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Hey, I'm finally getting ready to order my 12" Ibook. I have a generous credit line but I was gonna get an apple credit account to take advantage of the 90 day same as cash financing. But when I go to fill out the application it asks me to put in my college information and it asks for our school email. Well I go to a small 2 year tech school and its listed under there schools list but we dont have emails from school (.edu) Should I lie and say i'm employed and not in school? Help me please.

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Eh, I have no idea about this, but does it ask you for your school e-mail, or for the e-mail of your school... :-/ Would be weird if they wanted your school e-mail. I believe that there must be a lot of schools which don't give an e-mail to their students.
Eh, well, I'm not very helpful probably, sorry.
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You can always call them up and ask them, would save having to ponder lying on a credit application.

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I'm with rberry on this one. Stop wondering if you should lie and start callin'.
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