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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Lucardarus, Apr 13, 2000.
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I have a Providian card. They charge a very high interest rate. They have not even sent me a teaser rate. The account has now gone unused for several months. They have not acted like my other creditors. Other than their high rates and slow to raise limits, they are OK.
Providian's rate is higher than most, although I have seen posts on here where
the customer has asked them for a lower rate and got it. One I remember asked for a lower rate and was declined so he. He told them to close his account and they lowered his rate
to 17%. But I wouldn't recomend trying that unless you are serious about closing. As
far as raising limits, I've had a providian
card for 2 years, I started with a $500
limit and in less than two years they raised
my limit to $5000 and a gold card. It sounds
like their not consistent with their raises.
Their customer service has always been friendly to us. But that's just our experience with them. Their alot better than
CCB in all aspects. Like I said this is just our experience with them.
Sometimes the only way to get them to budge is to threaten to terminate your relationship with them. If you are in a position to do without the account, call them up and ask to cancel the account. I'm virtually certain that you will be immediately transferred to a "retention specialist" who will ask you what your objections are and will have the authority to do things like lower the interest rate. Credit line increases typically require review of a credit report, but they may be empowered to raise your credit line some percentage without doing that.
If you agree to their offer, be sure to request that they send you a letter stating the new terms of your account. Check your next statement to ensure that the new terms are reflected on the statement. There might be a one statement lag if your request was processed on or near the statement closing date.
Hey !! You You !!! what you mean you get perfect credit? Come on please !!! ((^_&))
If you get Providian Credit Card , you ain't get no good credit history. Stop asking for another good credit card so you can own !! well you have to let Providian bank eat your interest first for couples of years before they can release you to Mr.American Gold Express card ,,What a fool you are ..Hahahah((^_*)0 hey you
What a moron. Too bad this imbecile (Down Low Nsx)has no life.
Or brains Kathie, sounds like our little
It must be Bimpy's friend. Bimpy can't spell quite that well!
It's the ALMOST. Thats why... lol
RE: Providian Visa Annual Incr
I too did not receive any type of increase from Providian until after I called them (8 months down the line) and pursued the matter. It seemed that every time I called Providian they were willing to up my credit only if I bought into one of their programs for $130-200...........they rep apologized and they increased my limit $1000 ---- that was back in December. Others I have talked to say they Providian does increase annually and sometimes every six months or so??? Is this annual increase come after 12 full months???