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Default Verizon security deposit!!

Exactly how much do they ask for??
 
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What are you on about?
 
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Nothing if your credit is worth a damn.
 
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This is not a common question, if your a fairly new customer, it all depends on your credit score rating, so there's no general answer to this question...

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Up to 1000 bucks. Nothing if your credit is good, though

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Up to 1000 bucks. Nothing if your credit is good, though

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I believe they changed it to a max of $400. IF you can tell me your FICO score, I can tell you if you should expect a deposit or not.
 
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Excellent-Good - None

Good(lower)-Fair - 125$

Fair-Poor - 400$

Can't give specifics on the method on how its rated. It depends on FICO and the number of requests you've made for credit in the past year.
 
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Just got approved for two lines with no deposit.

Also no deposit with Sprint and T-mobile.

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