05-02-2007 06:19 PM - edited 05-02-2007 06:24 PM
05-05-2007 05:41 PM
05-07-2007 06:21 PM
05-08-2007 04:13 AM
Yes. IMO, 1-9% util is ideal.
Thank you for your anwser. So under 10% is better than under 30%? And keeping some balance is good idea, since I have $0 balance last 3 months and TU stoped reporting. It's also funny how they update almost instantly when you are late, but my C1 card stil reports what was charged in Jan, even tough I have paid balance in Feb.
05-11-2007 07:59 AM
cinoeye wrote:Is it to late to charge CC now.I'm shoping for a house at the begining of next month?Should I charge it now, and week before I go ask for an update of my limits?
05-11-2007 11:15 AM
05-11-2007 04:05 PM
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