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FIRED

Today I called applied bank and credit one into my office and terminated them both for

under performing and over charging me. Smiley Tongue.

they both served there purpose for rebuilding but they are now in the shredder.

I have replaced them with a great card from my credit union.

so here is where I am now

 

capital one 5550.00 credit line  7.1%

capital one 1500.00 credit line  12.99%

kay jewelers 7300.00 credit line 23.99%

america first cu 3000.00 credit line 10.25%

target 1000.00 credit line  20 something %

rc willey 1000.00 credit line 20 something %

 

Every card I have I got from following the advice on these forums. I was bankrupt just 36 months ago

and had no clue where to go or how to rebuild until I found you guys Thanks!

 


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Re: FIRED

wow, super congrats!

Fico Scores 8: EX 694. TU 689. EQ 658. 05/26/2015
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Re: FIRED

Good for you, Gambler! You're in charge, so kudos for standing your ground.

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All three scores were 850. Lost points for not having an open installment TL. So, BE WARNED!!!!!
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Re: FIRED

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Congratulations!!!

Since you did a great job of firing their butts, when it comes time  for me to fire First Premier's butt would you like to do the honors? Smiley Very Happy  I want them to KNOW that they've been fired!

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Re: FIRED

Congratulations!  Keep pressing--perseverance and tenacity, applying the correct guidance, pays off!   Smiley Very Happy

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Re: FIRED

it's nice to have a lot of credit cards, esperically when you're young and still in school.

I think I've passed that stage already. Right now, I'm settling for AMEX, Discover, MC, Visa, Department card. Im planning to get a mortgage in a few years later.


CrdtLrnr wrote:

Congratulations!  Keep pressing--perseverance and tenacity, applying the correct guidance, pays off!   Smiley Very Happy


 

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Re: FIRED

Smiley Wink TY for sharing your great post and super congrats on your accomplishment

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Re: FIRED

thanks guys


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