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GE credit card

Having alot of GE brand credit card is it good or bad..

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Re: GE credit card


cardcrazyboi wrote:
Having alot of GE brand credit card is it good or bad..

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I don't think it is necessarily bad, lots of people have GECRB accounts with various retail stores.    They are pretty good with CLIs ( soft pull ) and approvals, so they are popular with rebuilders.


 

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pizzadude wrote:

cardcrazyboi wrote:
Having alot of GE brand credit card is it good or bad..

BR
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TJmaxx
Room2Go
JCPenny
CareCredit
Dillards

I don't think it is necessarily bad, lots of people have GECRB accounts with various retail stores.    They are pretty good with CLIs ( soft pull ) and approvals, so they are popular with rebuilders.


 


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The CLI's you get make it worth it if you can afford the INQ's and have a decent AAoA.




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Re: GE credit card

Room2Go and CareCredit is 0 balance since it open.

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Opps forgot Amazon
They 0 balance of March just pay it off..it is going to be 0 balance for a while..except amazon man I luv that card I use and abuse it..lol


But will I still get CL increase down the road with 0 balance..
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Re: GE credit card

I forgot to add
Walmart...
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I really want Amazon and Lowes but I'm going to wait until next year when all INQ's are gone for them.




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Re: GE credit card

Oh yea and Lowes too... gosh I'm getting old but still keeping up with the credit industry
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Re: GE credit card

@ls2982 yes amazon is the best card out of what I have I like to do no interest for 6 or 12 month..
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Re: GE credit card

Does anyone know how long GECRB will keep your accounts open before closing them due to lack of activity?
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Re: GE credit card


ctb89 wrote:
Does anyone know how long GECRB will keep your accounts open before closing them due to lack of activity?


If you want to be safe, you should probably use them at least once every 3 months or so.

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