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Re: What would you get rid of?

I think that is what I will do. Then my plan is to go for a discover card or something from BOA. Also does any one know if the chase card can be changed to a regular card? Will i ever be able to combine chase and WaMu to make one decent size cl?

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Re: What would you get rid of?

Some Chase co-branded cards can be converted; some can't.

They keep telling me that my Chase Borders Visa can't be changed. :smileysad: Not the end of the world; it's a great card for a co-brand.

The problem with a lot of co-branded cards is that the sponsoring store (or airline or whatever) makes it part of the deal that the card can't be swapped out.
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Re: What would you get rid of?

Fender what is a good CU to go with? Thanks every one for the help...

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Re: What would you get rid of?

i would do a search on here for cu

 

but also you can google these : 

 

Alliant

Patelco

Nasa

Justice Federal CU

Pentagon Federal CU

a local CU around your way

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Re: What would you get rid of?

NFCU is good if you qualify for membership, real easy to get credit with them, and nice CL.
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fender wrote:
NFCU is good if you qualify for membership, real easy to get credit with them, and nice CL.

Fender, how i would love to qualify for NFCU lol why oh why can i not be able to get into NFCU :smileyvery-happy:

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Re: What would you get rid of?

If you want it that bad, join the army!!

 

hmm.. dont want it that bad huh?   =P

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Actually i wanted to but unfortunately family sitiuations came about and family comes first. I was in ROTC in high school. I really wanted to attend military school but once again family come first. Today, i unfortunately don't want to admit it but i am too old to join now lol:smileysurprised::smileysad::smileyvery-happy:

 

But nonetheless i am happy with what GOD has brought me through and have now.

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My sister and her boyfriend moved in with us for a few months, I found out my sisters boyfriend was in the navy, and had an NFCU account.  I then found out that room-mates are eligible to join, and viola!  Go find you a NFCU member and have them move in with ya!!   :smileywink:

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