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Re: What is ERT?

wreith wrote:

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Ha ha ha


We help make goals come true along with better cards and higher limits

Well I am planning on not apping for anything until at least Jan, then I'll try for a Slate card for a BT.  My scores should be higher and I should get a nice high limit card from the chase for the BT.  I currently have around $2.5K on a 0% apr with Discover but I want to move it from there in Jan and bring that card back down to 0% util.  I should be down to just that one card floating a balance and possibly buying a new car.

We sure are:smileywink:

And if you would like help getting to your goals then just check into the garden for help. We will be more than happy to asist you:smileyhappy:

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