05-29-2008 12:11 PM
05-29-2008 12:36 PM
What kind of program? Maybe it could help me also!
Flatbroke_Again wrote:i want to sign up for a new program, as i know that is a guide to base decisions on also.
05-29-2008 12:43 PM
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05-29-2008 01:02 PM
Have you tryed to get them to reduce or completly get rid of the fee! Maybe you could nicely threaten to cancel because of fees and see what they say, if they dont budge as posted on another thread tell them you have never cancelled a card before let you think about it and no harm done & no hard feelins from them! I Let me know if this works!
Flatbroke_Again wrote:Started acting on some of the great advise i got here. What would you do, if you had a two year old 1st premier & total visa card. Super sub prime, but have apparently served thier purpose in scoring & new credit. All kinds of fees, even charge ME to pay THEM! Some say keep aged tls. even with the cost. others say, kick em out. Would credit be a long time in recovering? Low limits, 300 & 475, i feel they are now a hinderance. Will, utilize my target via 1000, & hooters 500 in stead. What, in good thoughtfull judgement would YOU do?? I will post fico scores on any later posts, as i want to sign up for a new program, as i know that is a guide to base decisions on also.
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