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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by JD, Feb 14, 2001.
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I would say you are ahead of the game.Negoiating with what credit cards you have is a strong sign that you are on top of it. Sometimes you can't get the best and that goes for sub-prime cards as well.Just look at it as a beginning.Establish yourself with these two cards and others will follow in time.Rome wasn't built in a day.Focus on having that discharge BK in '98 removed from your credit reports.Dispute and get deleted.BTW,welcome and as I always say: you will get some great advice and answers from this board
You got 1st Premier to lower the interest to 15.9? And they agreed to waive the monthly fee?
You sure had better luck than I did! Last week, when I canceled the card, the retention rep didn't offer anything! He tried, all be it half-heartedly, to talk me into keeping the card, saying that it was designed for credit rebuilding and, since I had only had the card a year, it would be in my best interest to stay with it for at least another six months. After all, I didn't have to actually use it and I could pay the monthly fees in advance, if I wanted to.
Yeah right! I'm gonna pay them cash in advance so that confounded company can make even *more* off of me? I don't think so!
1st Premier is now history! And I feel good all over again every time I think about it.
But I'm glad one of the 1st Premier reps gave you a reasonable deal. The card will help in rebuilding your credit.
Thanks. After reading the negative comments on the board regarding 1st Premier I thought it would be an uphill battle, so I was pleased with the success. The account rep I dealt with was very pleasant and actually gave me his extension to call back in April when another card I have with them would be eligible for a reduced rate. His name was Jeff ext.8408 at 1st P 800-987-5521 if anyone is interested.
Thanks. How easy is it to get the BK off my report. Is there any benefit to doing an online investigation rather than hard copy mail?
I had a bk removed recently from all 3 CRA's by disputing Equifax online and Eperian and Transunion by phone.
Are there any benefits to doing it over the phone?
what was the reason you gave the cra for wanting the bk removed.experian removed one but equifax wont I told them that I changed my mine and I did not go through with the bk, im still waiting on transunion.
RE: hey river
I just stated that it didn't belong to me.Short,sweet and simple. rolo wrote:-------------------------------what was the reason you gave the cra for wanting the bk removed.experian removed one but equifax wont I told them that I changed my mine and I did not go through with the bk, im still waiting on transunion.