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Re: think my secured card has become unsecured. not sure though..


finsfan07 wrote:

Big blue A couple months later like in May I got another secured card through capital one. Paid 49 and got $200. That's all I got, but this month capital one raise my credit limit to $300. But yeah those are all my cards, just these  two.

And sailor mercury should I contact bank of America to ask if any changes has occurred with my interest rate?


Id be more interested about getting switched to rewards and CLI then interest rate.

and you just have these 2 credit cards and have almost a year of history, might be time to do an app spree!

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Re: think my secured card has become unsecured. not sure though..

Congrats on graduating to an unsecured card Smiley Happy

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Re: think my secured card has become unsecured. not sure though..

Credit addict, I was switch to rewards card about 3 months ago. One day as I was on the phone talking with them about something unrelated, they asked me if I wanted the rewards card. I asked them if they're was a hard inquiry pull, they said no. So I accepted lol
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Re: think my secured card has become unsecured. not sure though..

 


finsfan07 wrote:
Credit addict, I was switch to rewards card about 3 months ago. One day as I was on the phone talking with them about something unrelated, they asked me if I wanted the rewards card. I asked them if they're was a hard inquiry pull, they said no. So I accepted lol

Hmm. I should call them and ask them if I could switch to rewards card. My secured card recently graduate. I just don't want it to be a HP

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Re: think my secured card has become unsecured. not sure though..


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finsfan07 wrote:
Credit addict, I was switch to rewards card about 3 months ago. One day as I was on the phone talking with them about something unrelated, they asked me if I wanted the rewards card. I asked them if they're was a hard inquiry pull, they said no. So I accepted lol

Hmm. I should call them and ask them if I could switch to rewards card. My secured card recently graduate. I just don't want it to be a HP


Product Changes are not HP with Bank of America, just CLI and combining multiple accounts into 1.

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