trumpet-205 wrote:My guess is First Premier, Credit One, etc.
Trumpet-205 and DavidNY thanks for your reply. Trumpet-205 the answer is no it is not one of them.
One of the 2 has APR disclosure agreements that range from 0% to 79,9%
The 35.9% card is a replacement of a replacement of my original card I opened in 2005.
Some of my original cards have been replaced by new banks taking them over.
One of the 2005 to 2007 cards was replaced by another only to have that one to close also.
Two more payments and this one is paid in full.
I had my landlord to move my rent payment day to the middle of the month so that I would have
full use of my money for at least 2 weeks before it starts to go other places.
I got a new card in 2010 because it did not charge interest on purchases.
For the 1st time I paid the balance off in full. Waking up uh!
Then I took a cash advance and used the balance to pay the electric bill.
This month I only paid 4 times the minimum payment.
Then I paid $600 for a new secured credit card. They came this morning and took
the money. So hopefully this new card will arrive before the middle of the month.
Because I need to make a few moves before the 24th.
I plan to pay the first card off every other month so it will line up with the electric bill.