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Blueprint83
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Registered: ‎08-17-2012
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Card for paying bills?

Hello everyone,

 

Which one of my cards would i get the most out of paying bills with as far as rewards and such?


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Shelly313
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Re: Card for paying bills?

I would use the Amex seeing how you have to PIF every month with at card, and your paying the AF.   Unfortunately, I'm not familiar with all of your cards and the rewards you get, I'm sure someone will be more qualified to answer that.  May I ask why you still have Credit One?

Started Gardening 4/3/2014

Current Score: (04/2014) EX: 629 I TU: 650 I EQ: 654

In my Wallet:
Barclays NFL: $2000 I VS: $700 I Discover: $1600 I AU: Amex ED $2000
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VirusCredit13
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Re: Card for paying bills?

Not that familar with half your cards, but quicksilver for everything unless on another card you get bonus rewards for something specific like a utility or cellphone bill.

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Blueprint83
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Re: Card for paying bills?

lol they basically begged me to keep the card for another 3 months with AF wavied. I will cancel it soon though.


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Shelly313
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Re: Card for paying bills?

Well that's good then!  You have a lot of good cards :smileyhappy:

Started Gardening 4/3/2014

Current Score: (04/2014) EX: 629 I TU: 650 I EQ: 654

In my Wallet:
Barclays NFL: $2000 I VS: $700 I Discover: $1600 I AU: Amex ED $2000
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Blueprint83
Posts: 26
Registered: ‎08-17-2012
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Re: Card for paying bills?

I really hate them, they're really terrible with giving limit increases even after a year of good use and ontime payments.


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Shelly313
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Re: Card for paying bills?


Blueprint83 wrote:

I really hate them, they're really terrible with giving limit increases even after a year of good use and ontime payments.


How long have you been building your credit for?  I've been working on mine for 2 years almost.

Started Gardening 4/3/2014

Current Score: (04/2014) EX: 629 I TU: 650 I EQ: 654

In my Wallet:
Barclays NFL: $2000 I VS: $700 I Discover: $1600 I AU: Amex ED $2000
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Blueprint83
Posts: 26
Registered: ‎08-17-2012
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Re: Card for paying bills?

Same here. I couldn't get a new car to save my life so i had to start grinding. All the info i got was from here.


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Shelly313
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Re: Card for paying bills?

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I tried getting the amex but that was a no go with some charge offs in 09. :smileysad:

Started Gardening 4/3/2014

Current Score: (04/2014) EX: 629 I TU: 650 I EQ: 654

In my Wallet:
Barclays NFL: $2000 I VS: $700 I Discover: $1600 I AU: Amex ED $2000
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Shelly313
Posts: 201
Registered: ‎04-02-2014
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Re: Card for paying bills?

Amex green to specify

Started Gardening 4/3/2014

Current Score: (04/2014) EX: 629 I TU: 650 I EQ: 654

In my Wallet:
Barclays NFL: $2000 I VS: $700 I Discover: $1600 I AU: Amex ED $2000

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