I thought CC companies were required to warn you before making changes to your account. I was checking on my wife's Chase card and they dropped the credit limit by 97.3% from last month. So far, no notice of that occurring other than online. We automatically charge the cell phone bill against it and pay it off each month just to keep it active, so it's a money loser to them. Oh well, looks like we'll be letting that card go idle since there's no point to keep it active. We might make some small nuisance charges on it and pay it off quickly just to annoy them.
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