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Raymour & Flannigan

OK so I broke down and applied for a Raymour credit card.  They came back with an off of $3000K but I have to put 50% down.  Anyone ever heard of this?
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charrbrad wrote:
OK so I broke down and applied for a Raymour credit card.  They came back with an off of $3000K but I have to put 50% down.  Anyone ever heard of this?

Based on the Google search i just did...this company is some Bull#3*t Sounds like a scam, so you put down 1,500 and they will add what 1,500 Never heard of it.

 

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Re: Raymour & Flannigan

It appears that the credit card is issued by Wells Fargo Financial Bank.  Interest rate is 23.9%.  Quite frankly, at that interest rate, why would you want to accept the finance?
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