08-30-2012 02:20 PM
Go with a big bank like Wells Fargo, Bank of America and Chase and get a secured card. Stay away from these devils.
08-30-2012 02:24 PM
Do yourself a favor and stay away from FP, and Credit One. Go with Cap1 secured.
08-30-2012 02:30 PM
What EVER you do, stay away from First Premiere............as others have stated, try someone else instead.......you'll thank us later lol
08-30-2012 03:13 PM
OMG run for the hills!!!!! Run fast and don't ever look back! I can't say enough how you should stay away from these vultures. Good grief! Take the advice of everyone that posted prior to me. A secured card from a local credit union will do you beautifully. I wish I'd known about NFCU's secured card prior to applying for and obtaining a First Premier card. 55% APR????? Really???? Just run.
08-30-2012 03:17 PM
08-30-2012 03:55 PM
If you think about it, the average FP user doesn't survive past the second statement. The first half of the CL is fees? The latter portion is usually maxed out, and the second statement starts with, "We haven't recieved your payment, just a friendly reminder that we own your soul, and will be there to collect, harrass, annoy, belittle..."
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