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Re: Firestone CC

Thanks JohN. i must have been thinking of PEP boys or Americas tire or somethin that is backed by GE. Anyone have the number for this card's cs dept?

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Re: Firestone CC

Mine is at $1,400, up from 900.

 

I used it for the 0% six month deal on some sweet BFGoodrichs that would have taken a good chunk out of my savings. They also do repairs so if something breaks, i've got a little bit of padding for emergency repairs.

 

Not too thrilled with "Tire Works" but it seems to have worked out so far.

 

CFNA's site is weird, and you do want to watch it closely because if you miss a minimum payment or don't have it paid of in the 6 months,  you are on the hook for ALL of the interest, of the total purchase amount. If im remembering correctly.

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Re: Firestone CC


goosedog wrote:

Thanks JohN. i must have been thinking of PEP boys or Americas tire or somethin that is backed by GE. Anyone have the number for this card's cs dept?


CS number is 1-800-321-3950

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Re: Firestone CC

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john398 wrote:

goosedog wrote:

Thanks JohN. i must have been thinking of PEP boys or Americas tire or somethin that is backed by GE. Anyone have the number for this card's cs dept?


CS number is 1-800-321-3950


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meka1984 wrote:

I was approved for the Firestone credit Card today. I have a few car repairs that I need and the 0% for 6 months with a purchase of 249 or more was attractive to me.

 

Does anyone have this card?

 

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I've had this card now for close to 2 years. $2600 CL. Love it, 0% deals are awesome with it.




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I just got approved for this card for $1200.....plan on using it for an oil change some time this month and a few other things I'm sure I'll need. This was honestly one of the most  "security"-like cards since it is good to have back up if something goes wrong with the car and I don't have the full amount in cash that actual day. It is perfect for me!

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