www.Bonefishgrill.com/Sweeps – Bonefish Grill 12 Days of Happiness Sweepstakes

Bonefishgrill.com/sweeps – Bonefish Grill 12 Days of Happiness Sweepstakes. Seafood Restaurant are my favorite kind of Restaurant, I was raise in small town on the east cost, i was accustomed at an early age to the product of the sea. Today, i live far from the sea, but this is not restrained me from taking a good and delicious meal once and while at Bonefish Grill. Now how about another interesting cash sweepstakes.

With Christmas time around the corner, promotion sweepstakes with cash prizes are really popular among our readers. Well this time, it comes from a well known American dining seafood restaurant chain the one and only Bonefish Grill. Visit today the official address of the sweepstakes promotion www.Bonefishgrill.com/sweeps and enter the Bonefish Grill’s 12 Days of Happiness Sweepstakes for your chance to win cash prizes of $5,000 or $1,000 or one of over 2,064 Bonefish Grill gift cards worth $50 each. Note that there’s maybe alternate entry with purchase of Bonefish Grill gift cards (see official rules for more details). This Bonefish Grill marketing promotion ends on December 24, 2012. Good luck and Happy Holidays  EXPIRED…

Sweepstakes Prizes Details:

Grand Prize: A $5,000 American Express gift card

1st Prize: A $1,000 American Express gift card

Daily Prizes (2,064): One (1) $50 Bonefish Grill
certificate for a winner at every BFG location,
one per day for each location, between December
13 and December 24.

Entry: http://www.bonefishgrill.com/Contact/Sweeps
Rules: http://bloominbrandscms.blob.core/bonefish

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2 thoughts on “www.Bonefishgrill.com/Sweeps – Bonefish Grill 12 Days of Happiness Sweepstakes”

  1. Hi,I am a 23 year old college student. A few years ago I got approved for 4 credit cards. I defaulted on them about 2-3 years ago after I lost my job. After that things went downhill academically, financially, and mentally. I am back in school now, and I have been doing good in my classes. I was served by three credit card company with a lawsuit. I showed up for one of them, made an agreement with the attorney and never paid him. I wasn’t thinking. I got a judgment against me for around ~$4,900 dollars. Two other companies served me with lawsuits. I never showed up and I got two more judgments against me. One for ~$2,800 dollars, and the other one for ~$3,900 dollars. I got this third credit card company that hasn’t taken me to court, and I have contacted them. They said my 2,000 credit card had accumulated interest and now its ~$7,500 dollars. They said they were willing to settle now for $2,000 dollars. I don’t have this kind of cash now. I asked them now for 4 months. I am still dealing with them for a longer time. Now for my defaulted credit cards I realized, I made a serious error in judgment. I told them I can make monthly payments for it and they agreed. I tried to ask them to come down in the amount, they said they would with full payment. I don’t have full payment. I feel like everything is hopeless. I don’t own any property but I am self-employed with this bar tending company and seldomly work. I’m overwhelmed so much that I can’t concentrate in my studies. I know school is important, and I need to figure out what to do.I have a few questions that have been bothering me immensely, so please bear with me. Its been past >thirty days since my judgments. Are these judgments reported on my credit report? If so, how negatively does it affect my credit? When does my credit report get removed from these judgments and is clean again? Am i able to do anything myself to have these removed earlier?Will my bad credit report affect me in getting a job after I graduate? After I have fully paid the creditors in full, what should I do so that no further action is taken against me. What are my long term consequences? Should I hire an attorney and have them help me?Thanks. Google.com

  2. My husband and I have eaten at Bone Fish Grill many times. We have one ten minutes from our house. We are older and could use money to pay some bills. We have helped our children and grandchildren and now it is time to help ourselves.


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