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Yeah I just got an RCE (2nd in the case) lost .75 counts from the old system just by picking up the case.

On the other hand, I have a rather large time to do a case now. For the next year at least, until the "safety (i.e. lul you into a false sense of security) net" goes away.

POPA is rtarded at accounting and does a poor job of representing my interests as a homeless man on the side of I-95.

Quite the converse - If you are indeed receiving credits that a professional examiner receives and yet are a merre homeless man on the side of I-95, I'd say that POPA is wildly exceeding all expectations of representing your interests.

Money for nuthin and all that.

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