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Richard Said:I sent son to grandparents for holidays/ didn't return him, no money to fight, but did and no son.?
We Answered:I don't think we have the entire story, but if you have custody of your son the grandparents HAVE to return him, it's called custodial interfernce at it's best, and kidnapping at it's worst.
Elmer Said:info on north western employment (nwe) ?
We Answered:There is a similar agency in NE Indiana that charges the $180 fee and I have heard is is somewhat of a scam because they place false employment ads in the newspaper. One good source would be to check with your state employment bureau.
Hazel Said:What employment agencies are in or around to the downtown Bellingham WA area?
We Answered:look here...
and here too...
Salvador Said:How do I get a job in mining?
We Answered:There are multiple ways to gather information and to learn about industries and available jobs. You can:
Ø Use the internet and search company home pages and job sites
Ø Network with friends, family and colleagues
Ø Conduct research and contact companies directly
Ø Answer classified ads in newspapers, professional journals, and trade papers
Ø Attend job fairs and open houses
Ø Contact the placement office of your school
Ø Work with support groups
Ø Canvass community and civic associations
Ø Use an employment agency
Ø Look in the Yellow Pages and "cold call"
Ø Check state employment and service centers
Ø Call employment hot lines in specific companies
Career development specialists have found through experience that directly contacting targeted companies and networking are the job search methods that give the best results. The overwhelming majority of jobs (85 to 90 percent of them) are found this way. They work because they lead to jobs that are often not advertised widely, jobs that few people know about.
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Cory Said:How can you rent an apartment halfway across the country before you move there?
We Answered:Visiting campus before your big move is what I recommend to figure out the preferable places to live and then do everything by phone. But if that is not an option, you could do exactly as you are doing with the employment agencies by arranging everything by phone/fax. If that is the case I highly recommend you only rent with established property management companies as there are some scam artists on the lookout for pigeons like you. If getting a co-signor (or guarantor) for the lease is possible, it surely would make the whole transition a great deal easier on you and could easily be switched out of your consignor's name once you are better established.
Johnnie Said:Want to move to Spokane WA. Need info!?
We Answered:ok to answer one of your questions
jobs suck in spokane many people laid off
but the best places to apply for jobs is
Ellen Said:Help to improve my credit score for law enforcement employment ?
We Answered:Well, many agencies still don't check credit. So you might get lucky there.
However, the first step is paying your debts. Call them and ask to settle. Tell them you are willing to pay the original amount, but not the fees. If they are about to charge off the account, they may be willing to settle with you...Heck, they may accept payments for an amount below $6000.
In the mean time, you will also need some accounts in good standing. Try something like a department store, gas or secured credit card. If you have a good account, that will also help your credit.
Something else, it is a bit questionable (but if they don't ask you about specific credit and just check a score, it shouldn't be a problem). You can challenge everything on your credit report. It is not the wondrous solution that some pseudos-experts make it out to be, however, it can temporarily improve your score.
You may also find things on there that don't belong. For example, when I was 16 I took a college class in high school. My mom failed to pay the university for the class. A few years later I found it on my credit report. I had it removed and my score improved slightly.