12-05-2013 10:24 AM - edited 12-05-2013 10:36 AM
12-05-2013 10:47 AM
Thanks coldnmn. Forgot to include my credit score. Not sure exactly what it is now but when I received my credit score from Wells Fargo after I was approved for one of their cards about two weeks ago. I believe it was either 770 something or 780 something....can't remember for sure. I did have inquiries fall off my report last weekend but still had a number of inquiries from 2013, more than 6 or 7 for sure.
12-05-2013 10:56 AM
Originally applied two weeks ago but received a letter that my EQ file couldn't be pulled. Decided to do second temporary lift and applied last night, only to receive 7-10 day message. Called moments ago, transferred to credit analyst who wanted to verify my identify. After verification then came congratulations you have been approved, you will receive card in 7-10 business days. I asked if I had to wait for card to receive limit and APR, she confirmed I do. I swear the conversation was like ordering at a fast food restaurant. How many of these apps are they approving each day??? I was waiting for the analyst to say 'may I help the next person'. Update: I just called back to inquire about the credit limit and the agent said I was approved for $20,000. So basically what everyone else has been getting approved for.
Congrats very nice
12-05-2013 04:04 PM
12-05-2013 06:22 PM
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