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Credible delivers a differentiated and personalized experience that enables consumers to compare instant, accurate pre-qualified rates from multiple financial institutions across student loans, personal loans and mortgages, helping consumers save money and make better financial decisions.
Fox's purchase occurred at 2.21 Australian dollars ($1.50) per share, which represents a 31% premium to the Credible's closing price prior to an initial proposal in late May.
Mr Boitshwarelo said the country cannot afford to lose its historical records of conducting credible elections hence the need to protect such a record.
But for us, we don't see any active ouster plot) READ:No credible ouster plot vs Duterte Lorenzana 'No contradiction'
Lorenzana on Tuesday ruled out any credible plot to oust the President, saying 'maybe Malacanang has some information on small groups' wanting to unseat the President.
'The Nigerian Army wishes to state that the statement is totally baseless, untrue and, therefore, capable of misleading unsuspected members of the public, especially when there is no credible record of such involvement anywhere in Nigeria before, during and after the 2019 elections.
INEC must reassure Nigerians and all the stakeholders of its commitment to a fair, free and credible poll on Saturday, February 23 and March 9, 2019.
"They use industry-standard measures to assess and address credible threats of violence against our employees and our company and refer these threats to law enforcement when necessary.
The committee should put politics aside and ask the FBI to pursue an investigation into the credible allegations against Judge Kavanaugh.
Were the charges of creepy and disturbing sexual behavior against Senate candidate Roy Moore credible? I think so, based on the testimony of multiple, credible victims, who do not seem to have ulterior motives.
And Democracy Watch secretary general Claudette Guevara said credible elections can only be achieved if there is "transparency."