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Re: Credit one worth it?

you can google fico discounts. they've got a good one this month.
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Re: Credit one worth it?

You have to determine if  rewards credit card is a good deal mostly has to do something with your own situation and your habit on spending it. In that way, ask yourself these questions in order to decide if a rewards credit card is worth it.

Do the benefits outweigh the costs? How many points will I likely earn?

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Re: Credit one worth it?

I used myFICOis9 yesterday for a 30% discount


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