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DW two for two...

She applied for BofA's 123 card, and Chase Slate this morning...

 

BofA approved for $2,500.  Chase Slate approved for $7,500.

 

Woot!

 

(Her third app will be with her local credit union which does NOT offer an instant response...gotta fill out the app and send it in...)



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Congrats to DW! Thanks for sharing.

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congrats


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Congrats on the cards and the new home 

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THREE for THREE!

 

Haven't heard back from the credit union yet, but logging into her checking account, her $5,000 Mastercard account is listed!

 

Woot!



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Oops.  I meant, FOUR for FOUR!

 

(I forgot that she applied for a Lowe's card too.) Instant approval for $1,500, but a phone call turned that into $6,500.

 

$7,500 Chase.

$6,500 Lowes.

$5,000 Credit Union

$2,500 Bank of America 123.

 

That's $21,500 in new credit in four days.

 

Don't worry...I'm going to go lock her into the garden until summertime!  :smileyhappy:



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tcbofade wrote:

Oops.  I meant, FOUR for FOUR!

 

(I forgot that she applied for a Lowe's card too.) Instant approval for $1,500, but a phone call turned that into $6,500.

 

$7,500 Chase.

$6,500 Lowes.

$5,000 Credit Union

$2,500 Bank of America 123.

 

That's $21,500 in new credit in four days.

 

Don't worry...I'm going to go lock her into the garden until summertime!  :smileyhappy:


Lol Congrats to the DW

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Five for five...

 

Discover said, "Yes" too.

 

Don't know CL yet...



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Congrats x2 to your DW!

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