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Re: Should I get another card?


sleepless619 wrote:

Well, I checked my score on CK today and it jumped 14 points, so I decided to go ahead and apply. I was approved for a $500 CL with no annual fee!

 

I'm wondering wondering what I should do now though w/ Cap1. Do I call them and try to change the card, close the card and apply for an unsecured, or apply first then close? I wouldn't mind getting my $50 back and getting a higher limit than $200.


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Re: Should I get another card?

Congrats!

 

Stir clear of CreditOne. If you can avoid them, do it.

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Re: Should I get another card?


maiden_girl wrote:

Congrats!

 

Stir clear of CreditOne. If you can avoid them, do it.


x2 for both statements. 

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Re: Should I get another card?

Congrats on your approval!

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