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    BusinessStudent
    Need a new credit card with 2,000 limit
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    • 2nd Oct 07, 11:54 PM
    Need a new credit card with 2,000 limit 2nd Oct 07 at 11:54 PM
    Hey all. I currently have the &more card which is 10% apr *employee apr rate (has just finished the 0% interest for a year) - I have about 1000 on there that i owe with a 3,000 limit.

    I need to get myself a new high speed computer for 2,000 - I have applied for another credit card (Halifax) and they have said i would have a limit of 1,000 which is no good.

    Can i expect to get a new card with a limit of 2,000 ?.

    Also can someone confirm this - IF i buy the computer on the &more card will the i be charged interest of 200 for the year (10% apr) which is divided by 12 months = 16.66 interest per month (or about) ? - just want to make sure this is right before i consider buying the computer on my current card.

    Thank you!
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