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  1. Thanks guys for the replies.
  2. My brother in law was recently involved in a car accident by a drunk driver. He had injuries but not real serious ones. He was driving a 15 year old truck and it was totaled. The driver fled the scene and police arrested her at her home. She was charged with DUI and leaving the scene of an accident. My brother in law didn't have full coverage on his truck. Only what was required by law. He got a lawyer. After a few months went by the lawyer said she doesn't have any money so she can only pay you $30.00 per month !! Guess she didn't have full coverage either do to the age of her vehicle. I guess she doesn't own any property either. This doesn't seem right to me. He's out a vehicle, lost work do to his injuries and she only pays $30.00 per month. Even though she didn't have full coverage can't the lawyer go after her insurance company ? What do you guys think ? Thanks
  3. Thanks guys for the replies. She's going to wait at least 6 months before she tries to get approved for another CC. Capital One gave her a $500.00 increase so she is happy about that.
  4. She wants a rewards CC that gives her decent cash back on groceries, gas. etc. She does very little travel outside of the USA. Did a lot of traveling while her husband was still alive. She does go to Hawaii every year to visit family. She pays her credit card balance in full every month to avoid interest. Thanks for the quick reply.
  5. My aunt until 19 months ago never had a credit card. She opened a secured Open Sky account with a $1000.00. 11 months ago she opened a non secured Discover Card with a $3000 limit but gave her 2 increases so now has a $3800.00 limit. 7 months ago she got a non secured Capital One Card. $4200 limit. Her FICO scores average out to 735. No derogs or late payments. She applied for a Chase Freedom Card but was denied because of limited credit. She would like to have 1 more card but doesn't want another denial. What card would you suggest ? She makes $48,000 per year. Thanks
  6. I'm trying to help my sister get some more credit cards. She presently has a Discover Card with $4000.00 limit. She has a secured card with $1000.00 limit. That card was her first CC that she got about 2 years ago. No other cards. She has no derogs of any kind and has 2 Inquires. Between her and her husband they make $72,000 per year. What cards would you suggest ? Thanks
  7. Only first timers ever buy firearms from Gander. They are at least 10 to 15% higher than most shops around here. I don't know where you are but here in Florida, Gander is 3-5% lower on handguns and ammo than other stores in my area. I have purchased 2 handguns from them in the last few months along with plenty of ammo.
  8. This doesn't add up. Where did you get those scores? Agree 100%. Remember the ONLY scores that count are FICO. A charge off and a tax lien that is ONLY 2 years old would NOT give FICO scores that high.
  9. I was helping an elderly friend of mine with paperwork that Social Security needed. EVERY piece of mail that Social Security sent him had his FULL Social Security number on. One time we went into the local SS office. As soon as you walk in there is a machine that you go to sign in. It wants your name, SS number, DOB.. Right next to this machine is a long bench where people sit waiting to be called. The bench is about 1 foot from the machine so the people sitting can watch you put in your total SS number and DOB. If I hadn't seen it with my own eyes I wouldn't have believed it. Totally insane.
  10. Vettecor

    AU Card ?

    I got an AU card for my wife because she doesn't have any credit cards. The card that arrived in her name has the exact same number on her CC as mine. I have a couple of questions regarding her new card. 1. Do all AU cards have the same CC number as the primary holder's CC ? 2. How long will it take until the CC appears on my wife's credit bureau reports ? She applied for a secured CC last night and we are waiting on the approval. Thank You.
  11. HAPPY THANKSGIVING !!!!!! They claim the "average" person will eat food that will add up to 4300 calories and over 200 grams of fat today alone. You know what I say about that ? ENJOY AND PIG OUT !!!!!!!!!!!!!
  12. Vettecor


    SWEEETTTTT !! Congrats on the approval.
  13. Don't worry I doubt they will need to run the app again. If there is a HP on her credit report the app should have gone through. The CSR may not have shown the app on her screen yet when your GF called or the CSR was mistaken. Give them a call and see what they say.
  14. Yeah, that's them. Who is Blaze ?
  15. What an awesome world, where I have to remember a PIN for each of my 32 credit cards! And I get no direct benefit! If you have a chip and pin card and you lose it, no one would be able to use it at a retail location. You don't see that as a direct benefit? Credit card users aren't responsible for fraud now either. It's more secure for the CC issuers, but makes no difference in liability for the consumer. Having to remember 32 PINs would be insane. Of course you won't have to pay for fraudulent charges on your account. But does that mean you want to have to deal with the hassle of having to deal with the CC company of getting such charges removed. Then you have to change your credit card number. Update any linked auto pay accounts. The consumer eventually pays for fraud with higher rates and fees. So the less fraud committed the better. Having 32 credit cards seems a little much. Does someone really use 32 cards on a daily basis or even a monthly basis? Keep a file at home with all your pin numbers and if you want, use the same pin number for your mostly used cards if it's really that hard to remember the numbers. I totally agree having 32 cards or more is a bit much. I have 14 cards and I'm starting to realize that I don't need that many cards. I charge quite a bit but keeping track of what card I used and when I used it gets old. I know there are people here that have 100 or more cards and IMO that's insane. Can you say ADDICTION ? That said, if it makes you happy go for it.

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