Help with Circuit City credit card?

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    • #209891
      Anonymous
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      As everyone knows circuit city is going out of busines, ok my question is were do you go to pay your bill online since i cant go to the store anymore? Like what site is it? can anyone give me the link becuause i cant find it…really appreciate it

    • #286914
      Asa Tenney
      Member

      You should get information in the mail by the new provider i.e. Chase

    • #288130
      Anonymous
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      Circuit City credit cards are administered by CHASE.

      The website does not work anymore but you can call them at 1-800-477-6761

    • #323498
      Anonymous
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      if you happen to be able to get a new credit card, start by chargin small amounts on it and pay the full amount on it every month. If you still have to pay on any previous credit that you have out, make sure you make the full monthly payments and send them in on time. After 1-2 yrs, your credit will slowly start looking better. If you don’t make regular payments or are late every month, your credit will still be miserable. Bank rupts stay on your credit for up to 10 yrs so be sure to make those payments to improve the outlook

    • #444642
      Anonymous
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      if you happen to be able to get a new credit card, start by chargin small amounts on it and pay the full amount on it every month. If you still have to pay on any previous credit that you have out, make sure you make the full monthly payments and send them in on time. After 1-2 yrs, your credit will slowly start looking better. If you don’t make regular payments or are late every month, your credit will still be miserable. Bank rupts stay on your credit for up to 10 yrs so be sure to make those payments to improve the outlook

    • #323499
      Anonymous
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      The people with the best scores have credit available to them that they don’t use

    • #444643
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      The people with the best scores have credit available to them that they don’t use

    • #323500
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      What’s so great about debt???? That’s a plan you’ve already tried, so why would you think any different results would come from getting back into debt????

      Take this opportunity to remain debt-free. Start saving every payday FAITHFULLY. Get an emergency fund of 4-6 months expenses in the bank and available. Make a budget. Turn it into a financial plan.

      Good Luck

    • #444644
      Anonymous
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      What’s so great about debt???? That’s a plan you’ve already tried, so why would you think any different results would come from getting back into debt????

      Take this opportunity to remain debt-free. Start saving every payday FAITHFULLY. Get an emergency fund of 4-6 months expenses in the bank and available. Make a budget. Turn it into a financial plan.

      Good Luck

    • #323501
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      Your credit rating is highly based on your credit history. Therefore, you need to establish some positive history to offset the bankruptcy. I would advise you to get a credit card (if possible) and just charge a few things per month (gasonline, for example). Pay the full balance off every month on time. Eventually, this trend will help your credit score. If you’re strapped for cash at the end of any month, be sure to pay off the items that hit your credit score first (loans, credit cards, some utilities).

      I would also suggest building up an emergency fund, comprised of about 3-6 months of regular living expenses. Put this in a separate bank account (preferably something that earns interest). You’ll learn to live without this money if you don’t have regular access to it.

      Hope this helps!

    • #444645
      Anonymous
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      Your credit rating is highly based on your credit history. Therefore, you need to establish some positive history to offset the bankruptcy. I would advise you to get a credit card (if possible) and just charge a few things per month (gasonline, for example). Pay the full balance off every month on time. Eventually, this trend will help your credit score. If you’re strapped for cash at the end of any month, be sure to pay off the items that hit your credit score first (loans, credit cards, some utilities).

      I would also suggest building up an emergency fund, comprised of about 3-6 months of regular living expenses. Put this in a separate bank account (preferably something that earns interest). You’ll learn to live without this money if you don’t have regular access to it.

      Hope this helps!

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