How to Stop Unwanted Credit Card Applications

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Try to stop unwanted credit card applications by sending the credit card company a letter or email, or calling them to ask them to stop. Prepare to continually receive credit card offers once you have just a single card with insight from the owner of a debt settlement company in this free video on credit cards.

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Hi, my name is Peter Repak. I'm the owner of Clear Financial LLC, a debt negotiation company. How to Stop Unwanted Credit Card Applications. Yeah, that can be a drag. Almost no way. You can call the credit card company to tell them to stop sending you. You can write them a letter, or you can send them an email. Is it really going to help you? No. Just as a fact, you do have a credit card. You do have a credit score. They will look that you do have a credit score, so you're a potential customer for them. They want your business, they want to make lots and lots profit out of you. So what they're going to do is, they're going to bombard you with a tremendous amount of applications, that most people, sorry, but most people do actually take on those offers. Stopping them, you can write letters. You can try to send them email. You can do a lot of stuff, but, they kind of got you once you start to have a credit card. And, of course, they want to have more and more business. Stopping it, that's the only way. My name is Peter Repak, I'm the owner of Clear Financial LLC, a debt negotiation company. Thank you for watching.


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