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icloud2525
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Registered: ‎10-12-2012
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Crazy credit people gathering.

We should all have a gathering sometime. Rent out some hotel in Miami or somewhere nice, of course we'll only go if It doesnt hurt our util. Or maybe we've earned enough points for a free flight. That'll help. We can compare limits, scratches in our CSP, Amex 3x cli's, length of garden time and so on. Cuz we all know any "normal" person thinks we're nuts.
Amex BCP $17,400, Amex Platinum NPSL, Virgin Atlantic World Elite MC $10,500, Chase Sapphire Preferred $5000, Barclay Arrival World Elite MC $5000, Citi Hilton Visa Sig., $8800, Citi TY Preferred $7900, Citi Diamond Preferred $7400, Citi Dividend $5900, US Bank Flexperks Visa Sig, $5000 Discover IT $6000, Chase Freedom $3500, Amex Hilton Honors $6000 Cap One Cash $2500,-- EQ FICO 768, EX FICO 755
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09Lexie
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Re: Crazy credit people gathering.

Haha! Nope, I'm not considered normal even to my own family. :smileysad:
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n777ua
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Re: Crazy credit people gathering.

The well-known credit bloggers do this.  Check out DansDeals and ThePointsGuy...

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myjourney
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Re: Crazy credit people gathering.

I was under the impression all the normal people were here it's the outsiders you need to worry about Lol

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Creditaddict
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Re: Crazy credit people gathering.

I don't understand why FICO can't pair up with a bank to come out with a credit card!

with rewards that change based on vote of cardmembers!

and rates based on defaults...

 

so basically FICO credit union?!

 

Membership open to Fico members :smileytongue:

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CashOnDelivery
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Re: Crazy credit people gathering.


Creditaddict wrote:

I don't understand why FICO can't pair up with a bank to come out with a credit card!

with rewards that change based on vote of cardmembers!

and rates based on defaults...

 

so basically FICO credit union?!

 

Membership open to Fico members :smileytongue:


+1 

and include your EQ, EX, or TU FICO on each statement.


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injustifiiable
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Re: Crazy credit people gathering.


CashOnDelivery wrote:

Creditaddict wrote:

I don't understand why FICO can't pair up with a bank to come out with a credit card!

with rewards that change based on vote of cardmembers!

and rates based on defaults...

 

so basically FICO credit union?!

 

Membership open to Fico members :smileytongue:


+1 

and include your EQ, EX, or TU FICO on each statement.


Hell, I'd include all three! The MyFico Premier World Elite Plus MasterCard!

 

Who could we get to back it though? GECRB? Barclays? lol

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kroberts67
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Re: Crazy credit people gathering.

+1 

and include your EQ, EX, or TU FICO on each statement.  YES!


Hell, I'd include all three! The MyFico Premier World Elite Plus MasterCard!  You forgot "Signature"  :smileywink:

 

Who could we get to back it though? GECRB? Barclays? lol  I vote GE  lol


 



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Burned2manybridgesB4
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Re: Crazy credit people gathering.

So...we'd all get into the same place, and play on our phones (reading MYFICO)....as long as there's booze...why not?

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injustifiiable
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Re: Crazy credit people gathering.


Burned2manybridgesB4 wrote:

So...we'd all get into the same place, and play on our phones (reading MYFICO)....as long as there's booze...why not?


ROTF...probably.

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