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Re: My credit must be getting better....

Those cards are no good.  Wait it out and get your scores up for PRIME cards.  Citi, Chase, Amex, Disco



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myjourney wrote:

Kwyjibo wrote:

Who is ERT?


myjourney wrote:

ERT won't even issue an alert on those Lol


 


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Helping those that wish to garden and get better cards with better limits ....

For members of the Garden ClubSmiley Wink


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Re: My credit must be getting better....

okay, so....

 

@ those posting who think i dont know these cards suck..... obviously I do know the cards suck . this post is/was meant to give you guys a chuckle at the amount of pre selected garbage I got in the mail this week.  Was my post not clear?  

 

lmao



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cqdealer711 wrote:

okay, so....

 

@ those posting who think i dont know these cards suck..... obviously I do know the cards suck . this post is/was meant to give you guys a chuckle at the amount of pre selected garbage I got in the mail this week.  Was my post not clear?  

 

lmao


aahhh, clever sarcasm... OP, i assure you i am not a troll, just look at my status. if i were you, i would go for a Capital Bank OpenSky secured. also some credit unions are willing to offer secured credit products to high risk customers.

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scottwagnon wrote:

cqdealer711 wrote:

okay, so....

 

@ those posting who think i dont know these cards suck..... obviously I do know the cards suck . this post is/was meant to give you guys a chuckle at the amount of pre selected garbage I got in the mail this week.  Was my post not clear?  

 

lmao


aahhh, clever sarcasm... OP, i assure you i am not a troll, just look at my status. if i were you, i would go for a Capital Bank OpenSky secured. also some credit unions are willing to offer secured credit products to high risk customers.


Scott Smiley Happy.

 

Now I'm the one missing sarcasm apparently.  650 mortgage score may not be at your laudable gold-plated level, but it's not exactly pre-paid/secured worthy either.

 

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@dealer

 

Well, u certainly did a good job of selling it to us..........cz, it did kind a come off as.......well u no,

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Smiley Mad


cqdealer711 wrote:

In a span of 5 days:

 

Continental Finance, "Matrix" card

First Premier Platinum Card

Republic Finance 

Mobiloans

 

all sent me nice little offers in the mail.

 

I must be doin' somethin' right!  Smiley Wink

 

 

EDIT:  oh and i forgot about union workers credit union!  


That sucks..I'm jealous. I've been eyeing that Continental Card for a while... I heard you're guaranteed a whopping $200.00 credit limit to begin with. Minus a few fees of course...


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cqdealer, since I poured all my knowledge into on the rebuilding forum. I say you take the Matrix offer and you buy me a nice dinner. Taco Bell is cool with me.....Interest rate won't be as bad on a low dollar dinner!!Smiley Tongue

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Re: My credit must be getting better....


cqdealer711 wrote:

In a span of 5 days:

 

Continental Finance, "Matrix" card

First Premier Platinum Card

Republic Finance 

Mobiloans

 

all sent me nice little offers in the mail.

 

I must be doin' somethin' right!  Smiley Wink

 

 

EDIT:  oh and i forgot about union workers credit union!  


Geeze these offers are so good it is tempting.  I would get them and buy a nice shirt, something with a pocket on it.


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Re: My credit must be getting better....

I know my credit has approved to the point of having good cards like Citi DP and Chas Freedom for more than a year now, but I still do get the occasional Credit One or First Premiere offer in the mail.  Obviously they're going right in the trash, but I hope I shouldn't feel discouraged about the mere offers Smiley Happy

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