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  1. Feb 2021
    1. Can I transfer money from the Direct Express® card to a checking or savings account?
    2. Can I get cash when I need it with my Direct Express® card?
    3. How do I get cash at a bank teller window?
    4. How does the free Low Balance Alert work?
    5. How does the free Deposit Notification work?
    6. How can I protect my PIN?
    7. Do I always need to use my PIN? Can I use my card without a PIN?
    8. What if I forget my PIN?
    9. Can I change my PIN?
    10. What is a PIN?
    11. Can I pay my bills or pay for Internet purchases with my Direct Express® card?
    12. How do I check my balance on my Direct Express® card?
    13. Where can I use my Direct Express® card?
    14. How do I make purchases with my card?
    15. Is Customer Service available in languages other than English?
    16. Can I close my account and withdraw my money?
    17. Can I have a monthly paper statement mailed to me?
    18. What if I don't agree with my balance or one of my transactions?
    19. Who should I notify if I change my mailing address?
    20. How long will it take to receive a replacement card if reported lost or stolen?
    21. What if my Direct Express® card is lost or stolen?
    22. Who do I call if I have questions about how to use my Direct Express® card?
    23. What if I can't find an ATM or my ATM is "out of order"?
    24. How do I know if an ATM surcharge fee will be charged when I withdraw cash at an ATM?
    25. What is the maximum amount of cash I can withdraw from an ATM with my Direct Express® card?
    26. Where can I find Direct Express® card network ATMs?
    27. What is the Direct Express® card surcharge-free ATM network?
    28. How do I get cash at an ATM with my card?
    29. How much will people be charged for going to an out-of-network ATM?
    30. What if I don't live near a Direct Express® card surcharge-free network ATM?
    31. How do I find a surcharge free network?
    32. Is there a fee to use the ATM?
    33. How does my free ATM cash withdrawal work?
    34. How do I avoid transaction fees while using my Direct Express® card?
    35. How much do I have to pay for the Direct Express® card?
    36. What are my options if the Direct Express® card is just not for me?
    37. I plan to retire in the near future. Can I request a Direct Express® card as soon as I sign up for my Social Security benefits?
    38. Can I sign up for the Direct Express® card even if I have a bank account?
    39. Can recipients who have a Direct Express® card switch to a traditional checking or savings account and receive their payment by direct deposit?
    40. Are federal benefit recipients residing in a healthcare facility eligible for the Direct Express® card?
    41. I am a representative payee who receives another type of federal benefit payment on behalf of someone else. Can I sign up for a Direct Express® card?
    42. I am a representative payee who receives Social Security benefits on behalf of more than one person. Can I receive all of the benefits on one Direct Express® card?
    43. I am a representative payee who receives Social Security benefits for someone else. Can I sign up for a Direct Express® card?
    44. Do I need to give my federal paying agency my card information in order to receive benefits?
    45. How do I activate my Direct Express® card?
    46. How do I sign up for the Direct Express® card?
    47. What are the benefits of the Direct Express® card?
    48. How is the Direct Express® debit card different from a credit card?
    49. Will my Social Security, Supplemental Security Income, and other federal benefits be safe?
    50. How does the Direct Express® card work?
    51. What type of federal payments can I have on the Direct Express® card account?
    52. What is the Direct Express® card?
    1. We would like to extend a very warm welcome and thank you for being a part of the Direct Express program. We are excited that you have received your new card which can be used anywhere Mastercard is accepted, including for purchases, ATM withdrawals, cash back, and setting up automatic bill payments. Some features we'd like to highlight include: Our new mobile application (now available in Apple and Google Play Stores) will help you 'manage your account on the go', allowing you access anytime, anywhere. This application features balance information, transaction history, account summary, and allows you to request a new card (if lost/stolen), temporarily block your card, request a dispute filing form and set up account monitoring alerts for your added protection. Our Direct Express Cash Access feature allows convenient access to your funds at WalMart locations for a $0.85 fee and no purchase necessary. And, our website, www.usdirectexpress.com, which also has a new look, contains all the great features found on the mobile app. Please ensure you select the card starting with numbers 51. Finally, are you currently receiving any other benefits to a Direct Express card?
    2. If the full SSN provides an account
    3. If the full SSN does not populate an account
    4. If the cardholder refuses to be transferred to the IVR
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    6. If No
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  2. Oct 2020
  3. Mar 2018
    1. Through the manipulation of the audio embedded in the vinyl, this content employs aural modes and thus a connection is initiated

      What do you mean by this? What kind of connection?

    1. ng, ‘The revolution will not make you look five pounds thinner’? My songs were always about the tone of voice rather than

      It's really useful to have quotations in here! Great

    2. Andy Greene is a writer for Rollingstone who has written around 10 well documented articles for the  company. This article detailed a history of Scott-Heron’s music history and who he performed with and when. Even mentioning tat he had written a book when he was was 20.

      one sentence

    3. Dead at

      Interesting you have more than one obit here...

    4. as useful to my research

      What counts as "useful"?

    5. Greg Morrison has experience as a executive producer, editor, reporter and producer. Some companies include CNN, WXIA, BET, and NBC. Denise Quan has been a entertainment journalist and producer, with over 18 years of experience at CNN. This article details and informs readers of the death of Gil Scott-Heron and a brief overview of his life

      Thesis?

    6. , and others who are interested in or involved in the attainment in knowledge regarding African American politic

      This seems a little vague... What does McClure what to have happen in the world because of this volume of work?

    7. The author provides over two pages of evidence including books, magazines, newspaper articles, and websites. This evidence comes from primary sources such as Gil Scott-Heron’s work and secondary sources such as Business Week. McClure’s purpose in writing this article is to provide information and inspire thought on the lives of African American Politics, in this case Gil Scott-Heron.

      combine into one sentence... what happens when you do this?

    8. era.”

      page number?

    1. To conclude

      What does this phrase communicate? What does it mean? Why here? What does it do?

    2. Appropriately named storm music it features some of his more thunderous and fiery works including “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised”, “Pieces of a Man”, “Free Will”, “Is That Jazz” and more.

      None of the highlighted material in this paragraph "describes" the image...

    3. This photo is perhaps my favorite in the panel

      Just description?

    4. This picture is located in the bottom left of panel and features the cover photo of Gil Scott-Heron’s album titled “Reflections”

      Are you just describing the panel here?

    5. This flag is known as the Pan-African flag and shows how deeply embedded Scott-Heron is with his roots

      Are you only describing here?

    6. in which he walked the earth

      Is this objective? or colorful language?

    7. dark and mysterious

      Objective or subjective language here?

  4. May 2016
    1. Because many of the theories deal with issues of power, students on the margin for particular reasons--ethnicity, class, ability--;ire often more receptive to the basic ideological premises of these theories than are their more privileged peers, who sometimes respond to theories such as gender and class as using the master's tools to dismantle the tnaster's house.

      This is a really awesome thought and it makes a lot of sense to me. In general, I really dislike when certain texts or concepts are left out of non-honors/AP curricula because I think it's dismissive of students' abilities. At my current student teaching placement Romeo & Juliet is being significantly "dumbed down", and as an educator and lover of Shakespeare it's making me very sad. :(