You are under employment age, you have no experience/skill that warrants more than babysitting or lawn care. Unfortunately, you have nothing to offer an employer that he can't receive from a legitimate 16+ applicant.
Just read the bill: You originally owed $218.16 per month ($2618 divided by 12) You then changed the policy and you owe $127 fee. You had the insurance 2 months. From the statement you provided you only paid 1 month. You also didn't pay for the change fee. You owe for one month of coverage … Continue reading Just read the bill: You originally owed $218
No you should not proceed. Its some type of scam which will cost YOU money at some point. Just quit responding and trash it. To get a job you need to apply at local places, meet the people at the company and get hired normally. Craigslist has become a unregulated mess with all sorts of … Continue reading No you should not proceed
No, since an eviction is a court-ordered action and you must have committed a lease violation that you refuse to cure. However! If you mean that your landlord issued you a written notice to vacate, yes, he can do that as long as he has followed CA's laws and has given you the proper amount … Continue reading No, since an eviction is a court-ordered action and you must have committed a lease violation that you refuse to cure
If I were your potential employer, I'd honestly hate that question because it makes you sound full of yourself, or like if you DON'T get the job, you're going to go crazy and call me daily and ask me why.
They may hire you but that would depend on whether they are looking for an experienced person. The tips are paid according to the establishment.
Maybe to pay rent by itself
Of course not. The notice period and moving has absolutely nothing to do with the maintenance/repair issues and since you are moving, those issues are moot – non-issues. Late is late, whether it is one day, 3 days, or 10 days, or a matter of hours. You owe another month's rent. Pay it or expect … Continue reading Of course not
If your property taxes and insurance were being paid out of the escrow/impound account you would still have to pay for them even if you mortgage was paid in full/
Depending on where you saw that phrase. On every web site where I have seen that – it refered to houses that are listed for sale in a MLS and they are already bound to a buyer by a contract. The reason it takes a while for contracts to actually close is because the buyer … Continue reading Depending on where you saw that phrase