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  1. Did you know the judgment existed? They can usually be renewed for several years. Interest accrues the whole time as well. I'm sure they're going to stick w/ the garnishment as they're sure they'll get the money.
  2. Who wouldn't pay $16.22 to get a $25.00 GC?!?
  3. Does your husband have any cards that he could add you as an AU?
  4. Do you have any open, positive tradelines on your report? I'm guessing you have something as you have scores. I'd think carefully about applying for cards at this point. Don't apply for something just to get a tradeline and score boost. Only apply for cards that you want and will use. I'd skip store cards at this point. Having said that, applying for 3 cards now may not be a bad idea. After 6 months, and hoepfully a few CLIs, you can think about adding more (if you find some that you want and will use).
  5. I bought a golf shirt on sale. My net cost was just under $20 after Ebates.
  6. Can you increase the deposit (and thus the credit limit) on your current card? Who is the issuer? You should also open 2 more cards.
  7. The only way to know for sure is to apply. Amex doesn't seem to pull for most if still on the BL. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. I think SCM is Super Credit Man. Search for one of his old threads.
  9. Permanently glued Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I just got mine too. Does anyone know if they're issuing all cards non embossed with the number on the back now? If so, I'd get my others replaced. The flat cards are much more wallet friendly. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Make sure you have a plan to meet all of the minimum spend requirements so you can get the SUBs.
  12. I was thinking the same thing. Aren't you paying interest from the moment you withdraw the money?
  13. If you have a card that you're carrying a balance on a promo BT, I would not recommend also using this card to make purchases. You lose your grace period on purchases, and you may wind up paying interest. You need to read the fine print to see how they allocate payments, as most will apply your payment to the BT balance, thus causing you to be charged interest on your purchases.
  14. No, because it's not close to factual information. Two minutes of simple research show that JPMorgan doesn't even own the boat. Clients of JPMorgan Asset Management are the owners. More to the point, I don't see how this post has anything to do with CreditBoards. I'll just leave the insults that you constantly hurl at people out of it.

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