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This MyScore is an incredible scam. There is no disclosure. There are no terms. I kept on waiting for the disclosures and terms of the relationship to come to me by email, and they never did. These people needs to be driven off the internet.Why is there a charge on my card? Answer: It’s a monthly charge for myscore.com. If you’re here you have a few questions.
And we have answers. Who are we?
MyScore is a US-based financial services company.Why are you charging me?
These are charges for the credit montioring program you signed up for online.Why is there a $1 charge for a free trial?
Your score is free, but your credit report is only $1 at myscore.com. You get to try our credit monitoring product free for 7 days you can cancel the membership at anytime during the trial period.Why do I have a $29.95 charge?
If you don’t cancel your membership within the 7-day trial period, you will be charged a $29.95 membership fee for each month that you continue the membership.Is this a scam?
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Living Buildings put in to bricks and mortar (or bio-based materials) the vision that two decades ago the likes of architect Bill McDonough and futurist David Orr spun from beautiful prose in to the first generation of green buildings. The vision was always to design buildings that act like a tree, that are abundant, producing more than taking. How will the Bullitt Center, which embodies those ideals, shift the paradigm in how we build?
"I think would be great if we were the greenest building in the world—for a week," Rogers told the Building with Nature Symposium which is introducing new ideas about building for the future in to the Cleveland Museum of Natural History's rebuilding process. "What we learned can be replicated, but you need to look at local conditions to fit with your climate and culture."
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"We want a building that itself embodies how we can live in the future, in a highly sustainable way," Cleveland Museum of Natural History Director Evalyn Gates explained to 450 attendees the purpose of the museum's Building with Nature symposium, a free and open to the public event at the museum today. "Our experience with the SmartHome showed us that we want a (new) building that cost less to operate and maintain and will inspire all of us about how we live on this planet."
To inspire the museum to reach for the stars, Dr. Gates, an astrophysicist, and GreenCityBlueLake Institute Director David Beach assembled a high wattage panel—from the designer of literally the world's greenest building to the country's foremost experts on energy who figured out how to green the renovation of the Empire State Building. These are big thinkers but also the 'do-ers' -- practitioners who have faced skepticism and long odds and in the end broke new ground for all of us. That list started with Curtis Fentress whose firm is the architect of record for the Museum's proposed redevelopment and addition.
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