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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by brichri13, Jun 3, 2001.
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No not really, alot of people did. When I came to this board about a year ago, credicorp was the hot topic. In fact, I think there even might be a separate section at the top where it's featured as a credit alert (just checked...yes it is). Just remember, if it's too good to be true, it probably is. If you can't get a $10,000 card from any of the "top" banks in the country, then any one you might get from an "iffy" bank (or any other sort of unknown company giving credit) probably has too many strings (and fees and ifs and buts) attached.
Some have been asked for membership fees of $149.95.
Some of the catalogue shopping cards are $15,000 credit line.
You also have to pay a 30% deposit with your order.
On top of all this, your name, address and phone number will be sold to other telemarketers with the label as "a live fish".