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    Need help

    once I was looking the bill, i saw the number with the mark like this : $16CR
    what is CR?

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    Atchan is offline Key Member
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    Re: Need help

    Quote Originally Posted by hitinvo View Post
    once I was looking the bill, i saw the number with the mark like this : $16CR
    what is CR?
    "CR" indicates credit has been applied to your account. For example, if you are a seasonal customer and gave a reconnect date at time of disconnect, you receive a $10 credit (CR).

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    Re: Need help

    what do we use it for?

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    Re: Need help

    Quote Originally Posted by hitinvo View Post
    what do we use it for?
    As Atchan said ""CR" indicates credit has been applied to your account". That's what we use it for! We use it on a financial statement to show that a credit has been made (money has gone into an account), not a debit (money going out of an account).

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    Re: Need help

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    As Atchan said ""CR" indicates credit has been applied to your account". That's what we use it for! We use it on a financial statement to show that a credit has been made (money has gone into an account), not a debit (money going out of an account).
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    Last edited by leo2; 27-Jul-2010 at 02:14.

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