Goldstar Credit

Posted on Wednesday, July 11th 2007 10:33 am by menj in Offbeat

It is inevitable that in this modern-day era where electronic transactions are the norm, we regularly use credit cards and many of us could always use one more. There are many types of credit cards such as student credit cards, business credit cards and airline credit credit cards. Getting the best type of credit card type for you, however, is not on a whim but you can get some real good deals these days. So how do you get the better deal of your credit card out of these many choices?

Take a couple of minutes to check out this credit cards comparison website called Goldstar Credit which compares different types of credit cards side by side. The visitor is certainly spoilt for choice, but he must certainly weigh in the benefits of each credit card, before finally picking the one which is most suitable to his needs. This site can certainly help you in making that choice. You also can get reference on their pages on which type is most popular credit card according to their incentives.

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    • krow147 says:

      July 15th, 2012 at 11:11 pm

      hi i have a credit score of 760 gross income 70,000 nolate payments on anything spotless credit all requested documents have been sent the file went to underwriting 4 days ago what are the chances of an approval and how long will it take to close with goldstar financial in house underwriting.thanks for your time.
      Well its an FHA 203 k the home is 58,000 my monthly debt is around 900 to 1,000 paid faithfully every month i have no major credit cards i have a sears card paid every month i have 5,000 for closing i was told worse case scenario id need 2,275 but just to be safe i put extra aside.im just a little nervous from reading all the negative about buying a home and considering i need to close no later than Aug 1 that’s when my lease is up.
      Monthly income is around 6,000 maybe a lil more.
      everything has been remodeled they just finished the second full bath added a jacuzzi and everything its beautiful new eletrical and plumbing work no cosmetic or major issues

    • rndmaktn says:

      July 23rd, 2012 at 5:03 pm

      Getrude

      It was an average sunny Saturday morning, so average it was that no unnatural thought crossed Gertrude’s mind, as unnatural thoughts tended to do on the more overcast days (slitting her wrists and performing indecent acts with elephants only some of inexhaustible possibilities, many more absurd than others), and Gertrude rubbed some more peanut butter on her near blackened toast of white bread (which prior sat cold and damp and all alone and terrified {as last slices of bread would certainly tend to feel if permitted} in her five hundred litre oversized fridge {“Now that’s a big fridge,” her daddy would say laughing, as his man breasts would wobble like bags of jello in an earthquake”} that rattled and moaned at night worse than a two dollar hooker squashed under six hundred pounds of Bob the welder’s flabby cellulite) when a sound filled the room; a wave of constricting and dilating air molecules spread outwards from some distance in melodious sync like a million gay dancers flapping their arms in some unpronounceable Latino dance in a ball room competition, and so loud and unexpected it was that Gertrude ran to the door (almost suffocating from the near-inhaled piece of peanut butter which had a great chance of being fatal, or near fatal, as Gertrude had read some time ago on Wikipedia due to the peanut butter’s sticky properties), for a thought had struck her like lightening, a thought so certain and strong, one that it was the postman waiting by the door, in his yellow UPS uniform, and in his hands an inconspicuous cardboard box would await (one that would match an inconspicuous statement on her Visa credit card {for it had said on it: GoldStar Entertainment Inc. and nothing else, and in the lower right corner only $49.95 in blue writing, a memory of the withdrawn amount} and yet the lack of description had meant something, and bothered Gertrude slightly, it was a certain symptom of an online buyer seeking privacy and secrecy, what would she say if she was discovered?); but when Gertrude opened the door, nothing but the sickly smell of roses and little children riding bicycles brushed her pale, swollen face, and instantly all her dreams had crashed (not unlike her red sofa last September when she sat on it too fast) and she felt sad (sadness had filler her like a river of corpses flowing into the human soul mincer) and alone.
      The ‘mincer’ bit should be grinder. My mistake.

    • crzyinluv says:

      July 23rd, 2012 at 6:03 pm

      Getrude

      It was an average sunny Saturday morning, so average it was that no unnatural thought crossed Gertrude’s mind, as unnatural thoughts tended to do on the more overcast days (slitting her wrists and performing indecent acts with elephants only some of inexhaustible possibilities, many more absurd than others), and Gertrude rubbed some more peanut butter on her near blackened toast of white bread (which prior sat cold and damp and all alone and terrified {as last slices of bread would certainly tend to feel if permitted} in her five hundred litre oversized fridge {“Now that’s a big fridge,” her daddy would say laughing, as his man breasts would wobble like bags of jello in an earthquake”} that rattled and moaned at night worse than a two dollar hooker squashed under six hundred pounds of Bob the welder’s flabby cellulite) when a sound filled the room; a wave of constricting and dilating air molecules spread outwards from some distance in melodious sync like a million gay dancers flapping their arms in some unpronounceable Latino dance in a ball room competition, and so loud and unexpected it was that Gertrude ran to the door (almost suffocating from the near-inhaled piece of peanut butter which had a great chance of being fatal, or near fatal, as Gertrude had read some time ago on Wikipedia due to the peanut butter’s sticky properties), for a thought had struck her like lightening, a thought so certain and strong, one that it was the postman waiting by the door, in his yellow UPS uniform, and in his hands an inconspicuous cardboard box would await (one that would match an inconspicuous statement on her Visa credit card {for it had said on it: GoldStar Entertainment Inc. and nothing else, and in the lower right corner only $49.95 in blue writing, a memory of the withdrawn amount} and yet the lack of description had meant something, and bothered Gertrude slightly, it was a certain symptom of an online buyer seeking privacy and secrecy, what would she say if she was discovered?); but when Gertrude opened the door, nothing but the sickly smell of roses and little children riding bicycles brushed her pale, swollen face, and instantly all her dreams had crashed (not unlike her red sofa last September when she sat on it too fast) and she felt sad (sadness had filler her like a river of corpses flowing into the human soul mincer) and alone.
      The ‘mincer’ bit should be grinder. My mistake.

    • MexicanDude says:

      August 1st, 2012 at 7:36 am

      Getrude

      It was an average sunny Saturday morning, so average it was that no unnatural thought crossed Gertrude’s mind, as unnatural thoughts tended to do on the more overcast days (slitting her wrists and performing indecent acts with elephants only some of inexhaustible possibilities, many more absurd than others), and Gertrude rubbed some more peanut butter on her near blackened toast of white bread (which prior sat cold and damp and all alone and terrified {as last slices of bread would certainly tend to feel if permitted} in her five hundred litre oversized fridge {“Now that’s a big fridge,” her daddy would say laughing, as his man breasts would wobble like bags of jello in an earthquake”} that rattled and moaned at night worse than a two dollar hooker squashed under six hundred pounds of Bob the welder’s flabby cellulite) when a sound filled the room; a wave of constricting and dilating air molecules spread outwards from some distance in melodious sync like a million gay dancers flapping their arms in some unpronounceable Latino dance in a ball room competition, and so loud and unexpected it was that Gertrude ran to the door (almost suffocating from the near-inhaled piece of peanut butter which had a great chance of being fatal, or near fatal, as Gertrude had read some time ago on Wikipedia due to the peanut butter’s sticky properties), for a thought had struck her like lightening, a thought so certain and strong, one that it was the postman waiting by the door, in his yellow UPS uniform, and in his hands an inconspicuous cardboard box would await (one that would match an inconspicuous statement on her Visa credit card {for it had said on it: GoldStar Entertainment Inc. and nothing else, and in the lower right corner only $49.95 in blue writing, a memory of the withdrawn amount} and yet the lack of description had meant something, and bothered Gertrude slightly, it was a certain symptom of an online buyer seeking privacy and secrecy, what would she say if she was discovered?); but when Gertrude opened the door, nothing but the sickly smell of roses and little children riding bicycles brushed her pale, swollen face, and instantly all her dreams had crashed (not unlike her red sofa last September when she sat on it too fast) and she felt sad (sadness had filler her like a river of corpses flowing into the human soul mincer) and alone.
      The ‘mincer’ bit should be grinder. My mistake.

    • jag43216 says:

      August 1st, 2012 at 4:38 pm

      i have recently gone online and purchased 2 general admission tickets for blink 182 from http://www.goldstartickets.co.uk and i brought them without really googling/researching the company and as soon i brought them online via credit card i put them in on google and not one good remark about the company, many people were complaining about their tickets and im scared incase we dont get the money back because we have not got alot of money, i rang them up to say i would like to cancel but it always goes through to the same guy ? and he says he is going to try and put me through but it never works ? then he said they will contact me so i can cancel my tickets but im scared it wont work and i dont know what to do incase i dont get my tickets back 🙁 please help what should i do ????

    • Lucas H says:

      August 12th, 2012 at 8:28 am

      hi i have a credit score of 760 gross income 70,000 nolate payments on anything spotless credit all requested documents have been sent the file went to underwriting 4 days ago what are the chances of an approval and how long will it take to close with goldstar financial in house underwriting.thanks for your time.
      Well its an FHA 203 k the home is 58,000 my monthly debt is around 900 to 1,000 paid faithfully every month i have no major credit cards i have a sears card paid every month i have 5,000 for closing i was told worse case scenario id need 2,275 but just to be safe i put extra aside.im just a little nervous from reading all the negative about buying a home and considering i need to close no later than Aug 1 that’s when my lease is up Monthly income is around 6,000 maybe a lil more.

    • isk8at818 says:

      August 13th, 2012 at 6:29 pm

      Getrude

      It was an average sunny Saturday morning, so average it was that no unnatural thought crossed Gertrude’s mind, as unnatural thoughts tended to do on the more overcast days (slitting her wrists and performing indecent acts with elephants only some of inexhaustible possibilities, many more absurd than others), and Gertrude rubbed some more peanut butter on her near blackened toast of white bread (which prior sat cold and damp and all alone and terrified {as last slices of bread would certainly tend to feel if permitted} in her five hundred litre oversized fridge {“Now that’s a big fridge,” her daddy would say laughing, as his man breasts would wobble like bags of jello in an earthquake”} that rattled and moaned at night worse than a two dollar hooker squashed under six hundred pounds of Bob the welder’s flabby cellulite) when a sound filled the room; a wave of constricting and dilating air molecules spread outwards from some distance in melodious sync like a million gay dancers flapping their arms in some unpronounceable Latino dance in a ball room competition, and so loud and unexpected it was that Gertrude ran to the door (almost suffocating from the near-inhaled piece of peanut butter which had a great chance of being fatal, or near fatal, as Gertrude had read some time ago on Wikipedia due to the peanut butter’s sticky properties), for a thought had struck her like lightening, a thought so certain and strong, one that it was the postman waiting by the door, in his yellow UPS uniform, and in his hands an inconspicuous cardboard box would await (one that would match an inconspicuous statement on her Visa credit card {for it had said on it: GoldStar Entertainment Inc. and nothing else, and in the lower right corner only $49.95 in blue writing, a memory of the withdrawn amount} and yet the lack of description had meant something, and bothered Gertrude slightly, it was a certain symptom of an online buyer seeking privacy and secrecy, what would she say if she was discovered?); but when Gertrude opened the door, nothing but the sickly smell of roses and little children riding bicycles brushed her pale, swollen face, and instantly all her dreams had crashed (not unlike her red sofa last September when she sat on it too fast) and she felt sad (sadness had filler her like a river of corpses flowing into the human soul mincer) and alone.
      The ‘mincer’ bit should be grinder. My mistake.

    • jdubdoubleu7704 says:

      August 14th, 2012 at 5:11 pm

      hi i have a credit score of 760 gross income 70,000 nolate payments on anything spotless credit all requested documents have been sent the file went to underwriting 4 days ago what are the chances of an approval and how long will it take to close with goldstar financial in house underwriting.thanks for your time.
      Well its an FHA 203 k the home is 58,000 my monthly debt is around 900 to 1,000 paid faithfully every month i have no major credit cards i have a sears card paid every month i have 5,000 for closing i was told worse case scenario id need 2,275 but just to be safe i put extra aside.im just a little nervous from reading all the negative about buying a home and considering i need to close no later than Aug 1 that’s when my lease is up.
      Monthly income is around 6,000 maybe a lil more.
      everything has been remodeled they just finished the second full bath added a jacuzzi and everything its beautiful new eletrical and plumbing work no cosmetic or major issues

    • fattiemanny says:

      August 26th, 2012 at 9:58 pm

      Getrude

      It was an average sunny Saturday morning, so average it was that no unnatural thought crossed Gertrude’s mind, as unnatural thoughts tended to do on the more overcast days (slitting her wrists and performing indecent acts with elephants only some of inexhaustible possibilities, many more absurd than others), and Gertrude rubbed some more peanut butter on her near blackened toast of white bread (which prior sat cold and damp and all alone and terrified {as last slices of bread would certainly tend to feel if permitted} in her five hundred litre oversized fridge {“Now that’s a big fridge,” her daddy would say laughing, as his man breasts would wobble like bags of jello in an earthquake”} that rattled and moaned at night worse than a two dollar hooker squashed under six hundred pounds of Bob the welder’s flabby cellulite) when a sound filled the room; a wave of constricting and dilating air molecules spread outwards from some distance in melodious sync like a million gay dancers flapping their arms in some unpronounceable Latino dance in a ball room competition, and so loud and unexpected it was that Gertrude ran to the door (almost suffocating from the near-inhaled piece of peanut butter which had a great chance of being fatal, or near fatal, as Gertrude had read some time ago on Wikipedia due to the peanut butter’s sticky properties), for a thought had struck her like lightening, a thought so certain and strong, one that it was the postman waiting by the door, in his yellow UPS uniform, and in his hands an inconspicuous cardboard box would await (one that would match an inconspicuous statement on her Visa credit card {for it had said on it: GoldStar Entertainment Inc. and nothing else, and in the lower right corner only $49.95 in blue writing, a memory of the withdrawn amount} and yet the lack of description had meant something, and bothered Gertrude slightly, it was a certain symptom of an online buyer seeking privacy and secrecy, what would she say if she was discovered?); but when Gertrude opened the door, nothing but the sickly smell of roses and little children riding bicycles brushed her pale, swollen face, and instantly all her dreams had crashed (not unlike her red sofa last September when she sat on it too fast) and she felt sad (sadness had filler her like a river of corpses flowing into the human soul mincer) and alone.
      The ‘mincer’ bit should be grinder. My mistake.

    • zaclo says:

      September 27th, 2012 at 1:31 pm

      Getrude

      It was an average sunny Saturday morning, so average it was that no unnatural thought crossed Gertrude’s mind, as unnatural thoughts tended to do on the more overcast days (slitting her wrists and performing indecent acts with elephants only some of inexhaustible possibilities, many more absurd than others), and Gertrude rubbed some more peanut butter on her near blackened toast of white bread (which prior sat cold and damp and all alone and terrified {as last slices of bread would certainly tend to feel if permitted} in her five hundred litre oversized fridge {“Now that’s a big fridge,” her daddy would say laughing, as his man breasts would wobble like bags of jello in an earthquake”} that rattled and moaned at night worse than a two dollar hooker squashed under six hundred pounds of Bob the welder’s flabby cellulite) when a sound filled the room; a wave of constricting and dilating air molecules spread outwards from some distance in melodious sync like a million gay dancers flapping their arms in some unpronounceable Latino dance in a ball room competition, and so loud and unexpected it was that Gertrude ran to the door (almost suffocating from the near-inhaled piece of peanut butter which had a great chance of being fatal, or near fatal, as Gertrude had read some time ago on Wikipedia due to the peanut butter’s sticky properties), for a thought had struck her like lightening, a thought so certain and strong, one that it was the postman waiting by the door, in his yellow UPS uniform, and in his hands an inconspicuous cardboard box would await (one that would match an inconspicuous statement on her Visa credit card {for it had said on it: GoldStar Entertainment Inc. and nothing else, and in the lower right corner only $49.95 in blue writing, a memory of the withdrawn amount} and yet the lack of description had meant something, and bothered Gertrude slightly, it was a certain symptom of an online buyer seeking privacy and secrecy, what would she say if she was discovered?); but when Gertrude opened the door, nothing but the sickly smell of roses and little children riding bicycles brushed her pale, swollen face, and instantly all her dreams had crashed (not unlike her red sofa last September when she sat on it too fast) and she felt sad (sadness had filler her like a river of corpses flowing into the human soul mincer) and alone.
      The ‘mincer’ bit should be grinder. My mistake.

    • tefa_96 says:

      October 6th, 2012 at 12:45 am

      hi i have a credit score of 760 gross income 70,000 nolate payments on anything spotless credit all requested documents have been sent the file went to underwriting 4 days ago what are the chances of an approval and how long will it take to close with goldstar financial in house underwriting.thanks for your time.
      Well its an FHA 203 k the home is 58,000 my monthly debt is around 900 to 1,000 paid faithfully every month i have no major credit cards i have a sears card paid every month i have 5,000 for closing i was told worse case scenario id need 2,275 but just to be safe i put extra aside.im just a little nervous from reading all the negative about buying a home and considering i need to close no later than Aug 1 that’s when my lease is up.
      Monthly income is around 6,000 maybe a lil more.
      everything has been remodeled they just finished the second full bath added a jacuzzi and everything its beautiful new eletrical and plumbing work no cosmetic or major issues

    • Scorch Delta-62 says:

      October 20th, 2012 at 4:11 pm

      I have been in a debt management program with a local credit counseling service for about 8 months. My parents have offered to co-sign a loan so I can pay off the cards. The loan with the bank is a lower interest rate than the cards and will pay them off faster with a lower payment each month. Should I pay the cards directly or go through the credit counseling service? Which is better for my credit score?

    • Sriram R says:

      October 20th, 2012 at 4:11 pm

      hi i have a credit score of 760 gross income 70,000 nolate payments on anything spotless credit all requested documents have been sent the file went to underwriting 4 days ago what are the chances of an approval and how long will it take to close with goldstar financial in house underwriting.thanks for your time.
      Well its an FHA 203 k the home is 58,000 my monthly debt is around 900 to 1,000 paid faithfully every month i have no major credit cards i have a sears card paid every month i have 5,000 for closing i was told worse case scenario id need 2,275 but just to be safe i put extra aside.im just a little nervous from reading all the negative about buying a home and considering i need to close no later than Aug 1 that’s when my lease is up Monthly income is around 6,000 maybe a lil more.

    • lucasg615 says:

      October 20th, 2012 at 4:11 pm

      Hello, I am trying to find out how to build my business credit without being attached to my personal credit score. I would like to know if anybody has information regarding what credit cards are available to do this. I would love any free information or links to sites that can tell me how to build my business credit. Thanks!!

    • Pacman says:

      October 22nd, 2012 at 4:35 am

      What impact does closing credit cards have on your credit score?
      I have a number of credits that I am not using. What impact if any would closing some of these accounts have on my credit score?

    • zigg3ns says:

      October 27th, 2012 at 10:28 pm

      I was just wondering how interest rates get lowered on credit cards? Why do some people have lower interest rates, and some have higher? I understand the whole difference between credit scores and that some people have better credit than others. But I know that every single person with a low interest rate on credit cards didn’t “call and dispute with the card company until they lower the interest rate”. So, how do they get it? Is it something the credit card companies monitor regularly and lower according to your credit improvement and such over the time? I’m 24 years old, my credit score is 750+. My cards have been allowed higher credit increases in very short times that I’ve had them, due to zealously paying them above and beyond the expect (and sometimes multiple times a month). None of the cards are charged up 1/3 of their limit..less than that. What things can I do to get lower interest rates? One has 22.24%. Not sure about the other two.
      Absolutely nothing bad on my credit…
      Actually…while it is a good practice to stay on top of what you charge on credit cards (and to immediately pay off what you owe to avoid interest)…it’s good to carry a balance from time to time. Credit cards are for that; for credit. Meaning you DON’T have the money at the time – Thus, that’s the whole point of credit. You can buy what you need now, and pay it a little later when you have the money. Though of course, you don’t charge up what you know you won’t be able to pay back, either. But good credit isn’t built without carrying a balance at some point. If you cancel out your charge each month by completely paying it off, where’s the ongoing charge for ‘credit’? It shows them you are just playing a game, trying to make your credit better, but not being able to apparently handle needing a higher credit limit (which can and does indeed affect your credit score, that I do know). So…if they see that you “pay it off instantly”, what’s the point of them upping your credit line??

    • Jerosh Nagulachandran says:

      October 27th, 2012 at 11:14 pm

      Both personal and small business credit cards would be helpful. Thanks!
      I know through personal experience that American Express DOES require a SS# when adding additional cardholders (at least for personal cards), and that Advanta does NOT require a SS# when adding additional cardholders.

      Personal experience with additional issuers would be helpful.
      Please provide specific credit card issuers. Thanks!

    • timq3dimensionscom says:

      November 2nd, 2012 at 3:57 am

      I am a college student and I want a credit card or two to help start building my credit. What credit cards can I apply for with no credit history?

    • timq3dimensionscom says:

      November 12th, 2012 at 6:10 am

      This was the original story http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,… – note- NO ISRAELI (or even Western) REPORTER ACTUALLY OBSERVED THESE CLAIMS
      Now a little investigative journalism http://wonkroom.thinkprogress.org/2011/0…
      So is there any confirmation? Or is this like the original claim that a Palestinian organization took credit, now revealed to be false. However it should be noted the IDF never made such a claim, but never refuted it when it was posted as an “unverified report”. (I believe it was the janitor at yNet after a dozen Goldstars and a few rounds of arak- since it’s “unverified” how can anybody refute MY claim?)
      @kro kro, so in other words you don’t have confirmation, if you come across some please let me know. I think it would be at the very least in extremely bad taste if not downright disgusting if it turns out this story is inaccurate – especially if some reporters knew it to be at the very least extremely exaggerated or at most a fabrication to polictcally gain at the expense of this poor family. I truly want to know which is the case here.
      @mitch, yes I know there are some sick people out there http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/685792.stm However I’m trying to see if this one’s true. Again you’re showing pictures that we already know. One man handing out sweets. We don’t see jubilant crowds, we don’t see dancing in the streests, we don’t even have any idea when this was precisely taken “Candies in Rafah — celebrating the mission in Nablus.” is all we have to go by. Odd considering the IDF is concentrating on Awarta but Nablus is nearby, perhaps they couldn’t find one with Awarta in the caption. The men taking the sweets don’t even look happy.
      @YK Cherson ” YNet reports the reaction of Palestinian residents of Rafah” there still rehashings of the original story, not confirmation.

      I apologize about the links. In truncating the link, Yahoo! inadvertently screwed it up.
      Please try these I urge people to read them.
      http://wonkroom.thinkprogress......eli-right/
      http://www.ynetnews.com/articl.....06,00.html

      @punk rock, would you not agree that if this story is not true, that it is reprehensible and frankly disgusting somebody would imply it to further their own political agenda? This is why I wish to see if it is true.

    • NC Baller says:

      November 19th, 2012 at 10:13 am

      This was the original story http://www.ynetnews.com/articl.....06,00.html – note- NO ISRAELI (or even Western) REPORTER ACTUALLY OBSERVED THESE CLAIMS
      Now a little investigative journalism http://wonkroom.thinkprogress......eli-right/
      So is there any confirmation? Or is this like the original claim that a Palestinian organization took credit, now revealed to be false. However it should be noted the IDF never made such a claim, but never refuted it when it was posted as an “unverified report”. (I believe it was the janitor at yNet after a dozen Goldstars and a few rounds of arak- since it’s “unverified” how can anybody refute MY claim?)

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