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bilybear1 wrote << Can you pay one credit card off with another credit card each month? . . . bounce the balance back and forth each month between two credit cards . . . >>

I tried something like that once a few years ago & ended up getting burned when the timing got screwed up. Ended up paying finance charges on two cards - not a pretty picture.

BTW, I saw a post from someone who gets "convenience checks" that said they were counted as a purchase, not a cash advance. Hmmm... I think I would check the fine print very carefully every time I got them. More than likely they will switch to cash advance without telling you. We get those checks all the time and they are never counted as a purchase. They go straight through the shredder, of course.

Just MHO,
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