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Epic Contributor
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Registered: ‎10-23-2007
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First Equity Closed :P to them!

Well so do I because I filed bk... but my First Equity Business Card was not included in the bk and it has a $0 balance and they closed it because of my credit report.  I'm like from bk there is only up to go!!
Just thought I would share my rock bottom point! only up from here :smileyhappy:
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Posts: 1,694
Registered: ‎08-07-2007
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Re: First Equity Closed :P to them!

Don't have the link to the thread- but read about post BK solutions in the BK section. Also try to get a secured card as quickly as you can-
what WordMan calls "diluting bad credit w/ good credit."
 
You can do it.
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Registered: ‎09-18-2007
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Re: First Equity Closed :P to them!

What was your experience using the First Equity Business Card? Were they good. I read horror stories on the web about that card. Are they good to work with?

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