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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by kenny, May 3, 2001.
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Who is first perimer?
I'm sure Kenny meant "First Premier".
kenny, do a search on this board for First Premier. You should find plenty of information. Good luck!
I had a card with them before I realized what a slow and expensive process it was going to be. If it was the only card you could get then good luck on the road to building credit. Keep it for a year and move up to a better sub-prime. After six months they offered me a $100.00 increase for a $25.00 dollar fee with a perfect payment history on the account.
Not the best deal in town, but the customer service is pretty friendly. I had no problems when I closed it.
Be aware that first premier sucks. My 1500.00 is still being held hostage.
That credit card is a rip off. When you get it 75 dollars is already charged to it for your fee. That leaves you a mere $ 175 for you to charge. This card in my opinion is not a good choice. But if it's all you can get I guess you have to start some where. Why don't you try to get a secured card from capital one.