11-19-2008 02:06 PM
Ditto. How much are you spending each month or quarter?
Between business and personal I spend about $8K on the cards and always do PIF.
$8k on Macys?
I meant on all the cards / month.
11-19-2008 02:51 PM
By the way my App for GEMB/Universal Declined. I guess there is not much loss in not getting that card since I got Soverign Amex Card. Now my Real Amex Platinum card is going to the sock drawer.
I'm confused; yesterday and then above in this thread you point out that you did a product change , Plat. to Gold. If you no longer have the Platinum.....how do you sock drawer the card? OR,,,,,,,,did you mean that you did the change and are now going to sock drawer the Gold card.??????????????
11-19-2008 03:10 PM
Op wrote :
What were your spending habits like? PIF I take it?
Concorduser responded :
Yep. Always PIF. I don't like to pay my hard earned money, even a penny in the interest charges.
Concorduser, I just want to point out and make sure that you realize that paying AFs on a number of cards, as you say you do, is as bad or worse than interests.
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