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I"m new to MyFico ... Just introducing myself

Hello everyone as my headline states, I'm new here and want to state being apart of the conversations. I'm into credit and credit building. I'm kinda obsessed with credit cards and limits also credit score ... you can't have one without the other. :-P So I look forward to exchanging knowledge with all of you.



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Welcome!

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Hi. Just don't be ironhide. Seem to remember intro from him/her too.
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Crashem wrote:
Hi. Just don't be ironhide. Seem to remember intro from him/her too.


Ya, I remember his introduction. I was kinda looking forward to Ironhide's input as he stated he's an "analyst for a major bank"

 

Anyways, Welcome to the family!!

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Welcome!!

 

You will find a wealth of information here!!

 

Good Luck on your credit journey!!Smiley Very Happy

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Re: I"m new to MyFico ... Just introducing myself

I have read the post about the amex cent card and I felt it was just sad. I do not intend be on her lying about dumb crap ... or anything for that matter. I've been reading the boards for a month now and I have been impressed with the amount of support everyone offers. Even to the credit card / inquiries addicts. Just plain cool!



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Radio_Radiation wrote:

I have read the post about the amex cent card and I felt it was just sad. I do not intend be on her lying about dumb crap ... or anything for that matter. I've been reading the boards for a month now and I have been impressed with the amount of support everyone offers. Even to the credit card / inquiries addicts. Just plain cool!


Radio, was just teasing you. Welcome again fellow credit addict.
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Welcome to the Fico Forums!  


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Radio_Radiation wrote:

Hello everyone as my headline states, I'm new here and want to state being apart of the conversations. I'm into credit and credit building. I'm kinda obsessed with credit cards and limits also credit score ... you can't have one without the other. :-P So I look forward to exchanging knowledge with all of you.


Not true.  you can have good credit without knowing your score.  Many do.

 

Welcome, you will enjoy it here.  lots of obsessives.   

 


 

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Crashem I figured you were, I just wanted to be clear. anywho, I can't wait to learn how to work the system. I want to be able to get higher cl. I just started building my credit back after a BK (which fell off last year). I have a mortgage since 9/2009, student loans (that's deffered in good standing), one baddie(a repo that is due to fall off this year in september) one cc from 2009, 4 cc from 12/11, 1 cc 6 months old. I'm well on my way to great credit and high cl



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