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ilovepizza wrote: Can be over 100 points if you PIF, maybe half that if you reduce it 50%. Message Edited by ilovepizza on 06-09-2008 04:51 PM
Are you suggesting that I pay most of the cards off (like all but the two large AmEx & the Target)? Or should I pay the most on the cards with the larger balances (like pay off the $12k AmEx and leave the others)?
Thank you for the assistance!!!
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