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Makin_the_Climb
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Registered: ‎02-13-2009
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Should I opt back in??

I opted out when I was house hunting last year, and now that I have my home I was thinking maybe I should opt back in to see what kind of CC offers I get. Should I? Is it a good or bad idea?

I am hoping to get a couple of "prime" CC's to throw into the mix as soon as I can get my util down a little more. Who knew there was so much stuff you need when you first buy your own home!

 

Thanks for any input you can give me!


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Goal Score: 800 across the board with utilization down from 28%


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Shogun
Posts: 12,952
Registered: ‎04-15-2011
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Re: Should I opt back in??

I'm opted out and staying opted out!!!  Do you really need to buy all that stuff on credit?  Just thinking, but congrats on your new home!


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