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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by joey123, Aug 8, 2003.
anyone know any in the middle so to speak banks that will accept me.
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Is a home equity line an option? A small line would give you the best interest rate.
Otherwise, you're much better off going with a credit card. They'll give a lower rate than a personal loan at a bank.
As a last resort, I would try for a personal loan at a credit union.
yea i was thinking about the credit union route. However i dont belong to one and i dont know how to become a member. Most of them told me I have to be employed with a company thats a part of them. A home equity line is out because i rent...
I mean I know beneficial will give it to me. But Honestly I dont need the point drop on my scores that will subsequently come with there tradeline and personally Ive worked too hard on my credit to go that route. Know what i mean
as far as a credit card goes ....I have 2 right now and personally dont want anymore revolving debt ..Atleast until i get a raise..lol
I might just give fleet a call...Although ive heard they are extremely tough