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Re: Can I talk them down?

SL -- Thanks for the info!


Sylvia -- I am afraid I still am not sure what you are saying. I am only suggesting paying it off, but you are saying "I suggested doing that instead of paying it all off". Also, you said "it would still show utilization on the card" but it is closed. Also, I do have 2 open, current cards in good standing I will have paid off by Oct 19th.

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Rochester9 wrote:
SL -- Thanks for the info!


Sylvia -- I am afraid I still am not sure what you are saying. I am only suggesting paying it off, but you are saying "I suggested doing that instead of paying it all off". Also, you said "it would still show utilization on the card" but it is closed. Also, I do have 2 open, current cards in good standing I will have paid off by Oct 19th.

Thanks!


Ahhhhhh, it is closed! So sorry Rochester. I did not see that, and all that I said was based on an erroneous assumption that it was still active. Please disregard all I said. Absolutely pay it off, in that case. (I need new glasses, lol)
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Thanks very much everyone!

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