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Re: Chopping block for 2013


jsickz32 wrote:

ill try for a cli on citizens bank cc, if not then its bye bye


just know it will result in a hardpull

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Re: Chopping block for 2013

i plan on this:

1. BBY store card because it will not grow

2. Zync since i have green 2 charge cards not worth it

3. cap1

4. maybe homdepot 

5. Maybe Jared

 

would like to get CSP maybe....


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Re: Chopping block for 2013


creditnocash wrote:

jsickz32 wrote:

ill try for a cli on citizens bank cc, if not then its bye bye


just know it will result in a hardpull


is it possible to ask for a cli at a branch? my father is good friends with the manager of my local branch.

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Re: Chopping block for 2013


jsickz32 wrote:

creditnocash wrote:

jsickz32 wrote:

ill try for a cli on citizens bank cc, if not then its bye bye


just know it will result in a hardpull


is it possible to ask for a cli at a branch? my father is good friends with the manager of my local branch.


you can ask for one at the branch but he will just have to call the cc dept. if he doesnt give him the number( the manager can call) 

and then he will talk to them then they will talk to your dad or you. but it wont be a soft pull still.

 

trust me if i knew i would do it. (and tell you how)

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Re: Chopping block for 2013

Great thread!

 

2013 Chopping Block:

 

1.  Macy's.  Nice store, but they do take Visa so no reason to keep store card.

 

2.  CapOne.  Will replace with State FCU no FTF.

 

3.  GE PP MC.  Online banking platform sucks.

 

4.  BOA.  Like pulling teeth with those people for every little thing.  

 

5.  2 out of 3 Navy Fed cards.  Don't need so many.

 

6.  1 out of 3 USAA cards.  Don't need so many.

 

7.  Barclays Barnes & Noble.  B&N is on its deathbed anyhow.

 

 

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Re: Chopping block for 2013

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wow too many to name... I have to say every single department store card I have but the JCPenney account.  

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Re: Chopping block for 2013

Im going to axe credit one in 2013, its been a long time coming. Also my best buy card because I dont like capital one and they are under capital one now and not hsbc.

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Re: Chopping block for 2013


RockinRay wrote:

I think I am going to chop a few cards here.... Still thinking about which ones.

 

Would be nice to get to 5 cards - total. Right now I have like 16....


Similar situation here... the problem is I have higher limits on all my cards. Need to get down to a managable number tho...

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Re: Chopping block for 2013


UFGuy2006 wrote:

RockinRay wrote:

I think I am going to chop a few cards here.... Still thinking about which ones.

 

Would be nice to get to 5 cards - total. Right now I have like 16....


Similar situation here... the problem is I have higher limits on all my cards. Need to get down to a managable number tho...


DAMN! You have 16 cards? How do you keep track of them all? Spend a little on each a month?

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Re: Chopping block for 2013


maiden_girl wrote:

UFGuy2006 wrote:

RockinRay wrote:

I think I am going to chop a few cards here.... Still thinking about which ones.

 

Would be nice to get to 5 cards - total. Right now I have like 16....


Similar situation here... the problem is I have higher limits on all my cards. Need to get down to a managable number tho...


DAMN! You have 16 cards? How do you keep track of them all? Spend a little on each a month?


Don't know about Ray but I have a spreadsheet to ensure I charge something (even a pack of gum) every other month. Its become more of a burden than anything.

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