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Fifth Third – Mobile App Pending Authorizations Not Showing for Credit Card

Fifth Third Mobile App Pending Authorizations Not Showing for Credit Card

Are you noticing in your Fifth Third Mobile App for credit cards pending authorizations no longer shows up? If you click on your credit card account details, you will notice there is no longer a pending authorizations line item.     After speaking to a Fifth Third customer representative in September 16 2017, they confirmed pending authorizations...

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Fast: Program Xfinity Comcast Remote to Samsung TV

Program Xfinity Comcast Remote to Samsung TV

Easy steps to quickly program your new or existing Comcast TV remote with a Samsung Smart TV.   On your Comcast Xfinity remote, hold down Setup until the top light is solid green.  Type the most likely code for a Samsung TV: 12051  The remote will flash green twice. Try using the remote on your Samsung TV....

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Remove: Using 17.1 Stable While 17.4 Stable is Available – Kodi Auto Update

Using 17.1 Stable While 17.4 Stable is Available Kodi Auto Update

If you are using Kodi on your Amazon Fire Stick, you may notice a version check message that pops up (sometimes you cannot get out of the message, forcing you to go home) and does not allow you access Kodi anymore.   Version Check Using 17.1 stable while 17.4 stable is available. A new stable version...

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Fix: Sorry We Can’t Complete Your Purchase at This Time – PayPal

Sorry We Can’t Complete Your Purchase at This Time PayPal

Did you just try making a purchase using PayPal but the merchant is unable to fulfill the purchase and you receive the message below?   Sorry, we can’t complete your purchase at this time Please return to the merchant and choose another way to pay.   There are 2 known solutions to correct this issue.  ...

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Where to Check if I was Affected by the 2017 Equifax Breach?

Where to Check if I was Affected by the 2017 Equifax Breach?

Equifax, one of the three major credit reporting agencies, announced a cybersecurity incident yesterday that occurred in late July. This incident includes data on approximately 143 million United States (Nearly HALF of the United States!) consumers and includes personal data such as names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, and driver's license numbers; a small number of...

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