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Credit One Denial

Hello Folks,

 

I visited a website early morning today, I saw an add for prequalification from Credit One and just by curiosity; I clicked on the add and entered my personal information and got an instant denial based on the information bellow.

 

I am shocked, even if they approve me! I would not take their offer. I was approved for Barclaycard Rewards Card a Month ago and my score has improved since then, what's going on..any idea?

 

 

Your credit score: 748
Date: 01/16/2014
Scores range from a low of 350 to a high of 850

Key factors that adversely affected your credit score:

  • Delinquency reported on accounts
  • Ratio of loan balances to credit limits too high
  • Insufficient time since most recent account opened
  • Too many recent inquiries
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Re: Credit One Denial

You are better off without credit one! It's better cards out there

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Re: Credit One Denial

+1 dont even call them hahha 

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Re: Credit One Denial

No loss and in fact you're better off without them.


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Wade64 wrote:

You are better off without credit one! It's better cards out there


+1

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CreditMagic7 wrote:
No loss and in fact you're better off without them.


+ a trillion!


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Why were you even trying for a Creditone card?
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B335is wrote:
Why were you even trying for a Creditone card?

I was reading some contents out of a website, an add popped-up on my screen asking me I want to see if I can get prequalified for one of their credit cards without getting a hard inquiry; I said why not I don't have nothing to lose.

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B335is wrote:
Why were you even trying for a Creditone card?

+1 Looking at your CS, CreditOne should be a card to avoid with a strong passion. No benefits whatsoever in your case as it's an credit rebuilder card.

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Re: Credit One Denial

You have something to feel good about, Credit One denies most folks with really GOOD credit.

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