If you're trying to payoff credit card debt, and reduce building balances, the best place to start is to figure out how much you owe and what percentage APR or interest rate you have. Once you know, you can begin calling your credit card companies to ASK them to lower your interest rate. Be sure to call when you're feeling strong and confident, so that you're less susceptible to intimidation.
Even if your credit score is low -- CALL and ASK. It never hurts to ask. If you don't ask, the answer is no anyway. Right?
If you're successful in transferring a balance to a ZERO percent interest rate, be careful not to pretend you've solved your debt problem. You still have the debt, and it still needs to be PAID OFF. Continue to throw as much extra money at it as you can, and pay them off as fast as possible. Stay mad at it. Stay committed to reaching your goals of a debt free life. You can do it!
If you're calling to cancel your credit card, be ready to be patient and possibly to defend your decision by repeating your request several times. "Yes, please, I'd like to close my account, thank you." You'll likely be bounced around to different people. They're hoping you'll get frustrated and hang up or lose your nerve. Don't let them convince you that you NEED them. All you need is to be debt free so that you're free to build wealth. Credit Cards will not help you reach that goal.
Payoff your credit cards from smallest to largest. The math on this may not seam logical, but it will help keep you motivated by giving you quick wins. It's inspiring to pay off credit card balances. It'll boost your confidence and make you feel empowered. You go girl (or boy!).
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I had 4 credit cards, until a month ago, I got a new Discover IT card. I had small balances on the others. I rolled all those balances to the Discover card, and closed the other cards. Yes, my credit will take a ding, but will rebound in a few months. I have my bank debit card and my Discover credit card. That's it. Some say it isn't responsible, but I disagree. Being more responsible with your income, and adjusting your finances is way more important than a credit score. We live in a society where cash is on its way out, but you can still save, and pay your bills. I will keep my Discover card, and probably pay my bills off with it and pay it off twice a months and bank up some rewards points.
When I was refinancing a mortgage at my credit union, they required me to have a session with a ( telephone ) credit counselor. ( I was in the Los Angeles area and the company I was talking to was in San Francisco ). I think it was free ( although the charge could have been buried in all the fine print in the mortgage signing/billing, i suppose ) It was one of the best hours on the phone I have ever spent. The counselor then writes a report to send to the credit union, which I got a copy of, and I guess it goes in the file - not sure what they do with it! The woman who was the counselor was really knowledgeable and very helpful, with lots of ideas, but most important, she made me feel empowered to be able to talk to these credit companies that I HAD to - I wasnt going yo get the home loan unless I straightened out some of my other debts.( I had told her I would become so stressed out when I had to talk to these people that I just couldnt handle it. ) So, there are companies that have free help, and even , I have heard, will talk to the "rough characters" for you.
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Personally, I don't think you need to protective yourself. You screwed up and pretty much owe money to the banks or someone else. Think of it this way, if you lend out 5k and expect the other person to pay you back, then of course, you would be upset if you weren't paid that amount. Interest and fees are just a part of borrowing money. Borrowing money is not FREE. It's a convenience to me, you and everyone else who has a credit card. They give you 30 days to pay back what you owe and if you cannot afford that payment, then you should not have borrowed it. It's really that simple. Do not borrow more than what you can afford. I don't think most people understand the simplicity of this and that's why most people should avoid credit cards. You walk a fine line when you are dealing with credit cards and only a few people understand that balance.
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