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Re: First Premier Sent Me An Email (For 2nd Card)

You might be right. Though I've seen some with success after some serious persistence.  I'd do it anyway and try. I even GWed a collection agency that everyone claims is one of the worst. Begged them to remove my 2 years ago paid collection and poof a few weeks later it mysteriously vanished...
 
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Re: First Premier Sent Me An Email (For 2nd Card)

Yeah, I keep getting the offers for a 2nd First Premier card too.  I peel off the "fake" card in the letter and give it to my daughter to put in her purse as her "credit card".  :smileyvery-happy:
 
I'm considering firing this card, so DEFINITELY not considering opening a second account and giving them another $178 in fees for a piddly $300CL.
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Re: First Premier Sent Me An Email (For 2nd Card)

I definitely agree with soccermom.  Who wants another card with all of the fees.
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