05-30-2013 05:55 AM
05-30-2013 06:13 AM
You want to look at getting rid of anything with AFs. FP is the bottom of the barrel when it comes to credit cards. CreditOne isn't far behind.
05-30-2013 06:39 AM
05-30-2013 07:52 AM
What is the CL on the CAp One card (doesn't appear to be one in your sig)?
Ideally, for appearances (as well as AF savings) you would drop Credit One and FPB, simply because they do give the wrong appearance. But you then have to consider if this is a large chunk of your current CL, which is important to. The fact that these have given you CLIs doesn't really mean that they will grow with you to any great extent, and you are paying a lot for this!
05-30-2013 08:10 AM
If you had some $5K limits there, I'd say yes, close the low limit ones. but it looks like you have a $475 range in limits. It's not a big enough gap to justify closing your low limit cards for appearance sake.
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