The official thrift/discount store bragging thread

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by j, Mar 2, 2005.

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  1. ATLjon

    ATLjon Senior member

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    Solid, reasonable advice! I like it.


    And wasn't one of you going ga-ga over House of Howe the other day? oh ... but this is probably a suit jacket, right?

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/NWOT-HOUSE-...85?pt=US_CSA_MC_Outerwear&hash=item460444b061
     


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    +1, seriously considering the PayPal Debit Card. Anyone have one?
     


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    Yup, I have had it for awhile, and tend to use it a lot. They give you 1% cash back on all money spent via the credit option (as opposed to typing in your pin)
     


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    Interesting, I didn't realize that. I think I may spring for it. The ATM fee won't be an issue for me anyway since I almost never use cash.
     


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    is there a monthly/yearly fee?

    i don't trust paypal they love to nickel and dime you
     


  6. concealed

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    No monthly fees, I have never paid an ATM fee. I get cash back with the debit option at the grocery store that has a $200 limit. Everywhere else (thrift stores, USPS, gas stations) I use the credit option and get 1% cashback. Nice little $8.51 payment came in to my paypal account June 1st.
     


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    PayPal would never do that.
     


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    LOLZ and so true. Everyone knows the auctions that you're describing.
     


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    Guess I could go back on Thursday and they will be a dollar. It's half price right now $10. Don't think its going to sell anytime soon.
     


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    Yeah, I can see them adding an extra percent on the amount they charge for our incoming funds fees or some other BS like that.
     


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    Didn't find much, only this .. I"m still sort of new to this.

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    :inlove:
     


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    Definitely. Super high quality. I first picked it up before I knew what it was based on the quality due to the fact that it was made by AJ for a local men's clothier and didn't even say "Adrian Jules" in it. eBay resale sucks because nobody knows the label but people here in B/S and the thrift thread especially will jump on it. I've had some very friendly offers from my last haul of AJ stuff.


    +1. He's doing a great favor to those who are a 16/41 as an exclusive offer to the thrift thread. Those would fly in the B/S but he's kind enough to offer them up to us first. Major props to DM7. As I've said before, I've met him in person and he's a great, down to earth guy.
     


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    STUD!

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    Total Delta Bravo shot...epic fail.
     


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