12-29-2012 04:39 PM
maiden-girl is look like my husband b4. When we aapply for capital one is 1 year ago. his credit score is 716, 2 year Crap 1 customer making 60K for year his AAOA 1 years 3 months. No baddie. they Pull all 3 and turn him down. They said short credit history........
12-30-2012 06:13 AM
It makes me wonder if capital one just approves people with not so great credit. When they approved me my fico was 678 my wife's fico was 680 we were both out of bankruptcy by then.
12-30-2012 09:42 AM
12-30-2012 07:26 PM
at that time. his credit limit is 18K , available credit 16K5. Income 60K/year. No baddie,clean report. They turn him down, we went to dealer and got approved 4.5 APR. yuck we never deal with Crap 1 no more
01-01-2013 09:17 AM
I apped with them in October, and was declined immediately. They seem to hold a grudge if you burn them, which I did on a CC years ago. I went to a dealer and was approved right away with an EX auto-enhanced of 687.
01-01-2013 10:26 AM
01-01-2013 12:01 PM
Capital One I would said is one of the easier banks to get in with, I was turned down by many banks (including capital one) but eventually got an approval from them (blank check)
01-04-2013 08:17 PM
Sorry for the late response. I have unsecured Orchard 2.5 years ontime payment, secured Cap1 for 9 months paid ontime, just got approved for Target, Walmart and secured Wells Fargocc. Eq. 615, Exp. 585, TU 595. I have 30 inquiries.??
01-05-2013 07:29 AM
01-05-2013 08:29 AM
I haven't had an auto loan in my name since 2005 and was repo, the repo is no longer on my report. Ever since than I haven't applied for any auto loan. I reading alot about Roadloans about success stories so I went online to apply, haven't got a response yet but if approved I'm considering it, even though my interest rate will be high, I have to bit the bullet and refinance once with Cap1 once I re-establish and some of the inquiries fall off. Thanks for the advice, I appreciate it.
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