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ProfessorGAC Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Oct-14-05 10:13 AM
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19. I'm Group One, Sort Of
I use them, but not merely for emergencies, but as convenience cash. Not extremely often, but i will get something (like the new make-up valve for my hot water heat) on credit card, and then do e-banking to transfer funds from savings to the credit card and keep the balance at zero. Not so much an emergency purchase, but since i've never bought anything at this supply house, it was way more reliable than expecting them to take my check.

Also, i buy cigars by mail order. So, those go on the card each month. When the bill comes in, we pay it off.

But, we do keep our balances at zero, so i'd guess we fit into your first group.
The Professor
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