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Re: Just paid off all my cc :)

That's fantastic, Congrats! I am working towards that goal.

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Re: Just paid off all my cc :)

I can't wait for my score to update...and i know its gonna take a while :smileytongue:

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thatRe: Just paid off all my cc :)

that's fantastic  -- congratulations!!!

 


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Congrats!  I remember the day I paid off all my CCs and it is a fantastic feeling.  Now your CCs can serve you as discount cards with their rewards instead of working like loan products.


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Re: Just paid off all my cc :)

I also remember what it was like when I paid off all my CCs. It's a great feeling, so freeing! Congrats to you, nicely done! :smileyhappy:


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Congrats!  I remember the day I paid off all my CCs and it is a fantastic feeling.  Now your CCs can serve you as discount cards with their rewards instead of working like loan products.



Thanks all! And I don't really have any good rewards cards :/. So I use my disney visa to rack up points to take my daughters to Disney World (:

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Congrats doesnt it feel good! Now watch your scores grow!


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