Will my credit score drop after switching to no-fee credit card?
Date: Fri, 09/13/2013 03:25
I have a credit card with a major bank. I have been using this card for a long period of time. I have been paying a good amount on the fee for many years. I'm feeling that the fee is too much and so I'm planning to switch to a no-fee credit card with the same bank. My credit score is excellent and I'm planning to buy a condo in Union Springs. Will there be any significant impact upon my credit score because of this move?
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