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I may be reading your post wrong, but it sounds like you are doing more of the balance transfer game than actually making payments and getting your balances paid off. While it is very wise to secure the lowest interest rate possible, most of the problem with high debt is spending more than you make and not having a written budget. I would advise closing some of those zero accounts and then NEVER make any charges to a credit card again. Then, pay as much as you can toward your credit card balances. If you follow this routine, your balances will be knocked down no matter what the interest rate.

I would recommedn that you go back and read some of the provious posts. I post updates weekly. When you read thought them you will see that this month alone I have paid 1000, on top of my minimuns. So please do read it again....

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