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I may indeed have a chance to slip away from my two jobs this week. I wish to not leave home without my Capital One card while I go to Hillbilly Delaware .

However, it has been paid off and they owe me 1.15. I used it once at lovely WalMart, for 108 dollars, and immediately paid that balance off. This is the sole activity for this month, other then me paying and paying.

The closing date for the card is the 21st. I want to leave on the 20th. Is there some chance if I have a balance on the 21st, then (Cap One ) will do something untoward to me and make me angry, negating my mini-vacation?

If I get some giant interest bill, I will flip out. Now I am not going to the Harrington Delaware slots, and the most I would spend would be between 2 to 3 hundred dollars, including truck gas, a few nights at the infamous No~ Tell hotel, and the required shopping.

Am I safe from Capital One putting a hurt on me? They told me they would cut my interest down from the evil 20%, and it is down to about 14% now. However, they may lie.

wild :)
does not want to pay the high dollar interest.
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