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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by kenny, Jan 27, 2001.
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thats the low end offers they have been giving. don't be suprised if she has little credit to get the $250 card limit, or ok credit $500 limit.
Read this one close. There may be a $6/mo. fee attached.
Yes, and it will probably come with an anemic, pathetic credit limit of $200 and lots of fees.
I agree with the other comments. However, last year I got a $3,000, no annual fee, 20.5% Capital one card after 20 months with a $1,000, $29 annual fee, classic card. Look at the ad carefully.
Providian gave me the same deal a few months later but the interest rate is 24%. I expect to negotiate that down soon.
Watch them for the annual fee thing, they'll usually mail you an offer for like $49 /year and offer you (when u call them) the same deal for $79/year.
they must make brownie points..
I just got the gold visa with $500 (woohoo) limit, and $49 year membership in decemeber.
i was charged a $4 member fee in december, i expect to get hit with the $49/yearly lump sum this month right?
I noticed that c1 was starting to charge monthly fees. A girlfriend was telling me about her offer. Doesnot that suck?
It's $4/month instead of $49/yearly.
In essence, it could be better than paying the lump sum at the beginning. since $49 out of $200 would be hard )