Mark reported paying off his discover credit card balance with the coupon method. See more details in this course.
So many unanswered questions 'here'. I agree that it is pointless to post a paid bill without describing fully what was done by the individual and showing more proof that it was paid via the coupon process. Also - what happened to the manner of 'voting' for people's comments? If I could, I'd vote for a few of the comments posted in response to this success story. Showing details should not discourage others from taking the full course - if anything, it should encourage others to take the course and learn more so they can share and are astute enough to discuss the process, should they be questioned. Gratitude to Legalibus for the opportunity to learn these things for free. :)
Dear Administrator, 'Go to the coupon cause and you will see the details.' Where is the 'coupon cause' to see the details and proof. I wish Legalibus would not allow posting of 'success' examples without more specific information and better photos. The Capital One example seems to be the clearest example of all of them, the rest have no real proof of anything being paid off or paid down. It makes things seem suspect when people don't include specific details for the greater good. If a bill is shown here, then the receipt of the same bill with copies of whatever the person did to secure payment and a reduced balance document with details that clearly link it to the photo of the bill should be required. Otherwise, it's just another internet story. Obviously, instructing people to cover their name, phone, address and all but the last few digits of their account number - so it is obvious and legitimate. Additionally, asking posters to check back to answer questions, as the person who posted the Cap One example did. So many questions from Legalibus users and zero answers from the people who posted. Thank you - I hope Legalibus will consider requirements for posting success stories.