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Need Sony/GE, just paid off GE Money for sewing machine account

Thinking of getting a Sony/GE Money card for a new laptop. I need one with a 64 bit processor.

 

I just paid off my GE Money for my sewing machine store account. Has anyone had two different GE Money cards, and are they likely to give the same interest rate and give a second card or close the first one before they do? The one I just paid off was a good rate 10%.

 

 

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Re: Need Sony/GE, just paid off GE Money for sewing machine account

I just got a Paypal MC about a month ago with a 3k limit and last week applied and got a Walmart store card for 700 dollars both issued from GEMB. So I think you have a good chance. Both my highest limits also.

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