No. Your money would have to come from the money in your account at any banks that accept your card or from any credit union you have a debit card account with. If they have your card number, they can transfer this to their own bank and get the same transfer. This is why only banks accept cards issued by the UK government. For people with existing credit cards, some of these banks may accept it but if the government was to change the laws for banks to accept cards issued by private firms, that too would be illegal.
Can you buy a home with fafsa money?
No. You have a deposit balance in your account that they can only withdraw from or if they hold the balance they can exchange a percentage for their own bank.
Can you be charged interest on money you don’t pay?
No. This would violate both the bank licence rules and the FCA rules and they would just say ‘no’.
I’m trying to connect a USB keyboard device that is not recognized.
I do a hard reset of the system so it starts up using the default firmware with a serial monitor and keyboard. Everything just gets lost and I can’t fix it.
When I try to use my keyboard, it is not recognized at first. I just get a “Unknown USB device device 0x0, 0x3”
(no error), it gets a “Device did not load from SD card”
When I try to select the keyboard, I get a “Unable to initialize device with device”
Then after a reboot, everything works but of course can’t actually connect it for debugging.
I’ve tried to use the serial monitor and USB keyboard and both show the same error messages, both on the same USB device.
Anyone else has this problem?
A federal judge struck down Texas’ voter suppression law on Thursday, ruling the state has to comply with Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act regardless of the state Constitution’s guarantee of equal protection under the law.
“The court will now consider a final application of Section 5 under the Voting Rights Act,” said U.S. District Judge Nelva Gonzales Ramos, saying state officials “are required by federal law to seek and receive federal court order to alter the election procedures in accordance with Congress’s express grant of authority to ‘prevent and suppress voting discrimination.'”
The court granted a temporary restraining order against Texas, ordering the state to implement
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