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3 month app spree - Success

Since I had only 3 cards before the app spree and no HP, I decided why not.

 

Barclays Financing - $2,100

Barclays AVG - $2,500

Capital One Quicksilver - $1,500

Chase Freedom - $2,000

BoA Privlilege - $4,200

Amazon Card - $900

 

Capital One Auto Loan - $46,813

Not to shabby for a 21 yr old :smileywink:

 

Credit Slighlty dipped, I guess cause the age of accounts lowered.

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Re: 3 month app spree - Success

Nice, enjoy :smileyhappy:


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Re: 3 month app spree - Success

Congrats! And 2 Barclays in the spree as well! :smileyhappy:
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Congrats! Thanks for sharing.

 

 

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Giovanni20 wrote:

Since I had only 3 cards before the app spree and no HP, I decided why not.

 

Barclays Financing - $2,100

Barclays AVG - $2,500

Capital One Quicksilver - $1,500

Chase Freedom - $2,000

BoA Privlilege - $4,200

Amazon Card - $900

 

Capital One Auto Loan - $46,813

Not to shabby for a 21 yr old :smileywink:

 

Credit Slighlty dipped, I guess cause the age of accounts lowered.



Giovanni20 wrote:

Since I had only 3 cards before the app spree and no HP, I decided why not.

 

Barclays Financing - $2,100

Barclays AVG - $2,500

Capital One Quicksilver - $1,500

Chase Freedom - $2,000

BoA Privlilege - $4,200

Amazon Card - $900

 

Capital One Auto Loan - $46,813

Not to shabby for a 21 yr old :smileywink:

 

Credit Slighlty dipped, I guess cause the age of accounts lowered.


Congrats! ...but how did you get a Capital One auto loan for over $30K, was it the Blank Check program?

Nice!!!  :smileyhappy:

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Re: 3 month app spree - Success

congrats

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Re: 3 month app spree - Success

I gotta ask what kind of car did you get?

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Re: 3 month app spree - Success

Congrats!


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Re: 3 month app spree - Success

Congrats on the approvals!


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Re: 3 month app spree - Success


Giovanni20 wrote:

Since I had only 3 cards before the app spree and no HP, I decided why not.

 

Barclays Financing - $2,100

Barclays AVG - $2,500

Capital One Quicksilver - $1,500

Chase Freedom - $2,000

BoA Privlilege - $4,200

Amazon Card - $900

 

Capital One Auto Loan - $46,813

Not to shabby for a 21 yr old :smileywink:

 

Credit Slighlty dipped, I guess cause the age of accounts lowered.


Congrats on your success :smileyhappy:

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