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06-26-2009 02:55 PM - edited 06-26-2009 02:57 PM
74king wrote: 'If this has offended you on other occasions my using this term or speaking in this manner, why are you just now speaking about this. '
i think the hope was that it wouldn't become a pattern. would you have rather i reported your posts instead of trying to be somewhat neighborly and approach you directly in a thread when it happened (again) and it became more clear that you either didn't realize or didn't care that some of your comments were somewhat offensive?
for eg. when you recently referred to someone as 'mental' and the post had to be removed due to its offensive nature? hmmm, but as you admit yourself it is a pattern, or as you say 'the way you speak'. sorry king, that doesn't make it OK. but you don't have to take my word for it, if you'd rather be spouting off to a mod.
i generally don't have time to be offended by the questionable behaviour of others, so no worries there. just kinda trying to look out for others, especially newcomers that may be slightly intimidated by your approach and those comments that you sometimes make that don't fall under your self assessed 99.9 helpful comment bucket
ps. kinda of surprised that you even blinked at any of my comments. guess you're one who can dish them out but not take 'em? do what you will with it but i aint mad atcha king just some food for thought from a fellow member.
I'm not going to get into a back and forth with you, I've stated what I wanted to state to you. Now you can do what you would like to do. If that means running to the Moderators complaining and informing about things that you don't like. Hey knock yourself out, I've broken no rules here.
As for that comment you referred to about "mental", well that was my opinion and I spoke facts and you know it. Maybe I was giving that person straight talk a tad bit too strong but I spoke the truth. And stated in the posting exactly what I was doing, you just didn't like what I had too say. My comment and another persons that agreed with me were deleted from that post.
Just let it go....
06-26-2009 03:32 PM
06-26-2009 03:41 PM
As for that comment you referred to about "mental", well that was my opinion and I spoke facts and you know it.
Opinions and facts can be, and very often are, two different things.
I think all people are asking you to due is give your opinion or state the facts without name calling. No one likes to be called unpleasant names (even if you believe it is justified).
06-26-2009 03:43 PM
meant to say:
"I think all people are asking you to do is give your opinion or state the facts without name calling. No one likes to be called unpleasant names (even if you believe it is justified)."
06-26-2009 03:45 PM
Well I get an email this AM with notification that my rate has increased from 6.74% to 6.99% plus prime (10.24%) effective my August billing statement. I've had the card since for almost 10 years now and this is my oldest credit card. I am to the point that I don't really care and I am thinking of closing it just because its not worth the hassle. I've had my credit slashed by more than half (Went from 20k to less than 5k) and they were chasing the balance for a while (which they stoped). I know that as soon as I pay the balance off they are going to close it for me so might as well be proactive.
The sad part about it is that had this happened a year ago I probably wouldn't have cared because I knew I was a huge risk, about 10-12 Inq, Fico was down to 630's, I got a new car and my util ratio was out of control. But in the last year I have had no new inq's, brought down my util about 50% and my FICO score just reported 690 on the 23rd.
I attempted to call amex and of course got the scripted "due to current economic crisis" line. I asked if they were thinking of the "long term business relationship". I asked if I could close my account to freeze the rate and she said they don't do that.
*END OF RANT* LOL Thank you for hearing me out.
06-26-2009 03:54 PM
I know... I am not going to close it, but it really bites when you pay everything on time and try to the responsible thing that they can't work with you. I have about another year before I get rid of my credit card debt.
I am however thinking of closing my HSBC card that is only about 3 years old and they lowered my CL to 307.00.
Can't wait to get back to the 760's-780's! One month at a time.
06-26-2009 03:58 PM
...I am however thinking of closing my HSBC card that is only about 3 years old and they lowered my CL to 307.00.
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