03-14-2013 10:51 AM
Just approved for the NFCU nRewards card at $500. I have three other cards, but none are reporting yet, so as far as NFCU knows, they are the first to extend credit to me. My discharge still isn't a month old until tomorrow.
Congrats on the approval! I know you were hoping for more but just remember NFCU will grow with us! Seems like every three months is a good spot to ask for a CLI! Congrats again, I know the feeling!
03-18-2013 11:33 AM
Any gas cards friendly? What are the requirements?
03-18-2013 11:49 AM
03-18-2013 12:37 PM
Unfortunately, there are none of those in my area.
03-18-2013 05:38 PM - edited 03-18-2013 05:51 PM
i was declined for a secured card.... omg... this is frustrating...looking at all of the others...
03-22-2013 07:03 PM
I've been lurking in these forums for months and finally decided to post!
Anyway - my husband and I filed Chapter 7 BK on 1/30/13, had creditor meeting 3/8/13 and I was approved for Capital One card on 3/11/13 for $300. We both have secured credit cards through our bank (Armed Forces Bank/Academy Bank) for $300, approved on 3/12/13. My credit scores are Experian - 630, Equifax - 529, Transunion - 529. I am awaiting discharge and formal paperwork so I can start the tedious process of correcting numerous things on my credit reports as some are not even being listed as included in the BK.
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