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Author: Makatak One star, 50 posts Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 308883  
Subject: Re: A FLEET of trouble Date: 9/27/2000 11:46 AM
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Congratulation on paying off that much debt since January! $10k is impressive. :)

It sounds like Fleet needs to go. Are you eligible for membership in a credit union? My experience is that a credit union will go farther towards offering good rates on credit cards and auto loans than a large bank. They might offer low (or no) fee checking also. Don't get me wrong, the interest rate they charge has crept up as Greenspan has raised rates, but I'm still happy with my rate and I can't imagine my CU raising my rate by 14% for any reason *knock on wood*.

Makatak, who doesn't work for a CU, he just likes his. :)
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