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Re: Garden Club Meeting - August 2014

:smileyhappy: Good morning GC!

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Re: Garden Club Meeting - August 2014


coldnmn wrote:

:smileyhappy: Good morning GC!


Morning! :smileyhappy:

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Re: Garden Club Meeting - August 2014


KennyRS wrote:

coldnmn wrote:

:smileyhappy: Good morning GC!


Morning! :smileyhappy:


:smileyhappy: Good morning Kenny!

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Re: Garden Club Meeting - August 2014

Happy August to the GC!

 

Really enjoying this garden-time & watching the growth.  Time is truly our best friend :smileyhappy:.  

 

I'm a bit concerned as I will need to begin car-hunting ASAP as about 3 wheels are 'in the grave'...  I honestly did not anticipate this - at least not THIS soon - and is basicaly going to destroy the last (going on) 2 years of hard work & additional growth.  There is no choice in the matter; one has to get from point A to B & back!

 

Nonetheless, IIRC, I have about 2 weeks or so to rate/car shop to have them "lumped together" (inq wise that is).  I doubt the INQ will really hurt, if at all, as August was a 1 year mark leaving me with 2 INQ's.  Still, the new installment account is something I am trying to put off as long as I possibly can since I don't want to backrack & have to start all over again.  

 

Whenever my last installment accounts were closed/paid, I actually had a drop then & recovered since (closed in April, bounced back the next month or July at most - odd).  As such, I have not had an open installment account since April and I've been pretty much 'stagnant' score-wise ever since.  I know, I know, it's all in the wonderful formulas & enhancements and the price of eggs in every country LOLOL. 

 

It's been a LONG time since I even financed a vehicle, "back in the day" I would get a new car every 2-3 years, and I hate to go into this blindly.  Once I get down to the 3 models/makes, then & only then will I start the financing process.  I wish I could use my bank as the note-holder however if I can get a 0% deal, obviously I would be a fool to NOT take that over the (pretty-much) guaranteed approval.  Interest or no interest is a no brainer!!!

 

Anyway my GC friends, if anyone has a few words of wisdom, I'm listening.  Even if you want to offer some experiences with the Make/Model, I'm all ears for that too.  

 

Other than this, thank you all in advance, I hope you are all doing well & have a great weekend, and look forward to "everything" :smileyhappy: :smileyhappy: :smileyhappy: 

 

Take care & thanks again!!!!

PS:  This "STUCK" at 799 nonsense is TRULY getting old!!!  Would ONE POINT really hurt em to make a crippled guy smile LOLOL

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Re: Garden Club Meeting - August 2014

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Ok gardeners...you might want to take a ss of my gold spade :smileywink: it is my first one ever, and I doubt it will be here very long. I will be seeking cli on my usaa cards here pretty quick--probably next week. Check that, perhaps 10-14 days to let a couple inqs age first.



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Re: Garden Club Meeting - August 2014

Checking in for August. Picked up my bronze spade. A couple  of days for my Amex 3x cli attempt. Looking forward to reporting good news!

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Re: Garden Club Meeting - August 2014

Right on focused...me too. Congrats on your spade and gl on your 3x!



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Re: Garden Club Meeting - August 2014


nma851 wrote:

Happy August to the GC!

 

Really enjoying this garden-time & watching the growth.  Time is truly our best friend :smileyhappy:.  

 

I'm a bit concerned as I will need to begin car-hunting ASAP as about 3 wheels are 'in the grave'...  I honestly did not anticipate this - at least not THIS soon - and is basicaly going to destroy the last (going on) 2 years of hard work & additional growth.  There is no choice in the matter; one has to get from point A to B & back!

 

Nonetheless, IIRC, I have about 2 weeks or so to rate/car shop to have them "lumped together" (inq wise that is).  I doubt the INQ will really hurt, if at all, as August was a 1 year mark leaving me with 2 INQ's.  Still, the new installment account is something I am trying to put off as long as I possibly can since I don't want to backrack & have to start all over again.  

 

Whenever my last installment accounts were closed/paid, I actually had a drop then & recovered since (closed in April, bounced back the next month or July at most - odd).  As such, I have not had an open installment account since April and I've been pretty much 'stagnant' score-wise ever since.  I know, I know, it's all in the wonderful formulas & enhancements and the price of eggs in every country LOLOL. 

 

It's been a LONG time since I even financed a vehicle, "back in the day" I would get a new car every 2-3 years, and I hate to go into this blindly.  Once I get down to the 3 models/makes, then & only then will I start the financing process.  I wish I could use my bank as the note-holder however if I can get a 0% deal, obviously I would be a fool to NOT take that over the (pretty-much) guaranteed approval.  Interest or no interest is a no brainer!!!

 

Anyway my GC friends, if anyone has a few words of wisdom, I'm listening.  Even if you want to offer some experiences with the Make/Model, I'm all ears for that too.  

 

Other than this, thank you all in advance, I hope you are all doing well & have a great weekend, and look forward to "everything" :smileyhappy: :smileyhappy: :smileyhappy: 

 

Take care & thanks again!!!!

PS:  This "STUCK" at 799 nonsense is TRULY getting old!!!  Would ONE POINT really hurt em to make a crippled guy smile LOLOL


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Re: Garden Club Meeting - August 2014

back in the garden club after applying for JCP and an auto loan.. with a $400 credit limit.   still undecided on car that I want.

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Re: Garden Club Meeting - August 2014

Morning y'all!
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