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Releived: Accounts closed

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Thank you Credit board members for a wealth of information.


It's time to say good bye.

Relieved after closing accounts.


Merrick Bank ( July 2008) Limit: 1650 Annual Fee 96.00

Merrick Bank ( Hooters Card) ( Sep 2008) Limit: 1100 Annual Fee: 96.00

Capital One ( Feb 2009) Limit: 1000 Annual fee: 39:00

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Sad to hear you closed that C1 card.


Could have gotten the AF removed and a CLI from the EO and kept it open for decent age.

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I tried and called them 2 years in a row. no go


By "them," do you mean contacting the EO and not the number on the back of your Cap1 card?


Those two approaches might as well lead to two completely different companies.

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