12-14-2007 08:52 PM
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12-14-2007 09:03 PM
I been with this forums 10 month I reading many of posts . My question is why many people they already have many CC but they still want apply CC ( but they don't really needs it ) like store card . I think store card some time they give you offer in short time , but in long time it not really good , and they don't help your CR much . also CL not much . I remember on 2003 I have store card at usaa . CL 7500 but I never use it . they still report to TU . I just close this year , because I don't needs it . So why are we needs apply Store card ? save money in short time ? how about long time ? with CL too low . and also you only charge with them .I am so sorry . I am wrong .
12-14-2007 09:07 PM
12-14-2007 10:43 PM
I think that it's smart for everyone to figure out exactly what they want from every card, and once they've got that, they don't need anything else. Good thinking!
dangphuocloc72 wrote:thanks a lot Fused . I just want to say some thing what am I thinking ? and I don't really know Am I wrong or not ? I am trying to learning from all you guys
12-15-2007 06:43 AM
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