04-29-2008 10:12 PM
04-29-2008 11:18 PM
Ok, i was approved for the BoA 99/500 card, well i have several collections and want to know if this is a good idea to do, here is what is all on my report:
$144 doc bill (old)
$189 comcast bill (new this year)
$138 att bill (new this year)
$357 doc bill due to fall off 12-2008
$886 Credit card due to fall of 1-2009
$854 cingular bill also due to fall off 1-2009
Ok i am thinking of using the $500 to PFD the
$144 doc bill,
$189 comcast bill,
and the $138 att bill,
Is this a good idea to do with the BoA 99/500? Any suggestions would help thanks
04-30-2008 04:22 AM
04-30-2008 08:49 AM
04-30-2008 08:51 AM
04-30-2008 09:01 AM
04-30-2008 09:04 AM
Wow i didnt know that, how did you figure that? well what if i charge 1 collection to my credit card, then immediately pay the credit card off and just do it 1 at a time, would that be better? no i dont need to apply for anything i was lucky to get the BoA 99/500 card.
04-30-2008 09:14 AM
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