11-30-2007 10:40 AM
blazzinbird wrote:I got a call from cap one last night wanting to verify my income. So what could this mean???
11-30-2007 10:45 AM
Ok- it just means they are taking extra steps to verify some stuff. Not a bad thing. Did they ask you to send any forms or just questions over the phone?
blazzinbird wrote:I applied for a new card with them over the weekend. I want to get rid of several of my cards. Want to go to 2 cards. So I get a call last night asking to verify my income.
11-30-2007 10:50 AM
11-30-2007 11:04 AM
11-30-2007 01:12 PM
netpanther wrote:If they aren't costing you anything you may not want to close them. And the one w/ the high apr- if they won't lower just sockdrawer it and dust it off 2x a year to keep the CL open. It is up to you but closing accounts can actually hurt you if it makes a big diff. in your avg. age and/or utilization.
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