"Free Money" HQL Lawsuit Funding Challenge

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06 Feb 2016 13:59#1 by Mr H
Mr H created the topic: "Free Money" HQL Lawsuit Funding Challenge
I got to thinking last night (and we know how dangerous THAT can be!!):D

In an effort to help fund the HQL lawsuit, I propose the following...

We all get free money. Gift cards/checks, "cash back", rebates... you name it. Shopping, loyalty rewards, credit card points, referrals... all kinds of it.

For example, I recently received a chunk for being a repeat customer at Enterprise Car Sales. I'll even be happy to do a referral, if anyone is shopping (where I'd get another chunk). PM me for details, if interested. In any case, I gladly handed that over to MSI today, for the suit.

What I would like everyone to do, it to take at least half the value of your "free money", and pass it along to MSI for purposes of assisting to fund the potential HQL lawsuit.

If you're not truly counting on that money for subsistence, this will cost you nothing, and might just show the commitment that other organizations can look at, and decide to jump in.

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06 Feb 2016 14:16#2 by Mr H
Mr H replied the topic: "Free Money" HQL Lawsuit Funding Challenge
I encourage everyone to post up whether they're in, and when they toss in.

Amounts are not what we need to know... but participation is.

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08 Feb 2016 11:00#3 by 6Pack
6Pack replied the topic: "Free Money" HQL Lawsuit Funding Challenge
So I get a $20 Kohl's cash thing, and I write a check to MSI for $10? Sounds like a good idea.

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NRA Certified Instructor: Pistol, Rifle
CCW: Maryland, Pennsylvania, Utah

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09 Feb 2016 08:18#4 by Mr H
Mr H replied the topic: "Free Money" HQL Lawsuit Funding Challenge
zackly!

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08 Apr 2016 20:27#5 by Mr H
Mr H replied the topic: "Free Money" HQL Lawsuit Funding Challenge
Just a reminder...

Let other people pay for your contribution!!

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