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As much as I want to, I won't

April 15th, 2008 at 06:13 am

I decided over the weekend (after hearing back from all three of you) to do the unthinkable and take some money from my vast savings to pay off a wee bit of my vast debt. This will give me a little bit of breathing room and allow me to speed up my debt snowballing, plus will free me from Chase forever. (My husband assures me that when I'm old and decrepit he'll support me with his vast retirement, so that was an added incentive.....)

So, yesterday I called Vanguard and got the ball rolling on the payout. I did have to switch my remaining 401K to an IRA to make all this happen, but I should have the check in my hot little hands by the end of the week and be a little bit less in debt by next week.

When I got back from running yesterday, I had a message to call Chase. Apparently they have an answer to

Text is my request last week not to raise my interest rate. and Link is http://compulsivedebtor.savingadvice.com/2008/04/11/finally-something-other-than-the-challen_37695/
my request last week not to raise my interest rate. I wrote the number down and then went on my merry way -- determined not to call them so that I wouldn't start second guessing myself if they suddenly said they love me and want me to be their friend forever so they won't start messing with my interest rate (YEAH RIGHT......)

It then ate at me all afternoon -- I so wanted to know their answer. However, my husband told me just to leave it alone and wash my hands of them so I burned the phone number last night.

I won't call. I won't call. I won't call. I won't call.....

3 Responses to “As much as I want to, I won't”

  1. Carolina Bound Says:

    Thatta girl! Get rid of that debt!

  2. sagegirl Says:

    The image of you lighting a sacrificial fire and burning the number makes me laugh! Smile Good job on the resolve to see your plan through. I am sure you will feel much better about the situation.

  3. 76Chick Says:

    See, I would call - just to feel the triumph - and then pay the card off. You are much stronger than I! lol... I think that should save you a huge chunk of monthly payments. Congrats on your decision!! Big Grin

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