07-06-2013 07:48 PM
07-07-2013 07:13 AM
Asking for a friend thats at her 1year mark...due for app spree how many apps will be considered excessive? Post Bk she has obtained 30k auto finanacing with capital one (6months old) , 2500 secured card, 400 credit one and 1000 Installment. Scores vary at very low 600-620. And whom should she apply? Thanks in advance.
What does her TU report look like in terms of score, and inquiries? Is she a member of any credit union?
I think she has a good chance of getting at least three new cards. Barclays, another capitalone card (tripple pull) and a GE card. If she lives near a walmart, the walmart card could be a great option for GE otherwise, paypal or a store card could work as well.
07-07-2013 07:07 PM
07-08-2013 01:29 PM
Shols, 6 inquiries on TU four from 2012, two as of this year.... Five inquries on EX and EQ ....TU score 626, member of a local CU. discover has alrady given her an invitation to apply beleive its a difference between pre-approved and invite. If she goes with barclays card i know they are inq sensitive in which order shoukd she apply and whats the cooling off peorid? Thanks in advance.
My first thought is to say wait. Barclays and GE are both TU pullers. Can she wait until the 2012 inquiries hit 12 months? At that point, they won't count towards fico scoring and should give a 10-20 pt bump. I think GE will approve but Barclays will require recon. It seems like a lot of INQs spread across CBs as well. Discover will pull EQ so even that is somewhat shaky. If it was me, I'd likely go with barclays and GE together as long as I've had 6 mos reporting and wait a bit longer for EQ to develop before discover.
Any idea how long current lines have reported? I'm a bit gun shy on her because I know Barclays will likely complain. One more thing, is she ballin income wise?
07-08-2013 06:38 PM
07-08-2013 07:42 PM - edited 07-08-2013 07:43 PM
I had to recon my both my barclays cards. It took some selling but I had only 1 INQ the first time and 2 the 2nd time. I think its possible but likely will need to recon instantly and be prepared to work the analyst. Best bet is to wait a bit and let some inqs fade and get a score bump.
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