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Uncle_Money wrote:Since your CL is only $300, a good plan is to show many small charges and PIF each month. Otherwise, paying 3x the minimum as creditaddict suggested is a good idea. I never pay just the minimum payment anymore. I used to do this and they jacked my rate. That's just my own personal experience with them. It doesn't necessarily mean it will happen to you too. I spoke to one of their credit analysts and he informed me that they like to see 3-5 times the minimum payment. Since I have been doing this, they increased my CL twice already.Well i was thinking about paying my car insurance bill an cable bill which equals to $210 a month then pay it off a week later.
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