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Hello my name is David Malan i need quick cash car title loan can anyone please suggest me the lender name and number so can i get the loan.
My Chase Marriott statement cuts on the 26th. For September, that statement showed a horrific balance of $7900, on an $8,000 limit.
I was awaiting a large reimbursement which arrived a week later than I expected.
On October 1st, I paid that balance off in full, along with smaller balances on my two other Chase cards (they have statement closing dates of the 15th & 17th).
When I updated my reports today, all three Chase cards show with a zero balance, updated October 1.
I have never had a credit card update mid-month like that, but and I am thrilled I will not be showing that killer utilization all month.
Not sure if anyone else has experienced this from Chase, but they already had my banking business and were my two most used cards (Marriott and Amazon), but they just keep finding ways to earn my business.
When I look at how bad Lowe's sucks, as does Capital One, it is nice to have at least one credit partner you can count on.
Citizens Financial Group is offering refinance to those who have Federal Student Loans and a minimum of $10,000.00. Please visit the Wall Street Journal for more information: http://blogs.wsj.com/totalreturn/2014/09/16/student-loan-borrowers-have-chance-to-refinance-at-lower-rates/?mod=yahoo_hs
Here is the link to Citizens Financial Group: https://www.citizensbank.com/
As I always do on here, make sure you fully understand the ramifications of converting federal student loans into private student loans! Just be aware that private student loans DO NOT offer the same consumer protections as private student loans so you must weigh the pros and cons before going this route!
**This is for informational purposes only and I DO NOT endorse any company, products, or services***
I have not posted here in a while, and wanted to see if you can provide some input.
3.75% for an FHA 30 fixed with $290 a/month MIP
remaining balance about $285k
House worth about $350K
4.125% APR on a conventional, NO MIP
Refi Loan either for the balance, or with a $15k cashout
will this be worth it?
I have not applied yet, but my goal is to remove my MIP, and save those $290 a month on my monthly payment.
and wondering is also getting the cashout is a good option..