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It's Raining Credit Card Checks

January 15th, 2007 at 07:37 pm

A few months back I paid off all of my credit cards (except one which I am working on now). Anyway, I went to the post office today and what did I find in my box? Not one, not two, but envelopes from FOUR of the credit cards I had paid off each with a a half dozen "checks" that I could use to easily withdraw funds from my credit cards.

Apparently paying off credit card debt and no longer being at the mercy of these companies sends them into a tail spin and they immediatly try to woo you back into indebtedness. Are they INSANE? Do they think I WANT to be up to my ears in debt? I realize that their CEOs may not get to remodel their decks this year or trade up to the newest Mercedes because I won't be paying all of that interest and the occassional overlimit or late fee but they will just have to get over it. I know I am over being in debt.

6 Responses to “It's Raining Credit Card Checks”

  1. Amber Says:

    lol...good for you by staying strong. I paid mine off last month and got tons of new offers, lol

  2. baselle Says:

    I just giggle as I put them through the shredder. Big Grin

  3. LuxLiving Says:

    Good for you on the NO DEBT stance!!!

    You can call them and ask them to stop sending them. I do! I'm tired of wearing out my shredder on them!

  4. boomeyers Says:

    Woo hoo! I love it when the DEMONS go into a tailspin! Way to go!

  5. Personal Finance Guide 101 Says:

    hello MsS,

    Finally you got rid of debt and you got your peace of mind back too....

    Publilius Syrus quotes “Debt is the slavery of the free”

  6. tener Says:

    here's an idea, sometimes they offer you an interest free balance transfer, it could be a chance to take advantage of them.

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