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Waiving your Annual Fees - JB Fernandez - 02-03-2018

When you owned a credit card that is constantly been used in any transaction. Don't forget to huddle with your bank provider to waive your annual fees. It is very important because it can save you some money yearly.


RE: Waiving your Annual Fees - kaisantos2229 - 02-04-2018

Maybe it can help but I think it will only add penalties and more interests. And I don't think it will help you save more money in such a way. I think waiving is okey but don't do it too often if possible.


RE: Waiving your Annual Fees - Martinsx - 02-04-2018

(02-03-2018, 11:15 PM)JB Fernandez Wrote: When you owned a credit card that is constantly been used in any transaction. Don't forget to huddle with your bank provider to waive your annual fees. It is very important because it can save you some money yearly.

I completely agree with you on this note, it sure helps the credit card owner manage the credit card debt and how to pay it off but in truth it's not something to be always encouraged because it's not always good to keep doing it over and over again. It's best not to use the credit card for virtually all transactions one is doing in order to make paying of the credit card annual debt easier for the credit card owner.


RE: Waiving your Annual Fees - aecel - 02-04-2018

Yes, I totally agree as much as possible ask to waive your annual fees because you can save money from it. I'm sure if you're a good cardholder and has high credit scores they won't refuse your request because they rather want to retain a good cardholder than to let them go.


RE: Waiving your Annual Fees - kgord - 02-04-2018

I am not sure how many cardholders would be willing to waive their annual fees but it doesn't hurt to ask. it can be an option for some though, and if there is a possibilty of getting your annual fees waived you should probably do it rather than pay them.