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Croselx
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Re: Multiple credit cards...

It is preference. Some cards have a specific purpose or benefit to having or using them (6-18 months of 0% financing, cash back rewards, free credit scores, discounts, etc.) Others like to just have them. While being approved for a card certainly feels good, I don't think people get cards to just shout to the world that they got 'x' card (but then again people get their satisfaction from different things..).

As of Feb: AAoA 1 year, 10 months
CK TU: 740; Wal-Mart TU FICO: 721
CS EX: 715
8 CCs, 15 total accounts.
Negs on report: 1 30 day late aged 3 years
5 inquiries
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distantarray
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Re: Multiple credit cards...

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Croselx wrote:

It is preference. Some cards have a specific purpose or benefit to having or using them (6-18 months of 0% financing, cash back rewards, free credit scores, discounts, etc.) Others like to just have them. While being approved for a card certainly feels good, I don't think people get cards to just shout to the world that they got 'x' card (but then again people get their satisfaction from different things..).



 

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