06-30-2013 04:02 PM
We're here for you. Time heals all wounds.
Oh yea, I got a set goal 2015 some better cc and 2017 with no baddies (all baddies are from the recesion and all same default month jan 2009, no new ones), and money in my pocket a new house. So I'll be in the garden more often than not, just need to stay away from any offer I get through the mail. I do like my barclay rewards cc with 2% on my most comun purchases, gas, grocerys (even wholestore like BJ's), utilities (set autopay to get a 2% off the bill ) and a usable credit line of 1.3k 2k would be better, but hey my previous crap1 cc was just 500 sort of a toy. Amazon got no rewards BUT it got a 6 month no interest purchase plan, so buying a laptop and paying it in installments works for me, and help keep utilization low, so I like my convination just need to stay focus!
06-30-2013 04:04 PM
Stay in the louge do not cross the line!!! I got a bat for apping!!!
06-30-2013 04:10 PM
count me in... first month in the garden.. journey just started...
06-30-2013 04:10 PM
i'll be comin for an extended stay in the garden right away....got my blue jean shorts on(lol) and my wife-beater(again lol) and my colt 45 40oz....ready to go WHOW!
but seriously i have to stay in the garden for like a year!!!
06-30-2013 04:19 PM
I have the itch to app. I don't even believe in excessive credit cards so that is out of the question. I need help to stay in the garden until it's time for CLI's. Thanks
06-30-2013 04:23 PM
06-30-2013 04:27 PM
Do you want some assistance with the ERT? I remember you apped recently; maybe is a good time for you to group them together
Yes I apped recently. Waiting on the card
Gardening until I can get a CLI, then gardening indefinitely lol
06-30-2013 04:32 PM
Wow its not even officially July yet and up to 4 pages already. ME THINKS THE GARDEN IS GROWING......
Im back for July. even though i tiped ot a little in June. I am not doing anything to my cards for a while. Only thing that may happen is if I find the NSPL card affects my score negatively I may get it changed to a regualr visa before I start the mortgage shop in December/January. I did verify with BoA that I can change it and keep the CL.
Well im off to get some work done this evening.
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