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Nordstrom – DIY Credit Counseling Repayment Plan Terms

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The following information is designed to assist you to put together a self-directed debt repayment plan with the creditor listed. This information has been obtained from a number of sources and while believed accurate at the time it was posted, it may have changed. However, it is good information to use to get an understanding of the types of things ... Read More »

More Bad News For Nordstrom and Target Credit Cards

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Store cards in good times are a good source of profit with their exceptionally high interest rates but in down times they can be an anchor around profits. Not only are store cards generally easier to acquire by people with lesser credit but they are often the first to go unpaid when there isn’t enough money to spread around. Target ... Read More »

Nordstrom Bank Wants to Freeze Part Of Your Account And Use Your Money Interest Free

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A particular little notice looks like it really caught the eye of myself and the brain behind CreditMattersBlog.com. He’s got an article titled “Nordstrom Bank May Not Give You Full Access To Your Available Credit For Up To 21 Days After A Payment Is Credited To Your Account” that is worth a look. Apparently Nordstrom’s is now saying that if ... Read More »

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