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06-17-2008 04:43 PM
So the idea is to transfer a balance from whatever it may be so that it will reflect a 0 balance on that account?I think i need to read like you suggested Hauling, so that i can fully understand the concept of BT.Thanks for your input!
06-17-2008 04:47 PM
@Hauling,If I do a BT on from a "secured" cc and then the card all together. Hence, getting my back my deposit to pay off the unsecured cc. Would that make sense? The secured card is less than one year, I'm not ready to close and BT it right now. I'm just curious.Thanks,
06-18-2008 11:19 AM
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