill amount, and everything else. We were sooooo angry!! [Not really. We were acting!]
In about 5-minutes, our monthly bill was reduced $92. 😀