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Re: Your worst and best credit card

Worst would have to be my Penfed card lol. I love my gas rewards, but the limit is ridiculous and I have to pay them two or three times a month. Best would be my Discover. Their customer service has always been nothing but outstanding and aside from the home improvement quarter the rewards are great. 


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Re: Your worst and best credit card

Interesting question lol.

 

Well my worst I would have to say was Orchard which charged me a $79 annual fee , and FP with a $7 month  fee.   Well my best now I am not really sure.  It would have to be between CSP , Amex , or my BOFA cash rewards.



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