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Newegg credit being taken over by Comenity

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Got a letter in the mail saying Comenity is taking over Newegg accounts. That's a big boo from me. I loved that hidden trade line. Guess my UT is going to go up....

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OH NO!!! I didn't even THINK of that!!! My MacMall and NewEgg cards are both near maxed right now! I only let it happen because they're hidden!!! OMG this will kill my utilization if they start reporting!!! :swoon:

 

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OH NO!!! I didn't even THINK of that!!! My MacMall and NewEgg cards are both near maxed right now! I only let it happen because they're hidden!!! OMG this will kill my utilization if they start reporting!!! :swoon:

 

(Edit: Bad auto-correct)

 

These must have really low APRs. Are you afraid that's at risk?

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OH NO!!! I didn't even THINK of that!!! My MacMall and NewEgg cards are both near maxed right now! I only let it happen because they're hidden!!! OMG this will kill my utilization if they start reporting!!! :swoon:

 

(Edit: Bad auto-correct)

 

These must have really low APRs. Are you afraid that's at risk?

 

OMG!

 

https://www.securecheckout.mypreferredaccount.com/paycapture-content/fetch?hash=MMS265PS&content=/neweggweb/nepawebtnc.html

https://www.billmelater.com/cm/pricing-addendum-macmall.html

 

You've maxed out two accounts with 25.99% APR? The interest must be killing you.

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OH NO!!! I didn't even THINK of that!!! My MacMall and NewEgg cards are both near maxed right now! I only let it happen because they're hidden!!! OMG this will kill my utilization if they start reporting!!! :swoon:

 

(Edit: Bad auto-correct)

 

These must have really low APRs. Are you afraid that's at risk?

 

If he's like me he takes advantage of the 0% offers. I've got a big one with newegg as my wife needed a desktop and laptop for school this year. (Bought desktop then two months later her laptop broke, crappy luck.) They have high interest but really no need to ever pay a dime in interest. Same with all the GEMB cards.

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OH NO!!! I didn't even THINK of that!!! My MacMall and NewEgg cards are both near maxed right now! I only let it happen because they're hidden!!! OMG this will kill my utilization if they start reporting!!! :swoon:

 

(Edit: Bad auto-correct)

 

These must have really low APRs. Are you afraid that's at risk?

 

OMG!

 

https://www.securecheckout.mypreferredaccount.com/paycapture-content/fetch?hash=MMS265PS&content=/neweggweb/nepawebtnc.html

https://www.billmelater.com/cm/pricing-addendum-macmall.html

 

You've maxed out two accounts with 25.99% APR? The interest must be killing you.

 

Maybe not. Newegg offers promotional offers all the time.

 

http://promotions.newegg.com/Newegg/PA110708/

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No, both purchases were recent and under 12 and 6 months interest free.

Ahhh.. Thank god... :)

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