This is the refunded muni bond that I received from the credit union I work at. I was told that this bond was pre-rewarded, meaning it has to be returned no later than the next business day after it had been issued. I don’t know if this is true or not, but I do know that the amount I received is the exact amount that I had been told to return.
The bond was issued on the Friday before the next business day, and I received a refund when I arrived at the bank, so I probably should have received it on the Friday before the next business day.
I’m not sure if this is true. I was told that the bond was pre-rewarded, meaning that it had to be returned no later than the next business day after it had been issued. I doubt that is true, but I would rather be told that it is true than being told that it is not true.
I had been told that the bond was pre-rewarded, but I thought they were just talking about the fact that the bond was issued on the Friday prior to the business day. I also wondered if they were talking about the day before they were actually issued.
The bond is pre-rewarded. It was issued on Friday and given to me one business day after it was issued. It was also given to me two business days after that. It was given to me at the end of last week, so I got it before the bond had been refunded.
My $25 has been refunded.
A $25 dollar bond was pre-rewarded. I think it’s a good idea to do a pre-rewarded bond for a business expense. It gives you a discount on future business expenses, and you get to get your money back before it goes to collection. I know it can be a bit confusing if you’re not familiar with it, but I think it’s a good idea to pre-reward expenses before they end up going to collections.
I think it is a good idea to pre-reward expenses before they end up going to collections. I know it can be a bit confusing if youre not familiar with it, but I think its a good idea to pre-reward expenses before they end up going to collections.
This can be a problem if you’ve already paid for a utility bill (like a phone bill, or a water bill, for example) and your payee (like a bank) gets a bill for it, but you don’t get it back.
As this article suggests, pre-rewarding will help you avoid getting scammed by collectors, who may take your money to get a better deal. The good news is that there are a lot of ways to pre-pay your bills without putting your funds in collections. Not only can you pre-pay your water bill, for example, but also pre-pay your phone bill, health insurance, and food bill… it really is that easy.