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About this board....

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This new Credit Cards board is the place to discuss many different credit card-related topics, including:

 

  • how credit cards affect FICO scores
  • managing credit card debt
  • rebuilding damaged credit card history
  • terms offered by credit card issuers

This is not the place to talk about how many cards are in your wallets or what CC looks the best or similiar subjects. Those belong in SmorgasBoard.

 

Pictures of personal credit cards are not allowed to be posted in the Credit Cards board or any other board.

 

We hope you find this new board informative and we appreciate your participation!


Before you post, please read the Credit Repair Discussion Guidelines.

Message Edited by Raine on 01-13-2009 01:07 PM

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