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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by poboy, Nov 2, 2000.
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Do you have any other cards right now and if so which ones? And how bad/good is your credit??
OOPS. Sorry about the last post. I do not have any other cards. My credit stinks. BK 99 (voluntarily dismissed after I decided not to go through with it), couple of judgements.
I like Providian. My suggestion, take the offer.
You're welcome ;-)
I would take the offer, it's a start
take that offer, for real.$49 is low for providian. sometimes they ask $89. '99 bk. take that offer for real. that gold card will have $1,000 limit in about 6 months knowing providian. TAKE IT.
RE: Hey, poboy
Thanks Roni. I'll put a money order in the mail first thing tomorrow. Any idea on how long it should take them to process it and send the card?
RE: Hey, poboy
it took me a while to get my providian card. it took about 3 weeks after applying. And by the way, this is a good move. Providian will do you right, if you do them right.
I also received a Providian Gold Card offer w/ a $500 limit, 23.99 apr and some kind of processing/annual fee. I have no credit either so I was thinking of taking the offer, even though they don't have a grace period =(
How soon do you think I can ask them for a lower interest rate, more grace period, and no/low annual fee? (I haven't sent them my money order yet...)