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  2. What do you do with the Trunow rewards? There are zero redemption options in either of our zip codes.
  3. cv91915

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  6. Yuda1718

    NFCU Balance Transfer

    I just spoke to navy federal credit union I was told using a cc convenient check is the apr of the purchase APR witch mine is 10.24% and it can be used up to the cash adavancd limitThe interesting part is that it pays me more to use this then the CLOC that is 15.24% apr wen When I use it sometimes for cash for a few days and pay it off right awayI assume that even though it’s a purchase apr it It has interest from the minute you cash a check?
  7. Yuda1718

    NFCU Balance Transfer

    That explains me Why are it takes forever for them in the payment to be posted how about penfed also do it manually?
  8. tiggerlgh

    one of these things is NOT like the other...

    This is similar to one I read the other day. They were complaining they may lose their home to foreclosure as they went three months behind on their mortgage to buy Christmas gifts for their kids and hoped to catch up in January.
  9. centex

    Making Money Online From College or Home?

    Do colleges and public schools not teach how many days are in a month anymore? I've had clients that were from India (and I have also played poker with people from there). Costs are NOWHERE near what they are in the States. You claim you need $100 to $200 per day...at 30 days per month, you are indeed claiming you need $3K to $6K per month. Even in the States, few people NEED that amount of money...
  10. nooneimportant

    NFCU Balance Transfer

    Thanks for the info, PotO. You saved me a phone call. I was wondering why Navy showed a balance but BOA doesn't yet show a payment.
  11. comes from https://www.chron.com/news/nation-world/space/article/I-feel-helpless-About-50-people-protest-13535012.php Living off of credit cards and being frugal are generally not compatible concepts. And then, when you have no job to go to, how do you manage to blow a deadline for your employer's credit union to get a zero percent loan? Some of these people just amaze me...
  12. Jmdorozco

    VA mortgage question

    VAloanmaster, Thank you for the information, it has been very helpful so far! Is there any advantage to applying with a local broker or bank as opposed to applying on line? (Rocket Mortgage or Quicken Loans, or one of those)? By advantage, I mean helping us with smoothing the credit challenges or concerns. I am about ready to choose a lender and get started, but I don't want to "waste" any hard pulls on our credit, I want to use the pull(s) wisely... Thanks again!
  13. My secured Merrick Bank account is my oldest card (3 years and 4 months) and my only account with a history missed payments (3 - 30 day lates). I've tried goodwill letters with them with no success so I'm ready to ditch this card and their fees. It's also my card with the lowest limit ($200). Without the card, my total available credit on my remaining three cards would be $8,600 (Amex - $1,500, Discover - $2,100, and Ally - $5,000). My only hesitation is that as it's my oldest card, I don't want to risk hurting my score by closing it. I've had my Amex and Ally cards for six months and my Discover card for 2 years. My score currently sits at a 705. I am not carrying any balances. So, when could I close it without taking a huge hit to my score?
  14. gobigorgohome

    NFCU Balance Transfer

    Does anyone know if you can make two transfers on the same card your trying to balance transfer? (e.g. one BT for 10 k from card 1, once payment to card 1 is done I transfer some navy cc debt to card 1 again and do one more transfer ?) It seems a majority of my credit lines are NFCU. The few external cards I do have don't have the highest limits, it would take a bit of maneuvering to get as much as possible on the 1.99% deal and aggressively pay down some debt,
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  16. A logo'ed debit card is STILL a sucky debit card. You lack the protections that come with real cards. GET A REAL CARD as quickly as possible.
  17. At 0:05 he reveals that he also gives business advice.
  18. cv91915

    Card recommendations

    There is no connection between getting a Chase Freedom card and being able to buy real estate in two years. If your FICO 8s are close to 800 your mortgage FICO scores should also be very good. Check to be sure, but your credit is probably already sufficient to qualify for a mortgage. There are separate financial requirements, of course. I'm just talking about creditworthiness.
  19. I couldn't make it all the way through. 3 minutes of my life I'll never get back. Guy is clueless as to the card benefits, and said you have to be invited to get one. What an idiot.
  20. I hope Paola unboxes better than she spells.
  21. hegemony

    FISERV to but First Data!!!!

  22. Glacier

    Card recommendations

    It would depend upon which issuer you are targeting. Citi, AmEx, Chase all allow you to check to see if you are pre-approved for cards. However, until you opt back in, nothing will show.
  23. Anyone who cannot extract more than the $500 in rewards and benefits from the card is not doing Platinum correctly...
  24. Government shutdown does absolutely nothing to impair his ability to file charges with a local law enforcement agency. Some people are simply too stupid to function in the real world...
  25. centex

    do kids inherit parents CC debt

    Again, it is very much a fact-dependent situation. Probate laws vary by State. And you STILL have not addressed whether you are trying to deal with the estate of someone who has passed or whether you are trying to engage in estate planning or whether this is simply some exercise in mental masturbation... MOST who pass don't have extensive debts...MOST older people abhor debt. The bigger issue for most is NOT credit-related issues but rather is the medical debt not covered by insurance or medicare. But in EVERY instance, the steps post-death related to payment of debts is going to fall at the feet of the executor/executrix of the estate.
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