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Re: Should I use the credit cards I have?

I called them yesterday and they moved my billing date to align with the other card.  That's a good start, I think.  Thanks for the tip.  I will certainly try the multiple payments when necessary.
 
Called Chase too, and they bumped my CL from 400 to 700.  I was looking for more, but every little bit helps.  I'm learning a lot from this forum and site.  Glad I joined-up.
12-14-07 EQ:688 TU:706 EX:718
03-01-09 EQ:703 TU:716 EX:734
07-16-09 EQ:703 TU:725 EX:731
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