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Old 12-13-2008, 11:46 PM   #21
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Heh, I got a letter last week from bank XXX stating that my XXX credit card was now owned by YYY and since I hadn't used the card in over a year they were cancelling it. I obviously wasn't a profitable customer and don't really care, but I wonder how many people getting these letters are really hurt by it.

I got the same thing and I was torqued because I only had the card to keep an eye on my FICO score, one of its benefits (I guess the only one) was that I could check every month or get an email alert if it changed.

I would have charged a pack of gum once a year to keep it open but no such chance, just closed...goodbye
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Old 12-14-2008, 04:21 AM   #22
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Originally Posted by OAG View Post
I got a letter a few weeks back from Chase. In the letter they, in paragraph, 1) thanked me for being a good and loyal Chase customer. In paragraph 2) they told me they were canceling a Credit Card I have not used in two years. In paragraph 3) they hoped I would avail myself to some of their other services in the future. Banks, I think they are all going nuts.

I received the same letter from Chase.I applied for a cc with a different company over the phone and received instant approval,without stating income.I rarely use cc,but I like to keep several accounts open,to maintain a high fico score.It actually went up,possibly due to a higher limit on the new card.Thanks Chase!
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Old 12-14-2008, 09:28 AM   #23
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In some cases they are slitting their own throat. When you're struggling because borrowers can't pay you back, you make it harder for them to pay you back?
Makes perfect issuer is getting a bigger slice before you completely stop paying everyone
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