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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by boomer, Jan 12, 2004.
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You should be able to change your address for ALL BILLS to a PO BOX...but it might show up on a credit report as a RED FLAG (NON RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS)
YOU CAN KEEP THE "LEGAL" ADDRESS AND HAVE A DIFFERENT BILLING ADDRESS TOO FOR THE CREDITORS
No problem. I have used a PO Box at Mailboxes etc. for years. In fact I am living abroad US. I received all kind of pre-approved offers, Bal transfer checks, etc. everytime.
one of my reports shows the PO Box address. but I have had no problem ever to pull them online or by mail or applying for credit.
Remember the good old PAT ACT, to keep terrorists from getting a $200.00 target card to stock up on supplys, you may need to use the physical address when you apply, and then change the address to the PO BOX.
Some companys may let you get away with applying with the PO BOX, but usually if you apply online you'll get an address error, or in the mail a provisional denial "we need your physical address to process your application."
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Jam237 is right. You should use a physical address with a telephone number when submit an application. Then you can change it to a PO Box address.
ThatÂ´s not true in all cases, For example I used my PO Box directly as showed on my credit reports when applied for Citi and BofA some years back and both were approved without questions or verifications.
Thanks for the responses. I will maintain my physical address but just want to use the PO Box as a mailing address to make sure I get ALL of my mail.
If you are going through Mail Boxes ETc. (now UPS store) you will get a non P.O. Box address it will be that buildings address then #_?_ I did that 2 years ago when I started building credit, because of anticapted moving I wanted a stable address for my bills so I got one and it works fine. I do however apply in a physical home address because the one on my CR is the one lived at the last 9 years and lenders like that. When I get my first statement I transfer over to the Mail Box address. Just yesterday I recieved 3 pre-approvals on cards I don't want at that address. Good question!