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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by niecy25, Feb 16, 2001.
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1.You can have two secured cards. yes.
2. They told me no, no extra money at all unless they invite you to do so. ??
3. They gave me a unsecured gold card after 9 months of the program. Benefits? to me none, higher yearly fee i spose.
its an ugly GOLD card with the words GOLD written all over it, in case you don't know what GOLD color is?
Why don't you apply for FCNB Bank or Providian instead. I have heard that they are goog with credit increases.
By the way is the same to have Cap 1 Gold card or the classic!. The Same interest rate, anual fee, low limits, etc.
Gold is a bit better
39 fee not 59. started w/same baby 300 limit. 19.8 or so to start, but in 7 months I've worked it up to 1200, 13.9 interest, and I got half my annual fee rebated. If I could get them to just up the limit a bit more, it's actually then a good card. Grace period, of course.