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11-01-2007 01:27 PM
I read on the Suze Website that your CC interest rates are based on your FICO Score. So how do you determine what your CC rates should be and if your CC companies are overcharging you?My FICO score has gone up up up and I'm still paying high rates even though I've asked the company's numerous times to lower them based on my good credit?
11-01-2007 03:04 PM
sasysuz wrote:I read on the Suze Website that your CC interest rates are based on your FICO Score. So how do you determine what your CC rates should be and if your CC companies are overcharging you?My FICO score has gone up up up and I'm still paying high rates even though I've asked the company's numerous times to lower them based on my good credit?
11-01-2007 03:22 PM
Creditaddict wrote:If your scores are considerably higher now and you have old accounts that you got when you had bad credit... simply apply for new cards with better companies. Graduate out of Orchard, household, first premier, etc.Get Hooters, wamu, amex, capital one
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