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-Cain-
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Registered: ‎04-06-2011

Re: I can not believe it!

Btw, sorry we got off topic here farmgirljen. Lol.

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AndyK
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Registered: ‎06-09-2011

Re: I can not believe it!


-Cain- wrote:
Older posts seemed to point to the Delta and Starwood cards being "easier", but that may not be true anymore. You'll know when you are ready. You seem to have a good plan!

My plan is just to get rid of dead-weight cards and keep the ones that have no annual fees and a potential for growth. That's as much 'plan' as I have. Plus I'm trying not to get a ton of inquiries on my reports since I'm gonna be shopping for a new auto loan in January or February.

However, Amex is REALLY tempting.. especially with Discover approving me.

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