In general, we probably should refrain from excessive use of acronyms, but just in case…
AA = Adverse Action (from a bank, card issuer, program administrator, store, etc).
DP = Data Point
DW / DH = Dear Wife / Dear Husband
ETA = Edited to Add
IB = Interactive Brokers or Investment Bank
OD / OM = Office Depot / OfficeMax
OP = Original Post or Poster (first post or its’ author)
SO = Significant Other
WM = Walmart
In travel, 2 digit airline iata code
AA = American
B6 = Jetblue
DL = Delta
UA = United
WN = Southwest
Let’s consider refraining from spelling out some acronyms such as the following:
No love for my edits?
Please at least keep them in alphabetical order.
Change them however you see fit. I havent touched them after the original post. Or must I approve them somehow as the thread creator? Sorry.
I also don’t know how the wiki actually works. Maybe we were both editing the OP at the same time and I hit publish and then you did?
The edit history is in there. I’ll see if I can revert it once I’m at a real computer.
No worries, I was able to grab it there and re-do it on my end.
TMSY, just a belated “thank you” for an excellent idea for a wiki!
Some acronyms from the MS world are defined here:
Not nearly as neat as the cuke’s but …
DJA = Dear