04-10-2013 09:21 PM
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04-10-2013 09:30 PM - edited 04-10-2013 09:32 PM
Yes, high revolving can easily result in bank's closing your credit card account. In addition since they're private, they have the right to not give u a reason. Just like I can tell anyone to get off my property without a reason (weird example but u get the point). But good for you, 31K off is great. I was once 11K in the hole and learned the hard way as well. Keep up the good work and it will always pay off.
I love how it says you're a new visitor to this forum but you registered 4 years ago. lol
04-10-2013 09:39 PM
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