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Cell service possible w/bad credit

rdm_24

Dec 2, 2003, 10:28 AM
For private reasons my credit is terrible, there is a bankruptcy on my account. Someone told me that SPCS has options for people w/bad credit? Anyone know anything about this?
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spcssales

Dec 2, 2003, 10:18 PM
It really truly depends on what "market" you are in. Some affiliates may still be waiving deposits. Most markets now require a 125.00 deposit(15% of deposit paying customer), 250.00 deposit (80% of deposit payers), or 500.00(5% of deposit payers) deposit. The percentages of course are an estimate. I have mostly seen 250.00 a few 125, but have yet to see a 500.00 deposit. This "option" you speak of is just a spending limit placed on the account. deposit paying customers will have a 125.00 spending limit on their account. When you reach or exceed this limit (billed and unbilled charges), your service is suspended until you pay it under 125.00. One credit class is allowed two lines, no deposit, and 200.00 spending limit. Good Luck! ...
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rdm_24

Dec 3, 2003, 8:52 AM
How would I find out for myself just contact SPCS, and I was looking on the website would a person w/bad credit be elligable for the 2 samsung a620's for 149, and could I get 2 lines on an account or not. Thanks in advance.
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spcssales

Dec 6, 2003, 2:18 PM
only way is to contact SPCS or go to a Sprint Store. You can also go to RadioShack. Credit has to be run before they can tell you how many lines you qualify for.
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